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Drones and Desert Dust Devils!

Had some fun flying the new Panasonic EVA1 Camera in the Mojave desert. 

The DJI M600 did remarkably well in the desert dust devils. With winds gusting to 30MPH, having the super lightweight EVA1 as a payload helped out tremendously! Looking forward to flying this camera a lot more in the future. 

Here's a BTS clip of the M600 taking off in a giant gust!


Here is the final product, Near to Superstition by Director/DP Elle Schneider

 

 

51 Miles in 51 Minutes: A trip down the LA River

51 Miles in 51 Minutes:  A trip down the LA River

"Viewings of "Exquisite Corpse" and all of the Current:LA artworks and events are free to the public — a reminder that, even in the middle of a drought at the tail end of recession, civic generosity is flowing."

DJI's new GEO Software

Really excited to try out the more advanced Geofencing software by DJI!
Get more information on DJI's Geospatial Environment Online (GEO) new software here!


https://www.engadget.com/2016/07/05/dji-geofencing-system-drone-controller-app/

FAA Guidelines: Part 107

The new addition to the FAA guidelines promises big changes for the future of commercial droning. This part is intended to simplify and streamline the licensing process, increase safety of operators, technicians, and bystanders, and broaden the abilities of drone operators.  

Our friends over at Skyward have compiled a handy summary, comparing the 333 Exemption to the new part 107.  Click the photo below to check it out!
 

The FAA's most recent guidelines will no longer require that a commercial drone operator hold a pilot's license 

The FAA's most recent guidelines will no longer require that a commercial drone operator hold a pilot's license