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KeithnRita

Drone video over Mahogany Bay, Belize and Cozumel

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Lovely pictures but I'm a bit surprised that drones are allowed to be used on or near ships. I certainly wouldn't want one buzzing around anywhere near me.

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The video quality is incredible. Up until last weekend I'd always viewed drones as a bit of a pain and something I would never be interested in. That was until I went to a wedding on Saturday and a friend of mine had a DJI phantom 4 Drone with him that he used for photography purposes. It was amazing! The photo and video quality was 4K perfect despite it being particularly windy on the day. He captured some great footage for the bride and groom. I was so impressed by what it could produce and the stability of it in the wind that it actually made me consider buying one, then I saw the price and at £1162 it'll need to wait a bit longer!

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I agree Sammy superb clarity although the price tag as you say is a little steep, give it another couple of years and it will probably half or even less, the only problem then will be drone crashes with everybody taking o the skies for the ultimate picture

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I would be very surprised if they are allowed to fly over US ports. One of our tablemates brought his however his camera was not working so he did not fly it. He said he did not find any regulations against flying them in these foreign ports. 


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