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 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 John Goglia , Forbes Heads up! You no longer need to register your drone with the FAA as a hobbyist. However, you still need to have your Part 107 certification and registration if you want to operate your drone commercially. In a stunning David versus Goliath case, John A. Taylor, a model aircraft […]Read more "Federal Appeals Court Voids FAA Registration Rule For Model Aircraft"
January 8, 2016 by Scott Roeder, borrowlenses.com UPDATE: Lenstag, the service that collects serial numbers from your gear and keeps them in a registry to be flagged and indexed online if they get ever stolen, now has free apps for iOS and Android in multiple languages. Some features include: gear name auto-complete, picture-taking of your gear right […]Read more "Lenstag: Discouraging Camera and Lens Theft One Registered Serial at a Time"
December 23, 2015 by Richard Harrington, Rhed Pixel Learn why you need to resister your drone with the FAA in order to fly in the United States. This covers policies that affect hobbyist and commercial flyers. If you fly a drone, quadcopter, model airplane, or UAS in the United States airspace, the Federal Aviation Administration […]Read more "Understanding the FAA’s New Drone Registration Policies"
May 14, 2011 by Jon Chappell, Digital Rebellion Everyone hates it – the annoying “please register” screen that pops up every 5 or 6 launches of Final Cut Pro and Apple’s other ProApps. Of course, the easiest way to get rid of it is to just register but that may not always be practical or […]Read more "How to banish the Final Cut Pro registration screen forever!"