In his latest YouTube blog, Casey Neistat suggests that he is under investigation by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), due to his illegal drone-related exploits within the airspace of New York, but the FAA have not yet commented officially to confirm the claim.
Updated 22/05/17 with more video footage: A GoPro Karma drone crashed on Sunday, narrowly missing spectators, during a Major League Baseball game in the USA. The incident occurred on Sunday at Petco Park during a game between the San Diego Padres and Arizona Diamondbacks. Continue reading GoPro Karma Drone Crashes Into Crowd At Baseball Game In San Diego, California
In 2015 the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), responsible for policing the American airspace, introduced a policy demanding that all drone pilots register their individual aircraft. Following a court ruling this last week, the policy has been officially reversed. Continue reading FAA Embarrassed By Reversal Of Drone Registration Policy
The GoPro competitor, RunCam, have just published a new product page, hinting at the launch of a new FPV product designed to replace the RunCam 3 which was recently the target of a GoPro law suit. Continue reading RunCam Teaser For New FPV ‘RunCam Split’ Camera Product
Extreme Fliers truly entered the market in 2016 after introducing Micro Drone 3, brought from concept to production via a crowd-funding campaign. Now they have launched their first true-FPV product, the ‘Carbon Fiber Racing Kit’ and we have one of the first. Continue reading EXCLUSIVE FIRST: Extreme Fliers Introduce Carbon Racing Kit (Unboxing, Build & Flight Test Review)