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The photos and footage I see people make with the Mini 2 are very impressive, and since I need a backup for the Phantom 4 (and a drone that is slightly easier to travel with), I ordered one yesterday. Will hopefully get it on Monday.Trying the DJI Mini 2 in photo mode. Only a 12 mp sensor, but files scale up nicely using Adobe Enhance to generate 48 mp files. Sample below re-sampled back to original 12 mp size for upload to Flickr.
Here is the jpeg image that the drone camera took and exported automatically to the Photos library on my phone. Looks great and I think if I'm careful about exposure the jpegs would be good enough without any need to process the raws. Click image for the full size 12 mp original.Trying the DJI Mini 2 in photo mode. Only a 12 mp sensor, but files scale up nicely using Adobe Enhance to generate 48 mp files. Sample below re-sampled back to original 12 mp size for upload to Flickr.
Thanks Carl. Long story with a few lessons to be learned, so here it is:Very impressive! Did you shoot this from another boat or on shore?
Very nice! Is that the same one as the one that was docked in the swimming pool at the top of this page?Product photography with the Mini 2, the new Silent Yachts 60, solar powered catamaran.
Yes, it's the same boat. This is hull number one, with five more in production. Few of these boats are actually being sold here in SE Asia. Most of them go to North America and Europe. Silent Yachts is an Austrian company, but some of the boats are built here in Thailand and some in Italy.Very nice! Is that the same one as the one that was docked in the swimming pool at the top of this page?
You live in the right climate for a solar powered boat. Does it have any "back-up" power source (other than batteries) to get back to shore when it becomes cloudy or night?