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The problem with UAV: You can pop down to Maplins and get yourself a DJI Phantom and go fly, shooting video and stills as you whiz flawlessly across your favorite landscape: what’s not to like? The shots you get from … Continue reading
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I have been using a pendulum suspension for a good while now and, although it’s not the lightest method, it has some advantages over the Picavet. robust tangle free no knots to unravel or line to fray less cross line … Continue reading
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I had hoped the modestly priced A2300 would do as a lightweight autoKAP mule but after a handful of flights found the cheap an cheerful approach lost its cheer as I grew weary of its splotchy image quality on 60m … Continue reading
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A quick fly around the model of the Civil War earthwork at Earith; I added an artificial light source to enhance the shallow features. Image quality has taken a tumble to get the animation quickly, The real detail is captured … Continue reading
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With the rig aloft turning in 25 degree steps as fast as the shutter release will allow I tied off and hoped for the best. Even in a gusty Bft5 the 9’Levitation can’t lift my fully loaded bike. as the … Continue reading
I’m shooting an earthwork monument for photogrammetry, and its taken months of patient work by the team at OWLP to get all the required consents, so as soon as I got the email from Natural England confirming permission and the … Continue reading
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‘L’ rig production continues… Having seen the L rigs here a Kapper asked if there were any going spare for sale. I rushed to the parts bin and assembled all the bits I had … and was quite a few … Continue reading