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The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is requiring anyone who wants to fly an unmanned aerial system (UAS) that weighs between 0.55-pound (250 grams) and 55 pounds (approximately 25 kilograms) for recreation or hobby to register with the agency. Civil penalties not registering may include fines up to $27,500. Criminal penalties may include fines up to $250,000 and/or imprisonment for up to three years.
Holy Stone® RC Quadcopter with 2MP Camera M68R(Plus) – Too big for inside, great size for outside. Easy to fly. Has headless mode but it would occasionally go out of headless mode when batteries got low and go out of control so I quit using headless mode. I got the white one and painted the back half neon orange making it easy to see. Keep it oriented in the right direction and there is no need for headless mode. Has lights that make orientation easy to see at night. I’ve had it to about 200 feet high. Definitely recommend this one.
The product description is spot on with 35 minutes to charge, however im experiencing 5 minutes of runtime compared to the 7-9 minute advertised. Many aftermarket batteries can be bought that will run longer though.
The DJI Phantom range is a best seller for good reason – out of the box, it is a beautiful piece of sleek, white plastic and when it gets into the air it is fantastically responsive and boasts an unrivalled set of features.
Because drones continue to get smaller and faster, are able to fly longer than ever before, and capture higher quality images than any other method seen previously, one thing is for certain – aerial photography will never be the same again.
The DJI Inspire 2 uses a new CineCore 2.0 image processing system, capable of recording 5.2K videos in CinemaDNG, Apple ProRes and more.  This drone is for creating Hollywood quality film. It even comes with a ground gimbal so you can film both aerial and ground shots with the Inspire 2.
The Gatewing X100 UAV Drone has been a go-to drone for the commercial mapping industry for some time.  While it is priced out of the range of hobbyists (the rumors suggest around $40k per unit), it presents the best performance from a flying-wing system available to non-military users.  It can fly for up to 45 minutes per charge while carrying a 10MP imaging system.  It can handle rough weather, flying safely through gusts up to 40mph.  It launches from a ground rail system and feeds data back to a control console located nearby.
The DJI Inspire 1 is bigger and offers full 360° camera rotation, giving you an unrestricted view of the world below. It’s 3-axis gimbal and camera system can easily be removed from the aircraft for safe transport and future upgrades.
If Balaresque and Bradlow—young men raised on the iPhone—knew anything, it was that their product needed to be cool. In early 2015, Balaresque and Bradlow hired Brad Kremer, a director well known for his radical snowboarding shots. According to interviews conducted by the San Francisco DA’s office, Chris Frey with CMI Productions, a production company focused on tech companies, said that he was hired along with Kremer to help Lily Robotics produce what would be its launch video. Balaresque and Bradlow came to Kremer, he said, with a problem. Lily had spent the bulk of its money on another director, who had created a video with which they were unhappy. The video needed to be all about the “product promise.” So the pressure was on to succeed.
Learning to fly a drone begins with learning how not to crash. That process begins with mishaps, so an aspiring pilot needs a drone that is tough, but also cheap enough that losing it in a tree won’t bankrupt them. The UDI U818A has a great range of features for the price, and it’s easy to fly. The four-loop style frame protects the large rotors in crashes, and the rotors are cheap (under $3 a set) and easy to replace if they don’t survive. A bonus for beginners is the included 640 x 480-pixel video camera attached to the body. It won’t produce the work of Stanley Kubrick, but it will give you a whole new outlook on flying.
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