Martine Deblois Dji Phantom June 13th, 2018 - 17:30:24
The drone operators monitor the captured images and try to identify the signs for illegal killing activities unregistered vehicles on animal tracks wired fences cut and other suspicious movements. With so much promised the use of drones in stopping the killers of the wild is in its nascent stage. It is an effort to initiate improvements so that the massacre of wild animals can be put to a stop. But the concept is definitely worth a consideration.
There are plenty of different drones in the marketplace but one of the best I have piloted is the DJI Phantom 3 Professional. Capable of 4K ultra-high definition video this drone also produces live streams video to iOS and Android devices so that the pilot can see exactly what the drone is seeing. The really unique feature about this particular model is the presence of Vision Positioning system which allows for stable and predictable flight whenever a GPS signal is not available. Of course outside with GPS reception this drone is capable of automatic landings and takeoffs and built-in programming of no-fly zones.
The DJI Phantom 3 is a professional drone that should be in the arsenal of any serious hobbyist or video production company. The user-friendly performance is miles above many of the lower priced models many drone pilots learn on and the massive technical wizardry involved in this unit underscore that point. This model is made to bring video from UAVs to the next level and it succeeds in every way. National Geographic is a great channel. As much as it brings wildlife in a totally different frame in front of us it also brings the ugly side that wildlife has to face in the hands of a class that is supposed to be intelligent and compassionate- mankind.
You can program time interval shots you can shoot in RAW format which is something not even GoPros offer. Another great feature of the Vision is the GPS safety feature. If you lose control of it and lose it the quadcopter will transmit the last known GPS coordinates so that you can still track it down. Some of the drawbacks of going with a commercial product instead of building it yourself is that you have to deal with the proprietary nature of the product. For example with the DJI Vision you are limited to the batteries that it takes.