Oct 07, 2018 Yes, it looks like a vineyard. And that's what it is. But we didn't shoot in black & white as the title may assume. BW stands for Baden-Wuerttemberg, which is a province in Southern Germany. And it's also difficult for German natives to pronounce correctly! The best you can experience here is the wonderful landscape, and that's what we were here for. Although it was hard to concentrate on the work, regarding the beautiful scenery, we were able to shoot some terrific pictures with our drone for a movie that will be displayed in the cinemas next year.

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May 17, 2018 It's a long time ago that I had to pass an examination. But since some months it's the law in Germany that you prove your skills with handling a drone, if you wanna do this for a  job. So we went to the north of Germany - to Bremen, where not only the famous Beck's beer is brewed but also the European Flight Academy by Lufthansa is situated. After answering some questions, ... read the full story

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Mar 25, 2017 Firstly I thought, this would be like Nerds 'R Us. But after a short while I realized, it was even worse. It was meant to be a workshop for professional drone pilots. But at least half of the participants seemed not to have any experience in flying a drone at all. Luckily all the drones were supported by GPS navigation, so no one had to worry about navigation mistakes. ... learn more

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Oct 23, 2015 Although it looks like a timebomb or something, this construction is very harmless. What you see here is: four batteries beeing loaded for flight tests with our gopro-drone. Some adjustments are necessary, so we need full batteries with maximum power. In the middle you find the charger where the batteries are connected to. The tanks below contain nothing important - really!

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Mar 31, 2014 This is super hightech: Coming with motion- and acceleration sensor as well as GPS-navigation this drone carries easily a GoPro camera. Its small size makes it perfect for action shoots and since you can fold it, it's easy to take it to every place you want.
Right now, there are still some test flights to do - in order to optimize the handling of the drone itself and to configure the movement correction of the camera gimbal. Although we have to say, it's almost pretty good.

Stay connected to see the further progress.

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