Getting the proper coverage in fast-paced events is hard when you need it simply work. Or, is it? When you’re in the fast-paced word of the sports industry, a drone can help you make all of the positive difference that you need to change for the better. How is a camera able to do all of that? Take a look for yourself.
They’re perfectly matched with an athlete
In terms of sports-related perks, this is a pretty important one. While professional cameras have advanced to the point where they are able to properly keep on track with an athlete’s movement and even anticipate when they’re going to move, they’re no match for the spontaneous design of a drone. A drone can actually “run” down the 50 yard line into the end zone while a camera will have to follow and zoom to capture the same victory or sack, for example.
With a drone, as soon as the athlete changes direction, a drone is right there and keeping pace with him or her. It means that not even a millisecond is lost when it comes to making sure that the entire game is on display for all viewers to see and admire.
They can even use an accurate GPS to help keep on track with a specific athlete so that even the slightest movement is captured on camera with a drone that follows the tracker on the athlete. Think of a long distance bike race, ski slope or cross country run where a car can’t stay with the biker or when a helicopter could alter the terrain as in an avalanche if it gets to close, a drone can keep up!
They are cost-effective
Even when you are looking at the professional world of drones where it’s only the highest quality, they are much more cost-effective than a lot of the options out there in the world of traditional cameras in sports, or even helicopters.
The pilots are all professional and highly trained to make sure that there are no slip ups during the big moment where the action goes one way and the camera goes the other. When it comes to the big leagues, this is the type of camera that make sure everything gets on film for the audience to see.
They help everyone
Sure, the audience wants to see everything better so that they are more part of the action, but the coaches will also be able to see everything closer and better with drones leading the way. This means that plays can be perfected, potential rule violations can be caught and more.
From the stands to the dugouts to the referees, everyone’s game can get a little better with the help of a drone to lead the way to success. Once they are brought into the world of sports on a professional level – and it’s only a matter of time – these will be the crowd favorite for all of the right reasons.
Drones are often left out of the sporting world due to the bad reputation that unprofessional pilots give them, but they can be just what is needed when the right professional drone and pilot are brought in on the scene. Professional athletes need an equally professional camera to keep up with them, and a drone may be just the camera to do the job even when you are looking at something like the big leagues.
Contact Drones of Prey to get your team advantage or to help your spectators see the action better.