Actually, I find very little difference in video grabs after Photoshoping them, and the best part is you can pick which frame(s) are best.Yea, I always suspect that the quality will be low than taking straight still image from the drone's cam
I do that all the time. For whatever reason I find more interesting images in my video than when I paused to actually shoot a still. The quality is usually good enough to throw up on Facebook or other social media.While the quality won't be as good as RAW, you could pull stills from the recorded video later.
Any screen capture utility can do that, such as WinSnap for PC.
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