Air photography has evolved rapidly over the last 3 years. If you've followed this trend and bought a droning camera, you're about to have fun. But after spending some time with the wreckage you will understand that they do not look like the wonderful pictures you saw on Instagram. Do not be surprised because many of these photos are probably taken with some extra accessories. All photographers depend on additional accessories to make their lives easier and to make their photography and video footage a step further. Be confident that you can do it too. Listed below are among the most useful tweezers accessories I've been able to use and test. These accessories help you improve your overall vibrant experience, improving video quality, flying and safety.
1) Additional propellers and propellers: Propellers (known as fans or blades) are the most fragile part of a drow. You should always have an additional spin with you when you go out to fly with your draw. If you crash, your propellers are the first pieces to break. I have enough experience with thrusters and I have over 20 different drones. But even I initially collapsed when I first got DJI Phantom 2. There's another story in the guise. They are not necessary, but they are useful if you are flying indoors or moving in confined spaces. Over the past six months I've been using propellers only once or twice, but most people use them every day. If you hit the thrusters often and break a lot of propellers, then you will definitely have a guard.
2) Additional Battery: Draw technology has gone a long way in the last few years. The latest DJI Phantom 4 Pro offers 30 minutes of flight time according to its website. For most non-commercial pilots, this will never be enough. Given the time spent in flight and landing, you will have 20 minutes to record footage. So make sure you have purchased an extra battery pack or even more to get a reliable backup when you want. If you own a Phantom 4 Pro, you may want to upgrade to a fast battery charger rather than the one that comes with the package. It will charge the P4 Pro battery for 40 minutes instead of 65 minutes for the regular charger.
3) Additional battery charger: Additional battery power provides much longer flight time, however they need to be charged. Once you have 2 or more batteries and each battery requires sixty minutes to charge, the standby time can quickly increase to hours, with the extra batteries set to idle. So it's best to buy an extra charger or better yet, you may want to get a multi-charger that allows you to charge the batteries at the same time.
4) Car charger: away from the trip and also the only source of electricity you have can be the battery of the car. That's why it's important to get a car charger for your draw. So if you have 1, 2 or maybe 3 electric batteries, even when you're on the road, you'll probably use all of your juices at power at a certain time, so what you're definitely needing is the ability to charging a battery when you are not near the power point
5) Tablet or iPad: Controlling the worm while processing it together with online video power from the smartphone becomes awkward, to put it mildly. The display is too small to be able to clearly distinguish what's going on there. So better buy a reliable tablet computer that has a display large enough to provide a reliable video power supply. Apple iPad, Samsung Galaxy Tablet or some other equivalent tablets with enough processor speed are usually great options based on your budget
6) ND Filter: To control the amount of light, lens and management to small shakes, while increasing motion blurring, obtaining an ND filter is an intelligent choice. ND filters are really mandatory, in my opinion they make the Phantom video look more cinematic and they are great because they do not increase the weight of the jamballa of your drop. The new Gimbal of the P4 Pro is extremely lightweight and fragile, and I will also wait to include any weight in the front of the camera lens. GPS tracking device: areas such as mountains or the sea will be very difficult to find your draw if you ever crash it. A dull GPS tracker attached to the legs of your draw can be useful when you go on a mission to rescue your draw. Using the GPS tracking application on your smartphone, you will be able to find your scratches on your smartphone's maps up to 2 meters
8) Storage: be practical when you do not have enough space to save the frames you record. The standard 16GB micro SD card included in the DJI Phantom 4 pro can store about 50 minutes of video material. Think of buying a 64 GB micro SD card if you do not want to transfer the videos to your computer after every 2 flights
9) Travel bag or travel case: If you plan to pick up the drones during your trips, camping, cycling or traveling on the road, you will realize that the standard package that comes with the drones will not last very long and is not comfortable to wear together, at least. To get a more comfortable and safe solution, take a specifically designed tripod trap or travel suitcase; you will find many available options. In my opinion, a hard shell backpack is the most functional and stable backpack of value.
Photographic and video tools always depend on accessories and also on drones. You should consider the cost of accessories if you're trying to shoot amazing videos with a draw