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Old 01-09-2019, 08:41 PM   #22
DeanS1958
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Originally Posted by Grewup on the CW View Post
Im option D, none of the above.
For me, most drone shots are too high thus offering less detail in a broader area. For those shots at a more appealing elevation a drone proves practical for those not attainable on foot. I have limited time and resources which limits my adventures to get that "perfect drone shot" so unless I'm gifted a drone my nickels and dimes will be saved for more gear for my current camera.
I think this thread has meandered away from the original topic BUT chiming in on the drone thing..... I have a drone and I've gotten a few shots with from a perspective that I couldn't get with my camera. Being relatively new to the hobby, I still find the challenges of using a camera much more gratifying than any shots I've ever gotten with my drone. It was fun at first but after the "newness" wore off, I rarely even get the thing out.
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