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  1. I'm not sure he would have been flying a drone when Helicopters are in the air, so probably a long lens and, maybe a video frame capture. My RX10 mk4 produces some acceptable video caps.
  2. It might be worth searching the forum for 'drone', I seem to remember that there's been some good 'user' advice in the last year or so. The Sony RX100 series has been fitted with good quality zoom lenses but the review that Marianne has posted isn't that complimentary about the 28mm equiv. lens that Hasselblad have fitted to this one. Here's one post, but there's more, try searching for Mavic also. https://discussion.alamy.com/topic/12467-dji-mavic-pro-2-with-a-1”-cmos-equipped-hassilblad/?tab=comments#comment-231908 This one's better but dates from 2018:
  3. I looked at the drone guidelines that Wim posted. What you need for consistently acceptable drone shots is a drone that can carry at least a Micro 4/3rds camera or the one drone with a built in camera that Alamy mentioned.
  4. Gordon, I cannot remember where or when, but I am pretty sure that Alamy said the Mavic Air 2 was not acceptable. I bought one myself just for recreation, knowing that I could not possibly supply Alamy. Part of Alamy's post said 'drone sensors are getting there but not yet'. Sorry I can't be more specific, I don't really have the time to search for it.
  5. Hi Are drone still images acceptable for uploading to Alamy? Mavic 2 Pro: 1" sensor
  6. What drones are acceptable to upload still images to Alamy. I have looked at the Alamy info re drones but it is a long time out of date its basically saying DSLR or DJI inspire but things have changed a lot since the alamy info was posted. Is anyone getting images from the DJI Mavic Pro and/or mavic pro 2, or Mavic Zoom Drones accepted by Alamy. I don't need replies re the law or qualifications to do this, just drone camera quality. I have searched alamy forum but can't find anything within the last two years on this. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Many thanks Paul
  7. Ditto, and that's why I've decided not to go down this route. By the time I've bought a drone with either the carrying capacity for a decent camera (or a built in sensor of acceptable quality), plus paid to get my CAA qualifications, it's unlikely I'll cover the costs in commercial fees and stock sales in a reasonable space of time.
  8. Anyone tried mounting a DSLR to a drone? Can you get acceptable results from still pictures or is it only really useful for video? Alan
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