Taking your drone on a road trip, or flying overseas for some drone travel photography? If you’re taking your drone on long drives or flights, and want to make use of several spare batteries, a charger that can handle more than one battery at a time is a smart choice. A car charging unit can also be handy for keeping your drone flight-ready while you travel.
Most drones store their video files to MicroSD memory cards. Carrying a spare or two can help you store more video if your shoot goes overtime, or if for some reason or another the card in your drone fails. The Sandisk Extreme Pro 32GB Micro SD is a great example of a quality memory card, allowing you to capture 4K Ultra HD and Full HD videos while enjoying transfer speeds of up to 95MB/s.
External hard drive
Video files are large. You can’t store them all on your memory cards, as you’ll quickly run out of space for new footage. A portable, external hard drive keeps your memory cards free and ready to fire, and can generally be accessed anywhere that there is a computer.