It’s easy with a camera drone. Drones are small flying objects with multiple rotors. The manoeuvrable aircraft, also called multicopter, can hover on the spot, climb two to five meters per second and reach speeds of up to 70 kilometers per hour. Similar to a model airplane, you can control the drone from the ground with a special remote control. The range between you and the drone is limited, with an average of up to five kilometers. The on-board camera proves to be handy for directing the drone. However, for safety reasons you always have to keep an eye on the aircraft.
The Camera Quality Must Be Correct
Whether the purchase is worthwhile, stands and falls with the quality of the recordings. The drone camera should record at least with full HD resolution. Top models have a liquid resolution with a frame rate of 30 to 60 frames per second. You can also film with good 360-degree recordings and detailed slow-motion videos. To prevent videos from shaking, a sophisticated image stabilization is immensely important.
Only Navi Drones Are Recommended
What do you use for sharp photos and impressive slow motion videos if you can’t keep the aircraft stable in the air and maneuver safely? The flight characteristics determine whether the drone can be easily controlled and still remain in the air with a little wind. Models without satellite support are not recommended because you have to manually control them and correct the position in the air over and over again. This is annoying and especially difficult for beginners. On the other hand, if you have a GPS-navi on board, you hardly have to post taxes. Even with wind, the drone keeps its position.