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 Post subject: Epic Sunset (Short V.)
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just some footage from yesterday :lol: :lol: :lol:



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I am always fascinated by these three simple events: the living surface of the water, the sunset and the flame of the bonfire. :thumb up:
Magic visual poetry...

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 30, 2017 1:51 pm 
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Beautiful and not too long! Loved the fire variation
I was watching a drone yesterday at Towradgi beach where we are staying (Australia). It was stable in the strong winds and went way out over the surf!

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I am always fascinated by these three simple events: the living surface of the water, the sunset and the flame of the bonfire. :thumb up:
Magic visual poetry...
Thank you :D

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Beautiful and not too long! Loved the fire variation
I was watching a drone yesterday at Towradgi beach where we are staying (Australia). It was stable in the strong winds and went way out over the surf!
Sounds great, actually the dji mavic compensates Wind up to 200 km/h, of course the battery then unloads faster but for this you have several batteries with you.

Anyway, I'm going to travel NZ in December, really looking forward, especially for the South Island :lol:

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Beautiful though NZ is the drone rules I believe are are fairly tough
https://www.airshare.co.nz/tourist-questions-answered
In general it seems if you haven't asked permission you can't flyover anything, anyone or anywhere!
Fortunately it's just as beautiful not flying! I am lucky enough to live at one of the Rotorua lakes and sometimes on the edge of the Tongariro world heritage area
Here's some flying :) I videoed nearby
https://vimeo.com/83371368

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 31, 2017 4:27 am 
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Mark, opus 71a of Petr Ilyich is very suitable for your video :)

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Beautiful though NZ is the drone rules I believe are are fairly tough
https://www.airshare.co.nz/tourist-questions-answered
In general it seems if you haven't asked permission you can't flyover anything, anyone or anywhere!
Fortunately it's just as beautiful not flying! I am lucky enough to live at one of the Rotorua lakes and sometimes on the edge of the Tongariro world heritage area
Here's some flying :) I videoed nearby
https://vimeo.com/83371368
I'm not a native speaker but reading https://www.airshare.co.nz/rules tells me it's generally allowed for private purposes, considering not flying within 4km to an airport, not flying above 120m and not out of sight and flying over private property only with the owners permission.

Am I wrong?

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Yes you are right except that (as I read it) you technically also need permission to fly over public areas such as parks, lakes etc. This I suspect is just the bureaucrats covering themselves against blame just in case there was ever an accident!

In practice I have hardly ever seen a drone in NZ and don't think anyone is going to worry about you flying in more secluded and safe places. Just don't fly over the Auckland harbour bridge! Somebody did this and they had to close the bridge when the drone ran out of range and landed itself on the traffic lanes! http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/artic ... d=11837743

PS another tip for visiting Australia and NZ!! Both countries are very concerned about possible plant and animal disease being introduced because of the risk to native species. You are not allowed to bring in many foods (mostly raw) animal and plant material. Also dirt eg on shoes! You will need to fill in a questionnaire on arrival. Overseas visitors are often surprised by this and can get into trouble.

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Yes you are right except that (as I read it) you technically also need permission to fly over public areas such as parks, lakes etc. This I suspect is just the bureaucrats covering themselves against blame just in case there was ever an accident!

In practice I have hardly ever seen a drone in NZ and don't think anyone is going to worry about you flying in more secluded and safe places. Just don't fly over the Auckland harbour bridge! Somebody did this and they had to close the bridge when the drone ran out of range and landed itself on the traffic lanes! http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/artic ... d=11837743

PS another tip for visiting Australia and NZ!! Both countries are very concerned about possible plant and animal disease being introduced because of the risk to native species. You are not allowed to bring in many foods (mostly raw) animal and plant material. Also dirt eg on shoes! You will need to fill in a questionnaire on arrival. Overseas visitors are often surprised by this and can get into trouble.

Thx bra, I wanna fly just in the outback, I'm not interested in flying over cities and so on. As a "park" I understand parks in cities and so on, or are also national parks meant?

Yeah thx for he last info, already read this on the official page. But this is something I've just to fill out in a form when I' over there, right?

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Don't think you'll have any problem flying in the outback!
Yes you fill in a card when arriving (they will give you one on the plane)

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