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Breeze before launching Drone-Services

Discussion in 'Breeze Discussion' started by Fermin11B, Jun 15, 2018.

  1. Fermin11B

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    Hey guys,

    So I’ve always had a fascination for flying.

    I can’t remember what my first drone was, but I can tell you that I loved it. Got it from a business that was “going out of business” so instead of being $200, it was $90.

    At the time I thought $90 was expensive (back in early 2017) so I was pretty upset when, the remote magically disappeared. $90 gone lol

    Anyways, I’ve learn a valuable lesson about starting low and steadily going up. So my second drone was $20, the super mini-ones, then a stunt drone $50 without camera. Right before getting the Breeze, I got the little air-hog racing drone, love that little guy, is unbreakable lol

    After a few months and getting really good at flying, it was time to get a drone with a good camera, I think the drone videos are pretty cool.

    Came across the Breeze, got it and I’m very please with the quality of, both, pictures and video (1080p stability mode)

    Then I’ve found the commercial industry for drones and that’s what I’m currently working on. I practice with the Breeze, once I get my license, I will jump to the major leagues of drones. My choice DJI Mavic Platinum and Phantom-4 Pro.

    I’m in Iowa and I love flying. Feel free to ask any questions.

    Attached is some of my practice runs. IMG_3576.jpg IMG_3458.jpg IMG_3457.jpg IMG_3382.jpg [​IMG]
     
  2. ToddL

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    Wow..We are at the exact same point. I've been studying and think I'm ready to take the test.
    Same commercially, but I'm thinking now I want the typhoon. I'm just north of Minneapolis, and I have already talked to 3 farmers, excel energy, and the owner of two large solar panel fields in my area. All have acknowledged the interest in paying for some sort of inspection service. How....that I don't know. Excel energy already does transmission line drone inspections but can't find qualified people just to do it. They are contractors not employees.