PlayStation Vue Vs Sling Tv

Ultimate Comparison Of The PlayStation Vue Vs Sling Tv Streaming live

The rise of smartphones and Wi-Fi-enabled TVs has played a great role in making this a reality. More families prefer streaming over cable TV since they have more control over what they watch and when they watch it.

DJI Mavic Pro – 5 Tips For New Pilots


DJI Mavic Pro – Tips For Flying In The Night

Rockies By Air

Here are some shots of the Rockies from the air filmed with my DJI Mavic Pro.

Learn To Fly

How To Fly A Drone – Think It’s Easy, Think Again!

If you just bought a drone, it is time to unpack and take off – well almost, because learning to fly without prior knowledge is not as easy as you think!

So that you can move safely through the air with your quadrocopter and do not need spare parts too quickly, these tips should serve as a guide to learning to fly.

Unpack the drone and carry out a check
The first thing is to check if all parts are sitting on the copter, or if something wobbles. Now and then there are production and processing errors that cause mini drones such as quadrocopters to crash too fast. If everything goes well, it should be checked whether batteries (in the remote control as in the drone) are fully loaded and whether the binding of copter and remote control works. If so, it may be the actual flying.

Learn To Fly

Learn to fly a drone: Step 1

No matter what you plan to do with your drone, take-off and landing are essential components and critical moments in a multicopter’s life. Therefore, learning to fly should spend the first time focusing solely on getting the drone to safely take off and land. For this, I recommend setting up a “helipad”: choose a larger room (the more space you have available, the better) and mark a point on the ground as the take-off and landing area. I liked to use an area that was about the size of a shoebox and marks it. In order to learn to take off and land with a drone, you should now spend at least 5 minutes picking up inside the helipad, rising to a height of 50 centimeters,

To do this, move the left-hand stick of your remote control gently and evenly upwards until the drone slowly takes off. By removing the push the quadrocopter sinks again.

This has two advantages: on the one hand, it is not so easy to provide a steady boost, on the other hand, defining an exact position brings at least a little fun and challenge into this rather boring lesson.

You can start and land clean? Great, then you are ready for the second step, which brings a little movement in the matter.

Learn to fly a drone: Step 2

In the second step, the right joystick is used, which defines “Nick” and “Roll” commands. These are responsible for acceleration and lateral movements.
To do this, start the drone in the helipad, climb to 50 centimeters and fly 2-3 meters forward. There you stop and fly back to the helipad, where you land again.

To move the drone forward or backward, move the right stick gently and evenly forward / backward. This causes the thrust distribution to be distributed to different engines, causing the drone to tip and move forward or backward.

Try to be as precise as possible with the pitch-stick. In this way you will quickly learn how clearly your commands are transmitted from the remote control to the drone.

Tip: Entry-level drones usually have several flight modes that pass the commands you send differently directly to the quadrocopter (similar to a filter). In this way beginner mistakes in learning to fly are avoidable.

If you master the forward and backward flying, you can do the lateral movements that work analogously.

To do this, move the right joystick gently and evenly to the right and left.

Exercise: Fly an X and learn to combine pitch and roll axes.

Learning to fly a drone: Step 3

In order for you to really fly a drone, spinning around your own axis must be like a one. You will see that this can be a challenge!
We start again in the helipad, take off, remain at 50 cm height, but instead of just waiting, we turn the drone by 360 degrees around its own axis and land again in the landing area.

For turning around its own axis, move the left stick gently and evenly to the left or to the right, without removing any thrust.

If you have completed the 360 degree turn, it is safe to land again. This is best practiced many times, because the “yaw” belongs to the agile flight and you crash easily without practice, as soon as the drone turns unexpectedly.

Learning to fly a drone: Step 4

You master these basics from the FF and can steer the Quadrocopter safely through the air of the home living room? Then it will be time for new challenges such as outdoor flights and – in the case of small mini drones – “missions” such as landing on shelves, etc. In this way, you will learn to apply and interweave practiced patterns in different situations.

Please note that you have sufficient knowledge of outdoor flying, do not endanger the privacy and physical well-being of your fellow human beings and are aware that the private liability is insufficient and you need a drone insurance .

Things To Consider

7 Factors to Consider When Buying Drones

When it comes to buying drones, you need to consider several factors.

It will ensure you select one that suits your needs, for example, photography or racing activities. Lightweight models are in most cases budget friendly and enable you to capture the best videos, which mean young should consider buying them. On the other hand, heavier models will serve you well in the case of high winds and will last long. It means you should consider your needs before deciding to buy a drone. In this informative post, we’ll look at features to look for when purchasing drones.

Controllable Range

One important factor to consider when choosing the best drone is the range that you can control it. Many models have ranges of 30m, which means that it’s the farthest you can manage it. The distance is especially important if you want to capture aerial footage. High-end models provide you with longer ranges, meaning you should check your budget estimates to enable you to buy the best ones.

Camera Type

Another consideration is the camera type. Some models may come with their camera, while others require you to have a product such as GoPro attached to them. When buying a drone, consider one with an inbuilt camera, the being that they are lighter and are more functional. Make sure you check the number of megapixels, video resolution, camera distance and whether you can control the camera angle.


Check the design of the drone you’re buying. That’s because advancements are being made in the design of drones. High-end models now come with GPS capability, which enables the drone to adjust for wind or even return to its base. Drone designs ensure you enjoy the best balance and control when flying your drone. Other factors to consider are the dimensions and weight of the drone. For instance, drones will require more power to operate but will do well in the case of high winds. If you want a smooth flight, consider buying one that comes with GPS capability.

Battery Life

Make sure you check the battery life. It will ensure that you buy a drone that will serve you for extended periods. Remember to check the charging time, since you want one that you can charge fast. Most models come with batteries that take two hours to charge. Some drones can fly for 6 minutes, while others take 12 minutes before the battery needs to be recharged. Consider buying drones that come with replacement batteries since they help you when your battery dies or if it can no longer hold a charge.

Speed and Height

The height and speed of your drone should match your needs. For instance, if you want to capture live-action videos during games, you need a drone that can reach heights of 300 feet, which will ensure you get the whole field. Most drones have speeds of 10-15 miles per hour. If you want to take videos of games or parties, you should buy a drone that provides you with the best speed.

Replacement Options

Some parts of your drone may need to get replaced or repaired, which means you should purchase a drone with equipment that you can easily find. Bear in mind that if you choose models that don’t allow easy replacement; your drone will be useless in the case that anything breaks. Replacement parts include propellers, batteries and gears.

Live Feed

Most high-end drones have the live feed feature. You receive the live feed on your computer, Smartphone or tablet. The live feed may also be available on the controller, which is the best option if you want precise flying. A controller with the LCD display will in most cases have a feed which is sent and lets you see what the camera is capturing in real-time. If you want to take aerial videos of real estate property or parties, you should consider buying a drone that offers the live feed feature.

Many apps exist which enable streaming to your Smartphone, tablet or computer. However, the capabilities of streaming vary from one drone to another, which means you should compare drones before purchasing them.

Purchasing the best drones should be a smooth experience using the above informative post. Remember to read online reviews of drones to ensure you buy models that match your needs.

4k drone video sample

4k Cinematic Sample Footage From Canada

Some new footage I shot with my 4k mavic pro! I love this thing, and I hope you like video, we’ll be doing more!