Real Estate Videography
Probably the most common entry in starting a drone business is shooting homes for Realtors. In this short series, Paul walks you through exactly what he does when videoing a residential home.
Can I use the DJI Osmo camera on the Inspire 1?
how do I disable the 500 meter max height that DJI has instituted with the most recent firmware update? Will the X-5 fit the Osmo?
Are there any compatibility issues between the Osmo and Inspire X3 cameras? Are they interchangeable?
Do you guys recommend the Osmo for the interior filming of a real estate project? Why or why not?
Do you prefer the Inspire or Osmo camera for indoor real estate projects? What are the pros and cons for each?
What are some of the best tips and tricks you can give me for using an Inspire 1, Phantom 3 and Osmo when shooting real estate jobs?
Can I get an Inspire 1 without a camera? What about using the Osmo camera on it instead?
What can I do about ISO noise while recording with the Osmo for real estate videos?
Is DJI's Ronin S the Best Solution for Shooting Real Estate Interiors?
What do I need to do regarding the follow focus when using a Ronin gimbal? Is there a remote control for that out there?
Top 5 Things That You Need to Know About DJI's Ronin-S
DJI was a late entrant in the one handed gimbal market. But, they have more than made up for this loss of time with the launch of the awesome Ronin-S – the successor to the two handed gimbal, Ronin-M. In this blog post, we outline 5 cool reasons for...
DJI Osmo — Expert Tips for Capturing the Ultimate Footage
Real Estate Video Question Sheet
If you’re shooting real estate videos, or looking to start, then this is an important form you should be using. This is the actual form that we use for our Realtor projects. But you are welcome to brand it for your company.
Flight Practice – Real Estate
If you are looking to do real estate videos then this is a set of drills specific to you. Shooting real estate requires certain movements not used for other projects. So check this out and practice, practice, practice!