Just wonder what has been people's experience with the x5 when using it for still photography? Im in the market for a drone at the moment, and I cant really say I'm sure what I'm going to get. my initial reaction was the x5 was for me. Pro-sumer. you've got a great drone, and what should be a great camera underneath. but having seen a lotof videos, and read a lot about it, I cant say its convinced me, at least from the point of videography. as for stills, I haven't seen so many people discussing it. As far as I'm concerned, it is a good stills camera just from the chit chat ive heard about it. But is it worth as much as they're asking, in your opinion, to buy a "good" stills camera and an "alrite" video camera (lets be honest, I've seen nothing from it that makes me say "WOW" video-wise) In my own opinion, I've come to the conclusion that there are two ways to go about this (correct me if im wrong), 1. buy a phantom 4 and have fairly good stills, and fairly good video, but at a much much lower price. plus its a brand new drone in no danger of being replaced soon. 2. go all out and buy the inspire 1 with the x5r and drop a boatload of money, simply because I don't want to end up with half of a great camera that I feel I would with the x5. Maybe someone who's had hands on experience with the x5 could tell me otherwise, but that's just from what I've seen. I guess it's kind of boiling down to whether I want to get a drone now, with a good camera and be happy with it. The other option would be to hold out for the canon 5d mark IV (maybe they'll call it the 5X) later in the year and get a cheaper drone that just kind of works for the moment. its just when your spending so much money on an x5, would you be annoyed that you didn't spend a relatively small amount extra and just buy the x5r and have the ability to do proper video work as you need as well as your normal still photography? I should say that I have flown drones a before, not professionally but I know my way around them.