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Hello everyone, my name is Joe Carlton and I'm quickly becoming a dronaholic (new word, I'm copyrighting it). I was in the US Air Force for 20 years and part of that was as a cop and part was in communications. As a cop I loved new technology such as alarm sensors, motion detection and as a comm guy I absolutely loved new technology and working with technology. One of my jobs in comm was keeping UAV feeds up and running during the war. I didn't get to directly work with the UAVs, just the video feeds over satellite. It was still pretty amazing seeing what they can do as the best way
Hello. I am new to the world of drones and I'm loving it. Just got FAA certified for sUAS. Just waiting for warmer weather to get longer flight times in. I'm a pro photographer looking to hone my new craft with my flying camera. Eager to learn from those with much more experience. Thank you. So excited to see where this takes me!
I took this last night. We have had some pretty nice sunsets the past few days. In order to get rid of the props in the field of view, I mounted the gopro under the lower deck of the F450. Because my landing gear is short, I resort to "catch and release" method of ending and launching. When the guy in the piper cub bused the top of the mountain, my drone was 10 feet off the ground, just above me. Editing was done with gopro studio.