5 Storage Solutions for Aerial Photos and Cinematography

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With everything that goes into capturing aerial footage—type of drone, camera setup, lens configuration, etc.—it’s easy to overlook one of the simplest but most crucial components of the recording process: storage. And while not as varied as drones themselves, the solutions for saving all your flying footage are sundry, and require careful consideration. To help decide which solution is right for you, we’ve selected five great options to choose from, with some helpful use-cases thrown in. Be sure to read all the way to the bottom, as we’ve definitely saved the best for last.

1. microSD Card

Philosopher and renowned immaterial girl, Georgina Berkeley, once asked: “If a drone captures a landscape and no one sees it, did it really happen?” Obviously she wasn’t very familiar with microSD cards. Your standard and most basic method for recording aerial footage (apart from built-in storage), microSD cards allow you to save all your celestial shots for editing and review. Cards come in a number of size configurations, typically anywhere within the range of 4 to 256GB, and with different write speeds and classes. Most consumer-level, video-capable drones come with a built-it microSD card reader that allow you to pop a card right in and begin filming. When choosing a card, you’ll want consider your drone’s flight time, how much you’ll be recording or capturing, and camera capability—these questions will inform what size card you need.

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