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The Best Accessories for a Drone Operator in 2024

As drone technology continues to advance, the accessories market evolves, offering drone operators innovative tools to enhance their flying experience, ensure safety, and capture breathtaking footage. In 2024, whether you’re a professional aerial photographer, a hobbyist, or a commercial drone operator, equipping yourself with the right accessories is crucial. This article explores the best must-have…

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Choosing the Right Drone for your Production

Choosing the right drone for your production can be a daunting task, but with the right information and guidance, you can find the drone that best fits your needs. There are many different drones on the market, each with its own unique capabilities and features. To help you make the right choice, we’ve put together…

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How Drones Are Being Used In The Construction Industry

How Drones Are Used In The Construction Industry Drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), are increasingly being used in the construction industry for a variety of purposes, including: Surveying and mapping: Drones equipped with high-resolution cameras and other sensors can be used to quickly and accurately survey construction sites, creating detailed 3D maps and models…

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Why is FPV Drone Filming great for TV and Film Productions?

FPV (first-person view) drone filming can be a great option for TV and film productions because it allows for a unique perspective that can be difficult or impossible to capture with traditional cameras. FPV drones are equipped with cameras that can capture high-quality video footage from a variety of angles and heights, giving filmmakers the…

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London Congested Area Drone Filming Specialists

Can you fly a drone in London? London’s airspace is full of restricted areas, heliports and airports all of which have their own requirements when applying for drone permissions. Over the past decade our team has built up a system to fast track permissions, ensure that all relevant authorities are aware of our operations and…

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Construction Site Progress & Development – Aerial Photography

The use of aerial photography in the construction industry has mainly revolved around showcasing finished projects for external marketing purposes. Since the start of 2017 Dronescope has provided clients with repeatable drone based images that can be accurately compared over the duration of the project. The ability to provide the same framing week by week or month by month allows clients to evaluate the progress effectively, ensure deadlines are being met and investors have a visual method of tracking any progress.

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On Set With Buffalo Pictures For Series 8 of Doc Martin

Back in 2017 we provided the aerial film for series 8 of the hit ITV comedy drama Doc Martin. After a brief meeting with the director & associate producer we ended up going with the Inspire 2 as our drone of choice. Although the director wanted to shoot on a full frame sensor the benefits of using the I2 & X5S combo far outweighed the drawbacks, bearing in mind this was pre X7 camera days where the micro 4/3 sensor was the only option. 

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