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Real estate video techniques

Discussion in 'Real Estate' started by greytail, Apr 25, 2016.

  1. greytail

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    What are your thoughts on a real estate agent that wants photos taken from 400 feet? The agent presumes a phantom 3 with camera, but is this really necessary with an inspire pro? I just tried 200 feet with a 12mm Olympus lens and this seems more than adequate to get not only the property in the center of the frame and the horizon beyond it. Agent wants picture taken from four corners (of the property), each at 400 feet. With a phantom 3 camera and even with a Inspire pro camera system, there is no ability to crop without loss of resolution
     
  2. marg2

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    how big is the property?
     
  3. greytail

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    300 acres
     
  4. DennisR

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    I presume you are licensed to do commercial work and as such, I would go up and take his 400 ft photos and then I would go to a level you think is the best and take some more. at 400 feet, you would have to put arrows on to show the suburb, not just the property. Let him see how ridiculous it is.
     
  5. DStew

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    Give him/her what they want but then come down to the optimum AGL for your rig (drone and camera/lens) and show him both.


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