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UnloosedCake

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Anyone into drones / drone photography? I just picked up my first one, a DJI Phantom 3 Standard (the old model that nobody really sells any more) and I love it. I wish it could do 60 fps, but I'm totally content with only 2.7k, as it's amazing quality photo and video. 

 

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nickx91

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I am too planning to buy it but I would first learn the basics about drone photography. Any help for llinks would be appreciated


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BHowett

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I really want to get one.... I have a few YouTube friends that use them, ill have to ask what they are using but the video and pictures are awesome!!!


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