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Carcynic.com Aerial Photography


The Carcynic's Aerial Photography Drones may be available to provide incredible, free aerial shots of your event or property:

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Please Note:

The Carcynic operates UAV's (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) in accordance with actual laws on the books at the time of the UAV operation (flight).
The Carcynic operates UAV's safely. Memos and Internal Letters are used as guidelines, but safety to people and property is the primary concern.
The flights mentioned or shown here are not UAV operations of the Carcynic's employer.
The Carcynic has received no compensation in any form for the flights/photographs shown above.
The Carcynic flies only for enjoyment.

Why is the Carcynic a safer Aerial Photographer?:

The Carcynic has 25 years of Aerospace Engineering Experience
The Carcynic has 30 years experience building and flying Unmanned Model Aircraft.
The Carcynic and the Carcynic's trained safety spotters have full scale (Real, manned Aircraft) flight training.
The Carcynic does not use store-bought "Go-Pro" "Action" Cameras. The Carcynic's Drones use cameras whose design and installation makes them suitable for in-flight use, While providing High-definition Video and/or Still photography.
The Carcynic does not use store-bought or toy quadcopters. The Carcynic uses hobby and professional components in his own multirotor designs.

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The Carcynic loves to talk about Drones!
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Yes, restrictions apply:

Drone flights must have a clear, safe area to fly in.
We cannot fly over or near people, vehicles (parked or moving), public roads (unless they are closed to all public traffic), or permanent buildings.
Flights cannot occur with in 3 miles of an active airport.


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