So for those of you who don’t know already, we have a new addition… the DJI Inspire RAW, with all the current possible upgrades! What a babe. It is a reliable, slick, small, easy to use machine that provides us with the 4K RAW aerial video and the RAW hi definition aerial photographs our customers expect. Lunar Aerial Imaging is particularly geeking out over the following benefits.
The use of drones for filming and photographing weddings is a growing trend as people see how they can capture the day's atmostphere. Here are 10 tips and things to consider when booking a drone for your wedding.
Drone pilot Greg Chivers from Lunar Aerial Imaging has a love of the water and an enthusiasm for water sports, especially sailing, surfing, kite surfing and all forms of diving. He is a former yacht captain who has sailed the world. It was while working on superyachts that he discovered his passion for drones and developed his skills flying a range of machines over water from the deck of a moving vessel.
Read his top tips.
It was bound to happen. For only £800 000 anybody can now buy some kit that can detect a drone from 5 miles away and then disrupt the drone to the point of a crash should they choose to do so. Ouch! Read more to hear more about the new anti drone technology.
So far we haven’t turned up to a job with a busload of crewmembers, but one thing is certain – there’ll usually be at least two of us – the CAA approved drone pilot and an observer... Read more for the drone observer's perspective on it all.
The Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) is starting to take seriously the business of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (American English for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles - UAVs - or drones).