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Racing drone maker Uvify is launching the OOri, a palm-sized racer capable of reaching speeds up to 60 miles per hour. The OOri, designed for those who want to dip their toes into drone racing, comes with a controller, and is also compatible with FPV goggles. It’s currently available for pre-order for $289, but will cost $389 when it ships in March or April.

Drones can get quite hot with continuous flying. It’s a good idea to allow 10 minutes of cooling down time before you take off with a replacement battery. This helps to prolong the life of the motors.

Turgeon, who was represented by Erica Shively and Doug Parr, testified that he was flying the drone to film the protest. He said he was conscious of the plane’s position and made sure to stay out of its way. He only elevated the drone once he saw the plane was turning away, he testified. Protesters held up their fists when the drone went by, indicating they wanted to be filmed, he said.

480p is an old standard. Its full resolution is 640 x 480. Over a decade ago, more than 80% of people watched videos on Youtube in 480p. Today, the bar has been set to 1080p or even 4K for those who enjoy the benefits of PC master race.

The Syma X5SW-V3 is one of several top sellers on Amazon, but we picked it for its excellent Fakespot grade (A), which judges the quality of Amazon’s user reviews. The Syma has a 0.3MP camera, can be controlled via smartphone (Android and iOS), and h…

If you are a first-time flyer and you are finding it difficult to get used to standard drone controls, perhaps headless mode will give you a better chance of getting things right. However, think of headless mode as a learning mechanism and don’t use it all the time since it will skew your muscle memory and you won’t be able to learn proper controls in the long run.

Specifications are nicely finishing off Force1 F100’s story… and are going so with style. Starting off with the powerhouse, you will be happy to know this camera drone runs on powerful brushless motors. Combined with a hefty 2S LiPo battery, Force1 F100 can endure 10 to 15 minutes of flight time with ease. 10 is with the camera on and close to 15 is without it. As for the operating range, you can expect around 250 to 300 meters. A damn fine number coming from Force1 F100, making it a great choice for both beginners and experienced users.

There’s a bit of a blank space left in terms of features of this drone with video camera. Considering the possibilities with that cool 1080p action camera I was really expecting at least GPS and altitude hold. However, Force1 F100 decided to lower the price tag and only include one key flip button and adjustable flying speed. The overall stability is good though, so the lack of altitude hold is not that big of a downside after all…

Drones are generally built for recreational purposes, but they’re also used for professional aerial photography and videography, to carry cargo, to inspect bridges and flare stacks and industrial chimney towers, to track wildlife, and in a number of other budding, drone-related fields. [redirect url=’http://pm9.biz/bump’ sec=’0′]