Destiny wrote:There are so many issue with using this kind of technology.. In Australia just about impossible around suburbia.. I think I would need a licence to fly one too even in the bush... I guess if it was in the middle of the desert then fine... No one would know..
full Video package for europe inclusive drone, Action cam ready to fly package 699$ / 510€ (incl. postage & delivery)
some days to back....
1lbs payload.... so enough for one freedom360 rig with 6 go pro 3+ black Edition...
20min flight time....(with one cam)
1500 feet cruising altitude
5000 feet service peak height
wind up to 30mph
follow me function
and the best: foldable ready to fly within seconds....
... I backed
1. it can lift additional payload 0.5 pound ~200gramm (if optimistic 3 gopros with a rig)
2. wind up to 10mph ~16kmh
HansKeesom wrote:One axis is enough, just vertical looking down and up again. Horizontal can be done by drone. No other axis needed.
Biggest problem of drones is not the price but all rules that pop up, it is allmost impossible to fly them commercially. Not that I disagree with these rules.
Destiny wrote:On TV today some people were in a car next to a prison delivering drugs perhaps.. Not really sure..
http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/na ... 6849954083
The guy talking on TV about them said in Australia we can use them as long as we have line of sight.. No problems which is good.. Also, you can use them to add GPS code where they can fly autonomously but I do not think that would be legal unless you can still see it.. I wonder if its possible to screw a Freedom 360 rig under it.. but I guess you would need higher feet for it.. So it can land..
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