A step-by-step guide on how to register your drone with the Federal Aviation Administration.
If you own a drone that weighs between 0.55 and 55 pounds, and you plan to fly it outdoors, you need to register your drone with the Federal Aviation Administration, or FAA, as a Small Unmanned Aircraft System (sUAS).
Don’t worry though, registration is easy.
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It’s a drone flyer’s worst nightmare: Dying battery, dropping altitude, and a large puddle/pond/lake/ocean of water that will determine whether the drone lives to see another flight, or dies in a watery grave.
There’s just something about drones and water.
They love it!
Ok, so most drones are pretty much destroyed the second they touch water, but that doesn’t stop them from heading towards water when something goes wrong. It’s like a moth to a flame.
Here are five flyers that know firsthand the peril of drones and water:
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If you’re looking for a fresh dose of amazing drone photos and videos in your Instagram feed, check out these 9 must-follow accounts.
Instagram is great, but it can be hard to find new accounts to follow.
To help solve that problem, I put together a list of 9 drone pilots that consistently share impressive, amazing, and inspiring work.
I dare you to try and follow them without double tapping every photo!
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