The drones have amazing stabilization (at least the one I was using - or rather, partook in using). I mean, when shooting, it is suspended high up in the air, where the minute movements are unavoidable - and wind gusts too - but it returned 100% sharp shots at the exposures of 1/25 seconds. A remarkable amount of detail as well - that drone's 12 megapixels were miles above the mush that my supposedly 12 megapixel smartphone camera is returning, and way better than any "digicam" I've ever used - it looked more like SLR quality. To top it all of, we were shooting at dusk. It's a pity I would suck at piloting - I can totally see why the drone photography is all the rage now.
Earth rotation limiting stabilisation to 6.5 f stops
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