"wow better design then the DJI one which has the gimbal motor on the opposite side causing the camera's lens center to by quite a ways off axis. One would think for a grand that you would get better design from DJI.. who knew."
"Yeah if I disconnect from chat it runs normally. In IE10 it even shows a message at the bottom sometimes that says the page is loading unusually slow do to a script running, sort of message.The annoying part is the entire page loads and…"
"Personally it is in the piss me off slow category.. on both Chrome and IE10.. when clicking on a article on both browsers it takes around 5-10 second to actually scroll down or interact with the page at all... doesn't seem asynchronous at…"
"Opps, didn't realize UAV had been in the tagline for a long time.
I realize they are one and the same technically.. however the word drone as posted in many threads on here has a bad rap. Personally I never say the word 'drone'…"
"I don't think blink codes are copyrightable material.. so why not follow the DJI blink codes? I would much prefer standard blink codes as I don't just fly my Wookong-M or NAZA or APM.. but instead all of them... and have…"
"It must be nice to live in a world without wind :) nothing like making a giant kite. You just don't have the solar power conversion to make a solar quad copter practical since the surface area required to get enough power to fly…"
"you mean like a swimming pool that has a 'swim at your own risk' sort of waver? not sure I would agree with you on that since there are ways to limit exposure in lots of ways.. then your issue would only be gross negligence"
"The right thing to do, the right planning and the right safety.. no one hurt ... good job. These things ARE NOT SAFE.. I don't care how many times people say 'practically uncrashable' and 'safe'.. they are…"
"do you have renderings or pictures of what the other bracket looks like? does it support adjustment to center the lens to the axis centers? Great pricing if it is ready to fly, plug and play.I need a nice gimbal for aerial surveying .. which a…"
"does it support a 230g point and shoot camera like a Canon ELPH? :) (I figure if I keep asking someone would stop making GoPro specific stuff and open the doors to many more customers that personally don't like GoPro, especially in the…"
Sorry for the slow responce, your choice of frame is great I have been flying mine for about 1.5 years and have had no complaints. It is well desigened and has allot of room to do whatever you want. I like the cover it looks good and is great for protection of the electronics. I do have other pics if you want to see how I mounted stuff.
NDVI (and derivatives) can be a very useful tool in precision ag. I currently use an index based on the visible spectrum that works well with my precision ag consulting. But using the visible spectrum has its limitations (able to identify shifts in productivity, but unable to quantify the level of productivity). Basically, I'm able to define management zones, but unable to say whether they are high-yielding or not. NDVI is the next step, especially with variable rate populations, nitrogen, and weed-control.
My goal is in line with your train-on-thought...use affordable UAVs to capture high quality imagery that typically is either cost-prohibitive or poor resolution.
P.S. My background is in Agronomy (crops and soils) with very little experience with software, electronics, etc....well actually enough experience to get me in trouble.
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