- Brits will take an average of 57 pictures this Christmas
- Just 31% will use a dedicated camera
- 54% want to share the photos with others online
THIS WINTER, Brits will use a combination of cameras, smartphones, tablets and drones to document their Christmas, according to new research.
But, just 31% will use a dedicated camera to take their Christmas photos.
54% revealed they will be using their smartphones, closely followed by 42% who will use their tablets to document Christmas.
More than 1 in 3 (34%) admitted they are now using drones to help them get the ultimate Christmas shot.
Indeed, 61% of drone owners cited photography as one of the main uses of their drone, as highlighted in the Drone Usage Report 2017.
More than half (54%) admitted they want to share the photos with others online.
Mark Kelly, marketing manager at DronesDirect.co.uk, said, “Christmas is a special time of year, so it’s no surprise that many of us now want to cherish these memories and take as many photos as possible.
“Our ProFlight range of drones have advanced camera technology, so it is great to see how drones are becoming a staple device for Brits taking photos at Christmas time. That said, drone owners need to ensure they are familiar with the CAA regulations before taking flight to get their perfect shot this Christmas.”
For more information on DronesDirect.co.uk and their range of products, visit www.DronesDirect.co.uk