Good morning, here are yesterday’s headlines with 5 tips for real estate drone photography, DJI Ocusync versus DJI Lightbridge, drone swarms for marines, DJI Enterprise Shield and a DJI Mavic Pro capturing a daredevil skiing down the K2 mountain. Lastly, we have a video from a commercial drone operator who is being confronted, some people might say ‘harassed’, by a concerned resident.
- 5 tips for taking better real estate photos with your drone
- DJI OcuSync vs. DJI Lightbridge – What’s the difference?
- Marines testing drone swarms controlled from a single operator
- DJI introduces DJI Enterprise Shield a customizable drone repair and replacement plan for commercial drone fleets
- DJI Mavic Pro captures first person to ever ski down the K2 mountain summit
Here’s an interesting video of a commercial drone operator on a job in California who is confronted, some people might say ‘harassed’, by a local resident. The resident is concerned about his privacy even though Chris, the drone pilot, explains to him that he is droning to capture footage over a construction project across the street. Eventually, the cops are called and they tell the neighbor to leave the drone operator alone to do his job. Throughout the whole episode, Chris stays calm and professional. Thumbs up for Chris for keeping his cool!
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