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Hands-on: Skydio's R1 Sports Drone Gets Apple Watch Control
You may remember the Skydio R1 drone from my review I did this past spring. It's the crazy drone that has 13 cameras on it that follows you non-stop ...
Pro Sports Teams Gain Advantages Through VR and Drones
Every professional sports team looks to gain advantage over opponents. Take the Seattle Sounders FC. This Major League Soccer team has invested ...
DJI institutes no-fly zones around sports arenas as the Olympics open in South Korea
The 2018 Winter Olympics officially kick off with Friday's Opening Ceremony in Pyeongchang, South Korea. The temptation to fly a shiny new drone over the action will no doubt be great for amateur filmmakers and photographers in the immediately area, but DJI's working to put the kibosh on things by ...
Weekend sales feature sports gear, candles, organic cotton & drones
Best Buy is offering 20 Days of Doorbusters through Dec. 20. Past deals have included $200 off a Macbook Pro and 50% off a Dyson vacuum. Friday's deal is a DJI Mavic Pro Drone with remote controller for $899.99. Also thrown in to sweeten the deal: a $100 Best Buy gift card and $20 from Shutterfly.
AirDog II – Sports Drone Startup Returns to a Tougher Market
The infamous rise and fall of Lily was just a speck on the horizon; Hexo+ was flying off the shelves and DJI's Phantom 2 iterations were taking the ...
AirDog's ADII 'follow me' drone doubles down on action sports
With ADII, the goal is to have you embrace being in the moment without worrying about your drone. DJI tried to do this with Spark, but it's more of an ...
Osmo X5R on front end of sports car. 4K Raw
Not a fan of suction cup mounts because of the vibrations they introduced when attached on surface body of vehicles. I therefore hardmounted the Osmo Raw on the tow hook of my vehicle, inverted, so it dangles inches from the road. The results came out stellar! Shot with the new SLR Magic 8mm lens. Enjoy!
180 degree shutter rule valid for sports?
I understand the 180 shutter rule but can't find any answers as to whether it is still applicable to sports (faster movements), such as water skiing. It's likely I would want to shoot at 60fps to get a crisper image so should set the shutter to 120? Is that likely to give a crisper image without judder or should I go to 240?Obviously I need to experiment as it is partly down to taste, but some pointers would be helpful

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