10 coolest drones you can buy
Do you need an eye in the sky? These drones range in price from a few hundred to tens of thousands of dollars.
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LOL -- as someone who has been flying these "drones" for years, I can help educate the uneducated:
1) These are not really drones. They are called "First Person View" (or "FPV" for short). They must be flown by a pilot on the ground, and the range is about one mile.
2) These do NOT fly by themselves on a predetermined flight path.
3) I have some video out on YouTube if you want to see what it looks like -- Look under Lieutenant Loughead's videos, and you will find the videos -- including a pretty good crash video!
4) You guys are talking about shooting these down. You would be AMAZED how difficult these things are to shoot down. Yes, we have tried (for fun). They are VERY difficult to hit (even with a shotgun). When you DO hit them with a gun (even with a shotgun), they are very resilient and difficult to bring down.
I am happy to answer questions if anyone has any. :)
oh, I get it! Sell a bunch of these to the public so the governments will blend right in! :/
I would drone the crap out of Area 51. Better yet, I would use my drone to shoot down the government's drones.
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