Find more Information about the DJI Mini 4 Pro hereFind more Information about the DJI Mini 3 Pro hereDJI Mini 4 ProDJI Mini 3 ProUnder 249 gUnder 249 g1/1.3-inch CMOS Wide-Angle CameraTrue Vertical Shooting1/1.3-inch CMOS Wide-Angle CameraTrue Vertical Shooting4K/60fps HDRSlow Motion: 4K/100fpsNight Shots Video4K/60fps, 4K/30fps HDRSlow Motion: 1080p/120fps-10-bit D-Log M, HLGD-CinelikeOmnidirectional Obstacle Sensing, APAS 5.0Advanced RTH, Waypoint Flight, Cruise ControlForward/Backward/Downward Obstacle Sensing, APAS 4.0Smart RTHDJI O4: Up to 10 km1080p/60fps Live Feed DJI O3: Up to 8 ..
Pix4D Mapper is a good all around pick, it covers many of the features other Pix4D versions are more focused on. Pix4D Mapper is recommended for surveying and mapping, construction, agriculture, public safety and emergency response.Pix4D Matic is the best choice when you are processing very large data sets, it can handle over 10,000 images per project. Pix4D Matic is recommended for surveying and mapping.Pix4D Survey is the choice when you need to extract vector data information from point clouds of any size. Offering TIN and breakline analysis to export to CAD / GIS software. Pix4D Survey is ..
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Pix4D is a comprehensive and powerful software suite that specializes in photogrammetry, a technique used to create detailed 3D models and maps using images captured by drones. It has gained popularity across various industries, including surveying, construction, agriculture, and real estate, thanks to its ability to provide accurate and reliable results for a wide range of applications such as mapping, inspection, and asset management.Photogrammetry, at its core, involves analyzing a collection of images taken from different angles and positions. Pix4D utilizes advanced algorithms to extract ..
The DJI Mavic 3 Pro comes in four types, these are:DJI Mavic 3 ProDJI Mavic 3 Pro Fly More ComboDJI Mavic 3 Pro Fly More Combo with RC ProDJI Mavic 3 Pro Cine Premium Combo with RC ProThe 4 versions share mostly the same accessories to each other; they use the same propellers, batteries, ND filter lenses, they also have identical cameras.The first question you will need to answer is whether you need the cine version.The cine version comes with a 1TB internal SSD and 10 Gbps data transfer cable.This means the cine version can handle recording in Apple ProRes 422, Apple ProRes 422 HQ, and Apple ..
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Coverdrone undertook a Drone User Study during the last quarter of 2022. This article shows some of the headline findings.  The Drone User Study was a survey open to all drone operators across the globe, and received over 3,700 responses. Its purpose was to gain a greater and more in-depth understanding of the needs of drone operators worldwide, determine how operators currently use their drones, and give them the opportunity to share their collective views on the future of the drone industry. With the drone industry evolving and growing at such a rapid rate, the invaluable insight w..
Drone technology has made impressive strides in the last few years and the construction sector has taken notice. Affordable survey-grade drones are making business digitisation accessible to contractors of all sizes and getting the right information from the field is no longer the most frustrating part of a construction worker’s job. Drones are providing construction companies with accurate site data in significantly less time and at a lower cost than traditional options. Innovative firms are leveraging drones to increase efficiency, inject transparency into operations, and reduce safety risks..
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Yuneec H850, What We Know So Far
Yuneec H850 Hexcopter YUNH850EU All content subject to changeWhat we (probably) know:The H850 will be a 6 rotor powerful enterprise drone.It has 2 rotors upside down, speculation of why is so that the drone can have larger propellers closer together.The H850 will be equipped with 2 batteries like the M300 providing up to 60 mins of flight time. Each battery with 13000 mAh capacity. Yuneec's current drones don't sport this capacity so there will be no backwards compatibility for the batteries.It will have the option for a thermal camera.The drone  will use lidar, most likely for..
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A table summary of the basic specs of popular drones, click through and select the specification on each listing for more info. From this info we can see the Mini 2 is the best value drone with it's 3 axis 4k camera at only £549. The H520E being the best value inspection drone with 180x zoom. The Splashdrone 4 at £2598 being a must have if you plan to fly close to water or in medium to heavy rain as not even the M300 at £10,500+ offers close to the same IP protection. The Mavic 3 comes in strong in video quality and battery life with the 2nd highest resolution at 5.1k but 50 FPS vs the Mavic A..
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What do we know about Mavic 3? Below are some of the rumours around what may be includedTwitter user @DealsDrone[1] has leaked some computer generated images of what the Mavic 3 could look like, along with some of the potential specs:4/3" sensor on the main camera1/2" sensor on the second camera7x optical zoom28x digital + optical zoomsupports SSDs up to 1 TB and supports Pro RESOccusync 3 with support up to 15 km in NA, so expect closer to 10 km in UK/EUUSB-C charging45 min flight timeHow valid is this leak? If you look back at the person's previous posts, they posted a drawing of the mavic 3..
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When I heard a new 'Drone-Port' was to be built in Coventry I was very excited. Concept cargo drones such as the 'Sabrewing' pictured below will become reality and take to the skies at some stage during this decade. Electric powered, autonomous and able to take off and land vertically before transitioning to convential flight once airborne will give them endurance, range and efficiency. Over the last five years I have seen loads of articles saying drone deliveries are just round the corner so, hearing that a Drone-Port was to be built I pictured a large site on the edge of an industrial a..
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In all honesty, I have never been interested in flying model aircraft, drones or photography or videography for that matter; so why do I now find myself as the proud owner of a Mavic 2 Pro (commonly referred to as a “flying toaster” by one of my more professional drone colleagues) & why I find myself part way through the completion of my Permissions for Commercial Operations (PfCO) certification?(Incidentally, my colleague flies a drone that weighs about 26Kg – so about the same as a microwave!)The size does not matter - after all, all drones are a bloomin nuisance, just toys and invaders ..
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Below is a quick summary of what the CAA reported on the 21st October 2019 as to what will need to be done in regards to drone regulations.  Who? Everyone who flies a drone above 250 g outside. When? You can register from 5th November 2019, you must be registered by 30th November 2019 onwards. How much? £9 per year. What is FlyerID? A code you need to have on you when flying any drone. To obtain the code you must complete a 20 question multiple choice test every 3 years, you must get at least 16/20 correct. This is free. What is OperatorID? A code you receive after paying £9 every year to..
Coming 1st October 2019[6] the CAA will need to comply with the Government's legislation to implement a drone registration system, it will be mandatory for all people with small unmanned aircraft (SUA) over 250 g to register by the end of November, currently this is set to cost £16.50[1] and will involve an online test, this cost will be finalised in July.Have a look below for common questions and answers.I only fly model aeroplanes, does this new drone law apply to me?Yes, any SUA user, whether it be a model or drone will need to have their SUA registered, and all drone retailers will need to..
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In the past DJI have claimed that their Professional products are modular, but customers have been disappointed when they find out their older drone parts are now useless, for example batteries, propellers, cameras, gimbals and chargers of the Inspire 1 were not at all compatible with the Inspire 2, and all new cameras released for the Inspire 2  were not backwards compatible with the Inspire 1. Customers were also disgruntled when their consumer drone parts cannot be used to reduce the cost of upgrading to a professional level drone - none of the Phantom 4 accessories, camera, remote co..
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