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Thinking to purchase a drone with camera
#1

Would like to consult with you, guys.
thinking to purchase a Drone with Camera in Europe.
Decided to make a notion of the market on the best e-stores in Europe.
Found rckane.cz - their great number of Drones impressed me.
What do you think of this e-store? Alternatives please?
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#2

Taking the advantage of the opportunity can recommend Yuneec Mantis QX Pack Lite Drone. It is much better.
I would like to mention that rckane.cz is a nice option for ordering different drones at good rates. They are EU-based.
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#3

If you want a camera drone then DJI is the best company for that drone.

DJI’s Mavic Pro changed what was possible with the best camera drones back in 2016, making it possible to fold and carry a decent-quality lens without being overly heavy or bulky. It could capture 4K (at a maximum of 24fps) and introduced a handy fold-out controller that seemed to have more in common with a PlayStation than bulky radio controllers from their hobby era.

By 2020 the folding Mavic series is split into four. From cheapest to most expensive that’s the Mavic Mini, Mavic Air 2, Mavic 2 Zoom & Mavic 2 Pro. The final two have identical airframes but radically different camera units. The Zoom is our favorite because it features a 2x optical zoom lens (with an effective focal length range of 24-48mm). This gives real creative options in terms of lens compression. This is highlighted by the drone’s unique feature, the Dolly Zoom quickshot, in which the aircraft simulates the Hitchcock classic camera move.

There is a price to pay though; the zoom sits infront of a 1/2.3” 12-megapixel camera which tops out at 3,200 ISO. Even at launch this was a little disappointing, though 4K video at up to 30fps and 100mbps are great quality, and DJI’s app provides a great balance of functionality and power. The only real complaint about the Mavic 2 is the lack of 60fps at 4K, and the fact the side sensors don’t really do much except give a false sense of security.
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