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  • Drones -- one of the biggest buzzwords today.
    It's one of the most controversial technologies in the world. businesses are being fined for using them in the US, but Amazon plans to start using them to deliver packages in America.

    That buzzing you hear in the sky, if you haven't heard them I promise you will.

  • Amazon Prime Air

    We're excited to share Prime Air - something the team has been working on in our next generation R&D lab. The goal of this new delivery system is to get packages into customers' hands in 30 minutes or less using unmanned aerial vehicles. Putting Prime Air into commercial use will take some number of years as we advance technology and wait for the necessary FAA rules and regulations. This is footage from a recent test flight

    Review: Parrot AR Drone 2.0

    Parrot AR.Drone 2.0 with Outdoor Hull (Orange/ Blue)

    Parrot AR.Drone 2

    • The Parrot AR.Drone 2.0 is an advanced ready-to-fly Wi-Fi controlled quadricopter, suitable for operation indoors or outside
    • Steer the AR.Drone 2.0 by tilting a Smartphone backwards or forwards, left or right and autopilot to take off, hover and land
    • Get high definition live streaming directly to your Smartphone or Tablet screen, plus a recording facility and precision control
    • Includes a high capacity lightweight lithium polymer battery for up to 15 minute flights, plus a mains charger with international adaptors
    • The AR.Drone 2.0 requires a compatible Smartphone or Tablet for operation (not included).

  • Gizmag reviews the Phantom 2 Vision quadcopter

DJI Innovations recently released its Phantom 2 Vision quadcopter, the camera-equipped successor to its popular Phantom model. Since then, we've received a review unit from the company, and gave it a whirl. Boy oh boy, did we ever like it!

  • Tested: DJI Phantom 2 Vision+ Quadcopter Drone

It may sound like the buzzing of a swarm of bees, but it's actually the whirring of the new DJI Phantom Vision+ quadcopter that we've been testing. We head out to Treasure Island to get some flying lessons and then sit down to explain why we're so excited about RC drone technology. The first part of this video was actually shot with the Phantom 2 Vision+!

DJI Phantom FC40 Aerial UAV Drone Quadcopter with Built in 2.4 GHz Camera


  • Detachable First-Person View Camera
  • 6-channel, 5.8GHz Wi-Fi Transmitter
  • Naza-M V2 Flight Controller with IOC
  • 2.4GHz Wi-Fi Downlink for Mobile Devices
  • Up to 984' Transmitter & 328' FPV Range
  • The Phantom FC40 is the beloved Phantom, all grown up. It comes with its own built in DJI designed smart camera with 720p/30fps HD video support, and iOS or Android app control. Using a 2.4G Wi-Fi connection, it provides a full FPV experience at up to 100m. It's the ideal choice for those getting started with aerial cinematography. With new 5.8G Remote Control and Receiver. See All Phantom Features MORE Featherweight 2.4G Wi-Fi Camera With 720p/30fps HD Video User Friendly Smartphone App For First Person View(FPV) 10x Digital Zoom Function While In FPV Low Latency Live Preview Remote Control Mobile Phone Capture Capture Images & Record Video While Flying In-phone Album Synchronization

  • Once used mostly by the government's, these drones are being found just about everywhere.

    Prices of drones are dropping. A drone can be purchased for under $500, and hobbyists have been taking flight with them more and more.

    They're fairly easy to fly. This one I flew has a GPS built in. You set it by rotating the drone. It'll pick up three to four satellites. Once it takes off, it'll hover where the GPS has been set.

    They have a homing feature, so if it gets out of range, it'll return to its home base, set itself down and turn off.

    To get the full use of a quadcopter, you'll want to attach a camera, like a GoPro, to capture high definition photos or video. The result is video you wouldn't get any other way.

    For a few hundred dollars more you can attach a gimbal, or stabilizer, for smooth video even in high winds.

    People still aren't comfortable with drones flying above them. And there have been several close calls with drones flying too close to airplanes. Yes, airplanes.

    The FAA is having a tough time coming up with rules and regulations about these drones. Right now, hobbyists are self-imposing their own rules. The FAA plans to have something on paper by the end of next year.

    The FAA has banned the use of quadcopters for commericial purposes. A convenience store in Minnesota was fined for using drones to deliver beer to ice fishermen.

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