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Home > How To > An EXPERT guide to drone cameras: Choose your rye in the sky
An EXPERT guide to drone cameras: Choose your rye in the sky

An EXPERT guide to drone cameras: Choose your rye in the sky

By  GB Blog Official 2018-07-03 801 1

Want the ultimate in aerial photography? Then we can help you with our special guide on drone cameras.

When choosing yours, sometimes people tend to forget that the most expensive ones are not necessarily the best.

Consider the following points before making your purchase.

1. Types of Photographs

The kinds of photography you want to take (still image, dynamic image, etc) determines which drone is the right one for you. Different kinds of photographs require different camera properties.

For instance, if you want to shoot photos or videos for the professional outdoor activities, such as sailing, racing, horse racing or skiing, you may need a digital single lens reflex camera which will allow you to focus and shoot in less than 0.2 seconds.

What's more, if you just want to take some aerial photographs for hobby and interest, an action camera will be a good option for you to choose.


2. Quality of the images

The image quality is another factor that we need to take into consideration. Of course, a high pixel count camera is good for high-definition photos and videos.

Professional aerial photography requires your drone to be equipped the ability to take high definition images.

On the contrary, if you are just shooting for interest, we would like to suggest you buy a common one with less features.

3. Level of technical ability

No matter how advanced the camera performance, it counts for nothing if you don't know how to operate it well.

Similarly, if you don't have sufficient RC flying skill, you will have a higher chance of crashing the drone and damaging it – along with the camera.

Choose the camera based on your own skill level.


4. Price and affordability

It is an undeniable fact that price is always a consideration when you are making a purchase.

Choosing one camera that is high quality and is available at a low price is the best possible option.

However, the price is often inconsistent with its quality. Here we highly recommend you balance the quality and affordability before purchasing.

Conclusion

Before you choose the right camera to your drone, please considering the above tips step by step. Well, are you eager to take aerial photographs with your beloved drone after reading this chapter?

Come on! Start shooting some amazing photos and videos!

Tips: If you're a beginner and looking for a practice drone to get experience with, we would highly recommend the Hubsan H109S X4 PRO. It comes equipped with a 1080P HD camera for better images and details.

Furthermore, it's also equipped with multiple functions, such as GPS mode, one key take-off/landing, automatic return and land, etc. In short, it is an obvious choice for aspiring drone pilots who need a good camera.


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 How to avoid drone flying away
 3 factors that affect your drone flight time

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