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The DJI Mavik is one of the most affordable ready-to-fly drones with enough quality (4K) for expert-looking video production. Alternatively, you could strap an action camera, like a GoPro, to a non-camera drone. You'll likely have to heavily stabilize your footage in post. In the lowest of budget situations, if you just need a top-down aerial shot, simply ...


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For action, you're probably going to need flat, even lighting. Builders' work lamps, bounced off white walls or reflectors, are probably the most cost-effective way of lighting large spaces. You can make some changes to lighting and contrast when you edit, though it's no substitute for lighting your film properly. It's called colour correction. You can ...


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Currently DJI is pretty much your go-to for this. They have a great mix of price range to performance ranging from the $500 Spark (which is actually a bit more if you want a physical controller which would be very helpful for what you want to do), up through multi-thousand dollar rigs that can fly a Ronan with a Red Epic or Arri Alexa on them. Personally, ...


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There unfortunately isn't enough information here to give you a definitive answer but I will try to cover the most likely bases. The first thing you need to do is determine the source of the clipping. Is it actually clipping at the recorder or are the microphones themselves clipping. Clipping occurs whenever the signal level exceeds what a particular ...


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