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About sr71blackbird

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  1. I tried identifying the US made drone makers and none of them posted prices. They wanted you to contact them for pricing. Typical for the B2B market but frustrating for anyone trying to research. Since they're not competing for the consumer market, my guess is their prices are closer to the 20k than 2k lol.
  2. I just cant imagine that US laws would apply to you as long as you're in Canadian Jurisdiction. I just checked the US FAA app BeforeUFly and "airport warning" zone ended at the US border. So, I would just make sure there are not any airport restrictions put on you from the Canadian Air traffic control.
  3. Glad to join! I've have been flying photodrones for the past year, flying in the Orlando area and in Utah, using my Yuneec Q500+. I love the different perspectives that you get from flying a drone. Anyway, right now, I am in the process of getting my 107 and get a drone businesses started on the side. Once I get my 107, I am planning to upgrade my drone to something newer like a DJI or a Yuneec Typhoon H.