Now you can program in a flight with DJI Ground Station

Ground Station for the Phantom 2 Vision and the Phantom 2 Vision+ has arrived. Now you can program in a flight, let go of your controller and focus on getting the shot you want. Features: -...

Teradek Clip Review with Steve Maller

We accompanied Bay Area based photographer and aerial cinematographer Steve Maller to field test the new Teradek Clip, the only wireless HD video transmitter to the iPad. We sat him down to ask his...

Academy of Model Aeronautics response to FAA

The Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) has reviewed FAA’s recently released Interpretive Rule in which the agency provided its interpretation of the “Special Rule for Model Aircraft” established by Congress as part of the FAA Modernization...

Projector Drone By I-Drone

The ‘Projector Drone’ is one of our favourite in-house projects. It is capable of beaming news, games, film and advertising onto the world around it. This proof of concept build is able to fly for...

DJI Phantom 2 quadcopter on an H3-3D gimbal

Some clips from Ocean Grove and Asbury Park in NJ. I fried my FPV transmitter so all of this was done with line of sight. You don't realize how much you rely on that for...

3D Printed Drone

Rapid prototype of a quadcopter created with a 3D printing pen. Build time was approximately 2.5 hours. The 3D pen used: 3DAirPen The quadcopter parts came from RC Eye One:

Whale Watching with Action Drone at Puerto Vallarta!

Pilot and edit by: Manuel Santos AD1 by ActionDrone (Americas; Europe; Dubai;) (Australia, New Zealand)  


This film is an extended cut of the projects that Brooklyn Aerials has been involved with this year. Copter: Cinestar 8 Heavy Lift Octocopter Cameras: RED Epic Dragon, Epic, Scarlet and Canon 5D mk3 ML RAW Director...

Beijing From Above & The Story of How I Was Detained

Before I tell you the story of being detained by the Chinese (and, like Taborlin the Great, I similarly did not have key, coin, or candle), I’ll share the video I made! I would...

Drones over America

JUNE 22, 2014, 7:22 PM | Will the skies of the future be filled with buzzing drones? Morley Safer explores the new, hardly regulated world of commercial drones. Source: CBSNews

AirDog: World’s First Auto-follow Drone for GoPro Camera

AirDog is a small, agile, foldable quadcopter, especially designed for filmmakers and action sports enthusiasts who use GoPro cameras. Like its canine namesake, AirDog automatically follows you wherever you go, whatever you do. It’s not...

Skynamic: Mathildenhöhe 4K Aerials

We spent probably the hottest day of this month outside filming the Mathildenhöhe in Darmstadt, one of the most important places in the Jugendstil era. WATCH in 4K: The Drone Team on Facebook:  

Skysense: charge pad technology for drones

Skysense traveled from Berlin, Germany to showcase their new charge pad technology for multirotors. Source:

Filming with Phantom 2 and Gopro by Philip Bloom

All shots around the local children at the pier were filmed with my second Phantom fitted with prop guards for extra caution. This was shot on my holiday (yes my passion is also my job!)...

VIDEO: Outside the Lines – Drones in Sports, ESPN

  News Source: Nathan L. Hogan

Drones usage increases

Some Bay State businesses are already putting drones in the air to boost their bottom line as the Federal Aviation Administration hints it may be open to some commercial uses of the hovering craft. “It’s...

The FAA To Test Drones In Nevada

The FAA is ready to test drones in Nevada, the agency has said. This marks the third operational drone-testing location that the FAA has kicked live. The Insitu ScanEagle drone will be used in this case. The...

Paper Planes Transform Into Tiny Drones

Technology Transforms Hobby Craft, Fueling Issues About Air Space. DURHAM, N.C.—It took Chuck Pell less than a minute to build his drone. He folded a piece of paper 11 times, clipped on a battery-powered plastic propeller...

Drones Already Revolutionized Hollywood—And Have the Oscar to Prove It

The Federal Aviation Administration is considering letting Hollywood production companies fly drones to film movies. But, regardless of what they decide, drones aren't going to revolutionize the movie industry. Why? Because they already have. Earlier this...