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  1. SO here's something ya'll might like. I put it in Action sports because this video is of such, but the possibilities of a drone for VR are quite unlimited. Check it out.
  2. So after 3 months of 3D printing, parts gathering, and continued configuration, I think I am FINALLY just about done with my build. It's a Crossfire 2 from the Thingiverse web site. Here is the parts list: Parts list: Pixhawk flight controller FrSky X8R Lumenier 30A ESC with SimonK SunnySky V2216-12 KV800 II motors HQ 11x4.5 props (not mounted...) Turnigy 500Mwh 4S battery 3Dr GPS/Compass ImmersionRC 600mW video Tx 600tvl FPV camera FrSky FRVSS Battery sensor FrSky Variometer sensor Taranis X9D Plus radio controller with OpenTX At one point I did get it off the ground in my basement up about a foot, but fearing a horrific crash I quickly brought it back down. Some pics...
  3. Hey all, This is Brad Spinuzzi with Adrenaline Aerial Imaging Inc. I am president and chief Pilot-In-Command for Adrenaline Aerial Imaging Inc. We primarily do construction, real estate, and industrial photography but, my passion is action and adventure sports of all kinds. I'll film that for fun any day, all day!! I am learning the "artistic" side of photography and working hard to improve my cinematography, piloting, filming, editing etc. My main experience thus far has been cold-weather, back-country filming, high altitude, commercial construction projects, etc. Always looking to learn from anyone willing to pass along some info and of course return the favor. I look forward to meeting you guys. I am very friendly, have a good (but sometimes ornery sense of humor) and willing to work with/for almost anyone. If you're ever in my neighborhood, shoot me an e-mail or give me a call. I'd love to go fly, film, learn, teach, partner, contract, sub-contract, etc. Now enjoy our flagship video, a little film of what I do in my spare time and where my heart is when it isn't raising my "herd" of children. Thanks for checking us out. Sincerely and Respectfully, Brad
  4. I swore I saw a side bar on an email I got from UAV Coach recently about how you may be able to fly commercially legally if you have sent off for your exemption but haven't received it yet. Is this true some how or do I still need to wait another 4 months to get my exemption before I can fly legally? Was I just seeing things? -Joe
  5. Hello, My name is Marc Concialdi and I am interested in purchasing a drone and want to fly one for a business some day. I have my Pilot's license and instrument rating and have been in aviation for years. I have flown toy drones before, but nothing too serious. I would like to know, which drone would be the best for me to make money with? Are there drones out there that are diverse and can help me make money in a variety of areas? I'd like to purchase one so I can register it with the FAA and start flying to make money as soon as possible
  6. Found this marketplace today through a friend, it is an interesting concept. www.flyhum.com
  7. Hello, I'm looking for a school that would teach me how to build and fly drones professionally. Also would like to meet people who is already involved in the drone industry. I'm looking forward to meet my future colleague entrepreneurs.
  8. Hello, My name is Marc Concialdi and I am interested in purchasing a drone and want to fly one for a business some day. I have my Pilot's license and instrument rating and have been in aviation for years. I have flown toy drones before, but nothing too serious. I would like to know, which drone would be the best for me to make money with? Are there drones out there that are diverse and can help me make money in a variety of areas? I'd like to purchase one so I can register it with the FAA and start flying to make money as soon as possible
  9. What is "drone"? There has been common misunderstanding of both general public and even some industry professionals about the use of the term "drone". Unfortunately this term was introduced to the public via its more negative association with military use and the global media has adopted this term - may we add incorrectly - pretty much for any remotely-controlled aircraft. If we ignore the meanings related to bees and drudges - the actual meaning related to our industry is defined as "an unmanned aircraft or ship that can navigate autonomously, without human control or beyond line of sight". This makes perfect sense for how this type of UAS are deployed by the military. But it is incorrect to apply this same term to directly-controlled UAV's and UAS's. For example a remotelly-controlled (RC) hobby helicopter is simply not a "drone". The RC community has been "doing their thing" for decades without bothering anyone or posing major danger to general public and aviation. They are the "victims" of the success of multi-rotors - which made flying that much more easier... The easiest way to explain this on a real-world example is to use the most popular and publicly recognized UAV - the DJI Phantom... The Phantom can be flown in both direct-control and autonomous modes, as well as a combination of the two - blurring the boundary between "drones" and "RC aircraft". When flown for filming purposes - in majority of the cases it is flown as directly-controlled RC aircraft (in this case a "multirotor helicopter"). But when we use it for other purposes - such as 3D terrain mapping - it is flown under autonomous-control using specialised software and GPS navigation. In this case it becomes a "drone". While this should clarify the difference between "drones" and other types of UAS - this also highlights the confusion surrounding these systems. It really comes down to how these systems are being used and for what purpose. For example a simple brick, when used to purposefully harm someone, then becomes officially classified as a "weapon". Does that make all bricks a weapons? So unless an UAS is specifically designed as only autonomous (like the ones used by the military) - what defies “drone” is really just the mode of use. But using the word “drone” in the fashion and manner as it if being used by the news outlets, general public and even some industry professionals is equivalent to calling all cars SUV’s... And while we are at it - here is one (or really two) more related terms...: Difference between UAV and UAS. Another common confusion is with the use of the terms UAV and UAS. UAV stands for "Unmanned Aerial Vehicle(s)", while UAS stands for "Unmanned Aerial System(s)". The key difference is that UAV is just the actual aircraft being remotely-controlled. UAS on the other hand is the complete system that includes the UAV, its "payload" (in most cases s camera), all the remote-control HW & SW and it also includes all the wireless radio-communication technology - and in our case the video downlink. It also includes all the ground-based controls, monitoring and other support technologies as well as the crew men (and women) involved in its operation. This is why it is called a "system"... Feel free to share your thoughts...
  10. Real Estate Video Production in Los Angeles, California We have a production company with actors, photographers, and drone pilots equipped to do real estate video (interiors -steadi-can; and exterior - drone footage) for just about all budgets in Los Angeles! We are always looking for realtors and other partners in the LA area to team up with. Please drop us a line if interested. Todd@dronefilms.media www.dronefilms.media