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Buying a drone with camera.

Ways to use your drone camera.
Drones are fun. For many, that’s reason enough to get one. Others find the lure of owning the latest technology irresistible. But when you factor in the photography and video possibilities, there are many other potential benefits to owning one. First, a drone camera can enhance the way you do business. If you’re a realtor, a photography drone offers you a noteworthy way to showcase your properties with an overhead view.

If you farm, you might use a drone to help you monitor your property and operations, and to get useful data on your crops. If you’re a photographer, a small drone with camera could give you the edge you need to beat out your competition for wedding or event photography jobs. Beyond business considerations, a mini drone with camera can help your posts stand out on social media.

Picking the best drone with camera for you.
The best drone with camera and video capability for you isn’t automatically the most expensive model available. Drone prices range from under $50 to several thousand dollars. A good place to start your search is by determining the performance specs you want in the camera and which drone features and capabilities are important to you. A drone with GPS is better-equipped to hold a solid hover, and return-to-home is a useful, GPS-enabled feature. Plus, if your drone crashes, you can use GPS coordinates to help find it — something that can happen to even the most safety-minded flyers. For that reason, you may want to keep replacement drone propellers and parts at hand to minimize any down time if something breaks.

Accessories for your drone camera.
To be sure, you don’t want to lose any of the fruits of your drone’s flight recordings, so it might be a good idea to have microSD cards with you for plenty of storage. You can choose an app-controlled drone if you’re interested in having access to advanced in-flight features and aren’t concerned with the shorter range that goes along with using Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. Regardless of which drone you select, you’ll want to consider getting a drone case to protect it against moisture, dust and impact damage.

Photography drone: 4K vs. HD.
If you’re looking for a fly camera to capture jaw-dropping aerial footage and photos, or just want to chronicle your adventures in a way you can be proud to show on the big screen, you likely want a 4K drone. 4K provides spectacular, 8-million-pixel quality resolution, which contributes a whopping four times more nuance and detail than you get from 1080p Full HD. With 4K, there is usually less noise — grainy or uneven spots. It’s also outstanding at rendering highlights and shadows, and it delivers superior results in low light. On the other hand, a drone with HD camera provides media that is easier to edit, still looks remarkable when viewed on a mobile or 1080p screen, and is generally easier to download to social media sites.

With an HD camera drone, 4K camera drone or other drone camera, you can add a professional-quality edge to your projects by using drone lens filters to fine-tune your results and video editing software to incorporate specialty effects, multi-camera editing, image stabilization and more to fulfill your creative vision.