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Finding a Good Aerial Photo/Video Platform

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Gyroscopes and electronic flight controllers are everywhere for a few years now. As a result, R/C flight in general has become so much easier for beginners, and new concepts like multicopter UAVs (or Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) are fairly commonplace these days. With the wide selection of models available,...
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Five Tips for Making a Top Aerial Marketing Video

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That Video is one of the best tools there is for both internet and traditional marketing campaigns is not a secret anymore. Moving images are rapidly gaining popularity among businesses. Significantly higher levels of visitor engagement have been shown time and again in statistics of all kinds, increases...
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Super-Cheap “Training Wheels” Quadcopters

Blade Pico "training wheels" mini quadcopter.
For everyone wanting to learn to fly a multicopter, buying a super-cheap “nanocopter” or similar models that are mostly meant for indoor use can be a good option. Rather than spending close to $1000 right away, buying a $30 to just over $50 copter first is a more...
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Blade 200 QX

Blade 200QX mini quadcopter
One of the very basic but meaningful quadcopters is the Blade 200 QX by HorizonHobbies. Offering everything a full-fledged quadcopter needs and is usually equipped with at the minimum, the Blade 200 QX is ideal for everyone wanting to learn how to fly RC multicopters without spending lots...
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Parrot Low-Cost Quadcopters

The Parrot AR mini drone.
A cheap and useful introduction to multicopter flying for everyone new to drones or to “droning” is the Parrot AR quadcopter. The Parrot AR drone has come a relatively long way. It originated from a simple unit with a foam cover that could easily be modified, tweaked and...
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The Right Equipment

The right equipment is, obviously, the foundation of your AP/V work. This has always been the same, from the early days in the 80s when a good 16mm film camera or a high-quality SLR was the main ingredient in any successful filming or photography assignment right to today’s...
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