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  1. The specifics of the story are clear when they say the drone operator “climbed” on the bridge to fly the drone. To climb on a structure to fly your drone isn’t safe and responsible flying. He makes all of us look bad by being so irresponsible.
  2. Anyone have any insight into Autel getting a 3D mapping program or teaming with a 3D mapping company to generate maps? I’ve been waiting and searching with no real success and nothing more than a very good drone that captures great video.
  3. Just found this on the Autel site and the price is ok but I have no clue what ‘stops’ are or ND4,8,16. Anyone got an easy button on this one? Here is the copy from the description This Polar Pro Shutter Collection includes: ND4 (2-Stops) ND8 (3-stops) ND16 (4-stops)
  4. Looking for some basic filters for the Evo cam. I see sets running over $70 but not even sure what size and thread pitch fits the Evo (is it just a basic size). Being in Fl and only flying during daylight I get a lot of bright days and using it for home roof inspections I just need a decent set without a ton of really deep specifics. Anyone got a few specific kit model numbers to pass on? Thanks.
  5. I'm researching my butt off and am getting more and more confused and answers from the FAA and AirMap aren't the quickest so lets try this. Since LAANC is is available in portions of my area, does a P-107 pilot still need a COA to operate or can I just request through AirMap a day/week or so prior to flying? I plan on operating IAW all regulations and altitudes on the Facilities map, but why is there so much talk about COAs still if AirMap is authorizing? Is LAANC just a notification path for the ATCs so they don't have to field every PICs calls they are flying in their airspace?
  6. Hey all... I just submitted my first COA for airspace use and couldn't find anything other than DroneZone to do so? Reading a lot of posts here and see many talking about LAANC contractors but couldn't absolutely determine if there is a separate contractor's page to submit to. I see the AirMap app says you can get realtime authorization but the FAAs site still says DroneZone is the only authorized submission site. 1. Is anyone up to speed on this given the new changes with LAANC? 2. When the submission at DroneZone goes in does it get reviewed by contractors with the companies