Gear for Drones
year for drones. You know, we talked a little about drones. Sky truly is the limit. There is so much extra stuff these days you can bring. But I recommend bringing extra of everything because unlike your camera, which you might drop it or you might break a lens is a very good chance you're gonna crash or something's gonna fly into it. Or any number of things that can go wrong. So I bring extra propellers. I have used them. I've had things where, you know, you just don't know. They just break sometimes because they hit at the wrong angle. Um, you know, we were filming out on open water. We landed on the front of a boat and the boat hit a wave just at the wrong time. Nothing. Potash. Catastrophic drone just tipped over, but the blade was still going, and it just snapped. Okay, fine. Put on another blade. So you want. Make sure you bring extra propellers blades for the top. I usually bring two sets of everything to a full sets of extra batteries. Charging one while another round is going.
Um, you know, peripheral replacement pieces like the gyroscope, the little rubber things, all that other stuff. Lifetimes that come with the drone. But you. If you don't have anything that's removable or breakable or dangles, you probably want to have a backup of, um, with the exception of the lens, because of cost IPhone wires, a lot of the drones, the D. G I drones that I use all connect to your IPhone or IPad via the normal USB to ah Teoh to device cable, that white one. Those things do break and they fray on the end is I'm sure everyone knows Bring one or two of those extra. I bring one, at least dedicated the drone and then one more offer my phone or even one more after that. So, um, having extras of those is good. I was always mentioned. Download an update. The APP gear includes the technology and the app pieces. Lens cleaners, of course. And then you might want a backpack. So if you're drones in a big pelican case and you're not gonna walk into the woods with that or walk across an island or whatever with that to your destination, where you gonna go so you might want a backpack just for the drone. When I'm using the drone and I have a backpack, I don't do anything else. I have drone days or drone hours or whatever it is I'm doing, and then I have still is in motion periods. But I never really. I rarely do both at the same time unless I'm working out of a very fixed location, and I can bring all of my stuff very comfortably and have it out there. The downside of having too much gear in one place is it's easy to get distracted. I find it takes away from the creativity and it opens up a lot of room for mistakes. And so I lost my camera because I was shooting stills, motion and a drone, and I was going between the three of them at that time, and I forgot that I had set my camera down, packed on my gear. I had set it down, and then that was the end of it. I got eaten by the ocean, Um, so you just want to be really careful about that and Ah, and you know, accidents happen. But, you know, that's what you can do