Australia proposes potentially high fees to fly recreational and commercial model aircraft, requiring a large fee to be paid for each aircraft in use.
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Camera sales continue to plunge. Thomas Stirr observes that unit sales numbers have retreated to 1985 levels. As the market changes, and manufacturers may quit the business, or at least cancel existing camera lines, should you sell or future proof? He has some thoughts on that which you may find helpful.
#Gatwick #drone fiasco now believed to have been caused by an employee at the airport #drones #gatwickdrones
Now they are calling it an “inside job”.
Very clever way to add an off camera exposure trigger to cameras that lack cable release or remote control inputs.
Camera reviews are largely sales pitch tools, today, with numerous reviewers conveniently offering links to retailers, for which the reviewer receives a sales commission if a sale results. Consequently, reviewers have incentives to push you towards ever more expensive camera gear. The quoted text in the image “We don’t often get excited about $900 cameras” says it all – unless you are spending mega bucks, you aren’t a serious photographer! Ha ha!
Reporters turn against VR and now suggest that virtual reality has failed to achieve lift off and people are losing interest in VR tech.
Britain moves to license and register all model aircraft operators, under penalties for non-compliance with new rules.
The alleged drones over Gatwick, shutting the airport for 36 hours may never have existed. Sussex Police now acknowledge that they themselves were flying their own drones at Gatwick Airport. The entire story has fallen apart, yet the damage to the model aircraft community by hysterical media has been intense.