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  1. Parrot Sequoia Multispectral Camera fully rigged on Phantom 3 Pro and ready-to-fly. Includes 2 batteries, charger, remote controller, propellers, illumination sensor (with integrated GPS/IMU), calibration panel, and hard case and accessories for Sequoia. Solid flyer. I’ve used this system successfully on numerous projects, but now looking to upgrade. Shipping costs not included in price. Please contact me at 207-200-7879 or if you have any questions.
  2. I’ve been flying my Phantom 3 Pro about 3 months honing my skills and I’m ready to study for the Part 107 test, so that i can turn it in to a side business. Any feed back, advice or stories of people with a similar journey would be greatly appreciated ! Thanks!
  3. Hello all! I was recently hired by a small land trust. As a land trust, we are obligated to monitor land trust properties and conservation easements at least once a year. Recently we were awarded a small grant to buy a Phantom 3 Pro. We bought it so we could get aerial photos of the properties from another perspective besides ground monitoring. There are certain land use restrictions on the properties, and we want the aerials to monitor changes on the land. The largest property we monitor is 400 acres. We would like these aerial maps to be easily repeatable so we can compare them year after year. What software would you recommend to get the photos and stitch them together. On a 400 acre property, would it be better to make four 100 acre maps (or even smaller)? We are located in southeast Ohio so the area is hilly with total elevation change of probably not more than 300 feet. We are a non-profit that doesn't have a large budget, so please keep this in mind when answering.
  4. Hello! Can anyone explain to me the problem that I had when I took a video of the golf course? I have lines coming through my video and I think it's either backwash from my props. Is there any way I can correct this? I flew backwards and that seems to be the problem...but who wants to fly backwards? Thanks for the input in advance. I'm trying to upload a video but the 4k is too much!
  5. I've had my P3P for a couple of months and am always looking for new avenues of information. Actually, I've got 2 P3Ps. I trusted the altitude reading and flew my first one into a tree, which sent it onto the pavement below. I got impatient and bought another one, while I decided what to do with the damaged one. I ended up sending it to DJI for repair, and decided to keep both, rather than selling one. I live on a farm in north central Illinois, about 7 miles from the Wisconsin state line. I have a recreational pilots license, but haven't flown in quite a few years. The flying bug is still in my blood, and my passion is photography. So when this UAV thing got going, I couldn't resist how it melded those two interests into a nearly perfect platform. Since I started posting some of my photos on the internet, I've been getting a few requests for "doing some jobs". Since that can cause problems with the FAA, I haven't pursued them. I was going to go for a 333 exemption, but just today, the FAA announced the new process. So my next step is to check into what that entails.
  6. 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
  7. A short clip of some snowmobile wheelie action. Check us out on instagram. @adrenalineaerial. Enjoy.