snaefellsnes by air

This topic contains 6 replies, has 4 voices, and was last updated by  beth 1 week, 5 days ago.

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  • #421207

    beth
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    a couple of mavic 2 pro shots taken on snaefellsnes.  i didn’t take the drone out as much as i would have liked due to the rain.  we fly in rain at work because we have to for incidents and we’ve had a few issues from time to time.  i probably could have used it during the lighter periods of rainfall but with my personal drone i’m a little more cautious.

  • #421224

    Rob Eyers
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    Very interesting view of the bridge and it’s ramp Beth.

    • #421268

      beth
      Participant

      thanks rob.  this was on the northern part of snaefellsnes, rt 54 heading west towards kirkjufell.  if you were in the area you probably crossed this bridge.

  • #421255

    Robert Apple
    Moderator

    Nice shots with a new perspective.

    • #421269

      beth
      Participant

      thanks robert.  the first one is fairly original – i think.  the second one isn’t, i stole it from the internet after my mom found it online and fell in love with the idea that someone turned a bridge into a viking sword.

  • #421279

    Craig
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    Quite Lovely, Beautiful clouds. Interesting drone images, I had a consumer Yuneec Q500 4K drone at one time, gave it to my son-in-law. I thought the camera was total crap. Never got anything near as good as these. 😉

    • #421293

      beth
      Participant

      thanks.  the mavic 2 pro is another consumer drone.  4k video, which doesn’t interest me much.  but the sensor is an aps-c sensor, the same as in most crop sensor dslr and mirrorless cameras.  they stuck a hasselblad lens on the front (it might have been made by hasselblad but that’s about where that relationship ends).  all in all it’s a noisy sensor that gives out not quite sharp images that can sorta be polished into something that may or may not print well at 8×10″.  the photos from the mavic 2 pro are slightly better than what you can get from similar drones.

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