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We’ve seen four blades, we’ve seen six blades– hell, why not eight?  The Droidworx Skyjib Airframe uses an octacopter system to carry a high-resolution payload for photographers and cinematographers alike.  The creative class uses the Skyjib to haul Canon 5D MKIII DSLRs and RED Epic cinema cameras to capture video for TV, documentaries, sports and more.  It is meticulous in construction, a powerful drone used for the most peaceful purpose possible– making movie magic.
Trust me when I say this, there is a lot of things this drone is capable of performing. Even though it was initially thought to be a selfie drone (competition to Yuneec Breeze, Zerotech Dobby and the rest of them), Mavic Pro turned out to be much more than that and is outright sweeping the floor with competitors. With its excellent 7 kilometers of operating range and earthshattering minutes of flight time (that’s a huge jump from all other drones of this size), It is pretty clear that DJI Mavic Pro doesn’t agree to any compromises.
In the course of buying and maintaining my own and testing and reviewing drones for CNET, however, there are some things I’ve learned that you should consider before entering the hobby — even if your plan is to just start with a toy drone like I did. But, before I get into all that, here are my go-to recommendations for consumer drones at the moment.
The interest in UAVs cyber security has been raised greatly after the Predator UAV video stream hijacking incident in 2009,[104] where Islamic militants used cheap, off-the-shelf equipment to stream video feeds from a UAV. Another risk is the possibility of hijacking or jamming a UAV in flight. In recent years several security researchers have made public vulnerabilities for commercial UAVs, in some cases even providing full source code or tools to reproduce their attacks.[105] At a workshop on UAVs and privacy in October 2016, researchers from the Federal Trade Commission showed they were able to hack into three different consumer quadcopters and noted that UAV manufacturers can make their UAVs more secure by the basic security measures of encrypting the Wi-Fi signal and adding password protection.[106]
If Amazon’s drone program succeeds (and Amazon says it is well on track), it could fundamentally alter the company’s cost structure. A decade from now, drones would reduce the unit cost of each Amazon delivery by about half, analysts at Deutsche Bank projected in a recent research report. If that happens, the economic threat to competitors would be punishing — “retail stores would cease to exist,” Deutsche’s analysts suggested, and we would live in a world more like that of “The Jetsons” than our own.
Most drones use a remote control with two joysticks — a bit like an Xbox or PlayStation controller. One stick controls what’s called the attitude of the quadcopter, including roll (tilting left and right) and pitch (tilting up and down). The other stick controls throttle and the rotation of the quadcopter. A good remote control should fit well in the hand, with sticks resting comfortably under your thumbs and providing a smooth, responsive feel that allows you to guide the quadcopter by touch.
The lightweight construction and flexible airframe make the Glimpse very agile in air, but keep in mind that it’s designed primarily for indoor flying and that almost any kind of wind will have a huge impact on its stability. It doesn’t have the altitude hold function, so you’ll have to take care of hovering, and its landing gear also works as prop guards.
You should expect to get up to 8 minutes of flight time, which isn’t a lot, but if all you’re using it for is photography purposes, that’s a decent amount of time to do it in. The camera itself is a 2MP stationary with 1280p x 720p at 30 fps.
My heart fluttered as the Phantom automatically ran through the configuration after I installed the battery and was ready to takes its first flight. The quadcopter went fast – imagine a speed of 10 meters or 32.8 feet per second! I cannot estimate the exact height but it was too high for sure.
Drone adoption is growing rapidly among both consumers and companies, and the retail industry is leading the way in that adoption. Drones could serve different purposes for retailers, but drone delivery (which is exactly what it sounds like: products delivered by drone) is the most well-known and readily apparent.