Why do you need a Aerial Camera Drone?
Up until a few years ago, acquiring high production aerial imagery was only accessible to high budget productions companies. Now with the introduction of advanced UAS technology, almost anyone can shoot those amazing cinematic shots. Flying a drone is a relatively simple concept. With a remote controller, you can direct the drone to fly any desired flight path, capturing smooth footage along the way. Essentially, you can call them advanced hovering robots. Recent drone models can fly by remote control, or you can run them through pre-designed and implemented software functions, allowing the vehicles to run on their own, based on the set programs such as: Waypoint Flights, POI (point of interest), Active track modes and more. The use of these vehicles has mostly been found in commercial purposes, until now. Activities such as 3D Mapping, Thermal imagery or searching for lost hikers are some of the areas where drones are already being used. However, reports suggest that personal drones’ usage is also on the rise. Some sources suggest that by 2022, the market for consumer UAS might be worth as much as $21.5 billion. These numbers really show the drone industries true potential.