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    • DJI just slaughtered GoPro with Mavic
      Both are great and will do fine. The karma puts gopro at DJIs level. We can probably say that it will be a battle between size, ease of flight and use against stability and quality. The problem is I don't see these drones as complementary, it will be an either or decision for buyers. Unexperienced drone users will go for the mavic with it's safety features, I'm sure of that.
    • Any Vloggers? The Canon M5
      Because most of them are sitting in more or less in one spot in front of the camera. You don't need the camera focussing on what is behind you when you move a bit.
    • DJI just slaughtered GoPro with Mavic
      Don't think DJI slaughtered anyone, they're feeling the heat from all directions with all the cheaper Chinese competitors - just like GoPro. Personally, I'm more interested in the GoPro setup because the camera is more versatile, can't put the DJI on my paddlebaord, kayak, mountain bike and so on. The Hero5 Black is $400 by itself. The $1100 package includes the 5, the drone, the live view controller and the handle for a handheld gimbal. But I also prefer the GoPro look to the DJI look.
    • The 4K Fuji X-T2 is here
      literally all the fuji xt2 footage I've seen has that stuttering motion like it drops a random frame ever so often. Definitely stopped me from picking one up for myself
    • Is this pro shot interview as terrible as I think?
      Only lasted a few seconds and switched off. Abysmal. You want to see some of the rubbish that passes for Professional Wedding Videography in the UK. Yet many have hundreds of clients and have to turn people away. They charge £650 to £750 and you would be just as well off using the footage from the CCTV. Everything on sticks, except a few slider shots of flowers and champagne glasses, no emotion, no storyline, crap music, yet they are raking in £35k a year.  I can't even get a gig for free.