The opening match of the 2022 Qatar World Cup kicks off on 21 November. As the first World Cup football tournament to be held in the northern hemisphere in winter, it is not only a carnival for fans, but also a global explosion of consumer enthusiasm. Organising aerial drone photography has become a major new way to watch the tournament.
The World Cup effect has contributed to the explosive growth of 3C electronics. What's more, the trend of buying drones has increased dramatically thanks to the Black Friday discount day.
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World Cup Commits To Aerial Photography Using UAVs
Yes, being official for the World Cup, there will be a need for some aerial aerial footage to highlight the scenes.
For aerial drones to film the big event, the duration and stability and reliability of the drone is especially important. The drone needs to be equipped with a high-precision gimbal to capture the footage, a stable UAS to reduce the probability of crashing and a reliable endurance to complete long hours of filming.
For large football matches, helicopter aerial photography will be safer due to the UAV piloting the drone and will have a longer endurance. For film shoots, vlogs, marathons, boating races and other events, it is easier and more fun to use a drone for filming.
And as a general drone user group, piloting drones should not be in crowded areas. Therefore, compliance with drone related laws is the most important point. The important issues in conducting aerial drone photography are reliability and pilot proficiency.
There is no better time to buy a drone than during the Black Friday discount season. In line with current events, drones will be one of the key players in World Cup purchases. And conducting aerial drone photography will be one thing worth trying for everyone.