Love this clip about frame rates, now is very clear to me the why and the what for of frame rate choices. I think 30fps and 60fps are ok if your doing faster flying shots etc for a particular affect, but is using faster fps simply trying to fix another problem, which is simply compensating for poor film making skills? . What I do see to often is people using drones for TV shows or documentaries, is the over doing it with the moving in and out, panning and acceding and descending shots are very often much to fast. This is poor film making and it take away from what the objective is where the focus of the shot gets lost in "the art of the tool" . The rules of good film making should still apply. eg always pan slowly, limit zooming in and out to a comfortable level etc. Ive even coined a new phrase for this over doing it with drone movements during filming when it becomes "overdroned"!
It's clear there are people here who are in to flying and others who are in to photography and video. I agree that film making is an art and the drone is just another piece of camera support just like the tripod, mono-pod, steady-cam, jib arm, dolly, you name it. And yes the drone can be over-used.
Back in the early days of corporate video production there was a hot item in many edit bays known as ADO which was an acronym for Ampeg Digital Optcs. Flying graphics, picture-in-picture, spins, text were everywhere. Editors tended to over-use the effects to the point it became so annoying you couldn't watch anymore. But I guess it impressed clients!
I do notice more drone shots these days, especially on the real estate programs like "House Hunters" on HGTV. I have to admit most of it is tastefully applied.