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  1. Hi, looking to use drones in the film industry. Hoping it will add to resume when applying for internships and jobs. Maybe start own business one day. Researching which one to buy (would like 4K).
  2. Hi everyone, this is Sparkles and I'm based in NYC. I have a DJI Mavic Air and I'm very new to all of this, so I'm very excited to learn more from everyone here, and I'd love to get together to for group flying sessions if you guys do that!
  3. By the end of the summer (2018), a whole crop of the first certified Part 107 pilots will be required to renew their certificates. Some thoughts? This is a huge number of remote pilots. What's the attrition rate (i.e. who WON'T renew)? How many sanctions? How any new Part 107 pilots? I liken the two-year re-certification process to a bi-annual Part 91 certificate (with, say, a part 333 ex.) but, I don't have any advice either, having gotten my Part 107 two years ago this fall. Hope you'll comment .... Thanks. vb
  4. Hello all, I am a part 107 certificate holder located in Los Angeles. I have some questions about an upcoming shoot that I've been hired to do in New York City. A high-end property management company has hired me to shoot drone footage of three of their buildings in New York City at the end of July. 2 of the buildings are in midtown and 1 of them is in the financial district. I have a few specific questions regarding these properties... 1. According to Airmap, there is a permenant TFR (Temporary Flight Restriction) around the southern part of Central Park extending abo
  5. As the title says, I am a New York based commercial airline pilot. I am new to drones but not new to aviation or cinematography. I have a background in film, graduating with a BFA from School of Visual Arts. I am starting an aerial media company to take advantage of this burgeoning new industry. My initial focus will likely be on the industries I am most familiar with, real estate and tv/film but this will likely change and expand as I get my business up and running. I would love to meet and network with other NYC area UAV businesses and operators. Cheers! Chad