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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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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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A table summary of the basic stats of consumer drone, click through and select the specification on each listing for more infoDroneDJI RYZE TelloYuneec Mantis QDJI SparkYuneec Typhoon HDJI Mavic AirDJI Mavic 2 ZoomDJI Mavic 2 ProDJI P4 Pro V2Price£99.00£449.99£579.00£729.00£769.00£1099.00£1299.00£1589.00Flight time (mins)1333162521313130Max Video Recording Quality720p 30 FPS4k 30 FPS1080p 30 FPS4k 30 FPS4k 30 FPS4k 30 FPS4k 30 FPS4k 60 FPSMax FPS (frames per second)30 FPS at 720p60 FPS at 1080p30 FPS at 1080p120FPS at 1080p120 FPS at 1080p120 FPS at 1080p120 FPS at 1080p120 FPS at 1080pMax sti..
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