while comments of 'build your own' are relevant for PC's etc to think you can build yourselves a drone with the capabilities of this or a mavic for instance for this price are in cloud cuckoo land. A shop bought PC uses the same motherboard/power supply/graphics card/processor etc that can be bought by the general public at many places and its a simple matter of plugging them all together...have done many times... but you cant do this with a drone like a DJI/Autel/Yuneec one....they all use their own propriety circuitry/molds/batteries/gimbals/cameras etc Yes you can build an fpv racer type drone with a CF frame easily but try building one with foldable arms, a 3 axis gimbal,obstacle avoidance sensors (though the Anafi doesnt have them many similar priced ones like the mavic air/spark etc do) inteligent batteries, dedicated transmitter (some with display) dedicated software with point of interest orbits/ follow mode etc. there are some vids on youtube of some home made ones doing basic avoidence and follow etc but nothing as sophisticated as a commercial product and certainly not on anything that can fit in the palm of your hand...most are big ugly birds nests of wire etc. Dont get me wrong....I am a lifelong RC modeler and admire such builds but to expect 'joe public' to 'just build one' is a bit naive.
same price at currys
classic hukd comment ticks all the boxes
That's really good info
That's the reply I got from CAA when I enquired directly with them. "Thank you for your email. From the information you have provided I can confirm the TV company may purchase your footage and your actions would not be deemed commercial. I believe the situation you describe falls under the example below: Advertising revenue received as a result of persons visiting a website or social media page where video or photographic stills shot from a drone are displayed/posted. This is because these types of web-pages may be legitimately used to post recreational video material that was not commissioned by another party but was conceived and wholly funded by the poster. Please note however this would not apply if the photographic material had been directly commissioned by another party for the purposes of display or marketing on their website. Regards"