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What iPad Models are good for drone control?6790

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Hi guys, I just bought a DJI Phantom drone and am planning to use it to shoot video along the beach. I am considering buying an iPad to pair with the drone. So which should I pick up from the list of iPad models? I am thinking about the 12.9 inch iPad Pro, what do you think?
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iPad mini... larger ones get cumbersome if flying for too long.
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Hi, I've been using an ipad air 2 for about a year. It's probably the largest one you can fit into the controller cradle. I use the same thing for Matterport scans.

Regardless of what you buy, I would strongly suggest you purchace a sunshade for the monitor. Viewing the monitor on bright days can be really tough. The shade probably won't resolve the viewing problems, but it'll help. I think you can get them for around $15. USD
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