By: Miriam McNabb It’s time. The FAA will now implement some of the changes in regulations for recreational drones which will follow on the passage of the FAA Reauthorization Act passed last year. The FAA Reauthorization Act repealed Section 336 of the previous FAA Reauthorization, which protected recreational aircraft from new laws. The move to repeal came in response to […]Read more "The FAA’s New Rules for Recreational Drones"
by The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) posted a rule in the Federal Register requiring small drone owners to display the FAA-issued registration number on an outside surface of the aircraft. Owners and operators may no longer place or write registration numbers in an interior compartment. The rule is effective on […]Read more "FAA Makes Major Drone ID Marking Change"
By DJI Support To buy, or not to buy is an often asked question when it comes to purchasing many products and sometimes it can be quite the head scratcher working out if it’s the right purchase for you. So, to try and help you make your mind up we’ve compiled 8 excellent reasons to buy a […]Read more "8 Swell Reasons to Buy a Drone"
by David Young, Drone Launch Academy I just finished up putting together an awesome free study guide for people thinking about taking their Part 107 commercial drone exam. 21 Questions You’re Sure to See on the Part 107 Exam [with Detailed Explanations] I’ve been compiling this info for the last several months, and I […]Read more "Questions from the Part 107 Drone Exam"
by Pond5 The portability, image quality, and cost of drones have only gotten better since they first hit the market back in 2006. Today’s drones can shoot 4K, fit into shoulder bags, and even carry gimbals equipped with red cameras and cinema lenses. It’s not a question of whether or not you should include a drone […]Read more "5 Essential Drone Cinematography Tips and Tricks"
by MICHAEL ZHANG, PetaPixel Heads up if you’re a drone-flying photographer in the United States: the government may soon require a physical license plate on the outside of your drone. Bloomberg spotted the proposed rule that was quietly filed in early May 2018. Drone owners are currently required to register their aircraft with the FAA and […]Read more "US May Soon Require Drones to Have Visible License Plates!"
by V. Renee, nofilmschool If you’re ready to take to the skies with your first drone, you’ll want to learn the basics first. Drone technology is getting better and better every year, making it easier for beginners to take it out of the box and take to the skies. However, even the most basic drone […]Read more "Learn How to Fly a Drone in 7 Minutes"