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Started by sausageroll, Friday,August 16, 2013, 00:56:59
Quote from: sausageroll on Friday,August 16, 2013, 00:56:59 I was at Beaconsfield services the other day and they are building a wetherspoons pub there. [...] I mentioned the camera drone setup and he said we should take some photos. So, we did.
Quote from: sausageroll on Friday,August 16, 2013, 00:56:59 These were all taken with gopro3, on medium 7mp mode, taking a photo every 10 seconds. Im using a DJI 5.7ghz fpv link and a monitor on a stand (no goggles).
Quote from: sausageroll on Friday,August 16, 2013, 12:51:55 The carpark area where we took off was part of the building site, and entirely under control of the foreman, who gave us permission to fly.We were at least 620M from the motorway at all times. We were at least 240M away from the nearest road (not a motorway) at all times.We were flying over water (that lake you can see in the pictures), the building site - empty at the time, or the grass area at the back - closed off to the public by the building contractor. At no point were we over cars or property not under our control. We did fly over the Ibis hotel, but its being worked on and is under the control of the builders, and that end section is empty anyway. We observed the 400ft ceiling, highest altitude we reached was about 70M. We never came within the 50M limit of ';persons not under our control';. The whole outside area of the service area was closed off by the builders and it was their site to control and was empty of the public. All the builders on site knew we were there and were wearing hard hats anyway. I checked the CAA Notams prior to flying. The area to the left is parking for ambulances and staff only, and there were no people there. I still have no idea why they park so many ambulances there. We were 240M away from the services building that was not under the control of the building contractors. At all times the 50M from persons not under our control rule was adhered to, as was the 30M landing rule, and the 150M from 1000 people or more rule. The ceiling of 400 feet and the line of sight 500M away rule also never came into question as we were flying about 50M away from the take off position. I was also doing this recreationally, not being paid, and as such, I have 15 million pounds PLI insurance.
Quote from: sausageroll on Friday,August 16, 2013, 13:09:10 My new flame hard hat that i practiced hydrographic print transfer on. lol. I need more practice at hydrographic painting but its a start. https://fbcdn-sphotos-d-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/998240_10151773423827570_198121174_n.jpg
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