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Bimey...as a CCA licenced operator in the UK it's been drummed in to me that the minimum seperation betwen my drone and a member of the public is 50 metres.......

 

that looks a tad closer

 

km

 

 

btw ..it's gimBAL , not gimBLE

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2 minutes ago, RedSnapper said:

Bimey...as a CCA licenced operator in the UK it's been drummed in to me that the minimum seperation betwen my drone and a member of the public is 50 metres.......

 

that looks a tad closer

 

km

That was about 2 meters i would say, i did eventually meet up with the 2 lads flying it. To be honest the quality of the image  from that tiny camera was very very impressive.

Andy 

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12 minutes ago, RedSnapper said:

Bimey...as a CCA licenced operator in the UK it's been drummed in to me that the minimum seperation betwen my drone and a member of the public is 50 metres.......

 

that looks a tad closer

 

km

 

 

btw ..it's gimBAL , not gimBLE

Thanks Km i have just updated my tags.

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I had a longer range one stalk me on a bike ride through some range roads once...never did find where the operator was, but wasn't looking too hard...was very creepy.

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Just now, MandyD said:

I had a longer range one stalk me on a bike ride through some range roads once...never did find where the operator was, but wasn't looking too hard...was very creepy.

 

Just now, MandyD said:

I had a longer range one stalk me on a bike ride through some range roads once...never did find where the operator was, but wasn't looking too hard...was very creepy.

I think this had a range of 8km according to the lad operating it.

Andy

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2 minutes ago, aphperspective said:

 

I think this had a range of 8km according to the lad operating it.

Andy

that makes sense....I went about 10km before I lost him

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25 minutes ago, RedSnapper said:

you should see the full size images.....

 

Yes; it's another way of working...

 

km

Does the camera take RAW,  todays tech is really pushing the limits of small.

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13 minutes ago, RedSnapper said:

yes......Mine is a Phantom 4 Pro...20mp camera.......bigger than the Mavic that you saw

 

km

You could put together a decent port without leaving the house with that then. 

Andy

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On 04/04/2018 at 21:40, RedSnapper said:

yes......Mine is a Phantom 4 Pro...20mp camera.......bigger than the Mavic that you saw

 

km

 

Crikey!  At nearly £1600 it will need to earn a lot of dosh to pay for itself. Plus your course and insurance costs as well. I assume you have to pay for a yearly licence too?

 

Allan

 

 

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2 hours ago, RedSnapper said:

already paid for itself plus the cost of the training 

 

marketing and promotion is the key

 

km

You will be able to shoot those starling murmuration" from a whole new perspective, you must have shot them from every other angle judging by the ones on your portfolio.:mellow:

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15 hours ago, aphperspective said:

You will be able to shoot those starling murmuration" from a whole new perspective, you must have shot them from every other angle judging by the ones on your portfolio.:mellow:

 

It would be interesting to be taking images from the ground when the drone is among the Starlings. Just see the drone in the centre of the image with a clear area all around then the Starling all milling around the clear area.:)

 

Allan

 

 

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