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Discussion in 'Photos and Videos' started by Glen, Jul 5, 2015.

  1. Glen

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    Wanted to test the still pictures with my Inspire 1 Jpeg+Raw - Happy with the results. "Dover Castle" Where I was born, with the church in the background I was Christened in. (Shame it was an overcast sky)

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  2. amkorp

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    you were born in a castle? are you royalty?

    Very nice photo!
     
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    Great location and shot !
     
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    Cracking photo Glen, was there a few years ago;)
     
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    I see many posts here wondering what the X5 cam is like in regard to photography. I took some stills yesterday with then x5 standard 15mm lens and again with the 14-42. I then took an image with the Canon Mark 3 5D with a 24-70 lens. I know there are a lot of people that have spent fortune for a drone that will carry a mark 3 to give what they call better images for commercial use. I would be interested to know what others say. Here they are. DJI 14-42.jpg DJI_15mm.jpg
     

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  6. unyks

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    Dennis, with some lense corrections all are good. I think that 90% of the customers (based on many experiences) won't see which camera made which picture.

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    Yes, I wasn't really worried about the actual pics, just the difference in the quality.
     
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    The 5D image has impact and depth that the others simply don't.
    The 14-42 has obviously less resolution than the 15MM - which has done a respectable job considering the camera.
    Resolution of the 24/70 simply blows the other two out of the water.