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EagleLens is now proud to announce that we are an affiliate of EZ Drone which is San Diego’s first drone shop and full service center. EZ Drone’s staff is fully trained on working with all styles and brands of drones. Whether you have a heavy lifter or a micro drone, we have you covered.Visit the […]
The first commercial drones in the U.S. will have to stay lower than 500 feet and within sight of an operator, and fly during daytime only, federal regulators say. An economic analysis to justify opening the nation’s skies to small commercial unmanned aircraft, obtained by Bloomberg News, provides the first glimpse of how the Federal […]
The Federal Aviation Administration failed to meet Wednesday’s deadline for creating national drone regulations. “Our main, overriding goal is safety,” an FAA spokesperson told NBC News, noting that final rules for drone flight should be in place “late next spring.” Back in 2012, Congress told the FAA to find a way to integrate unmanned aircraft […]
EagleLens Photography is proud to be taking part in a special dedication ceremony for Lake Elsinore’s newest Skate Park on July 24th! The ceremony will take place from 5:00pm to 7:00pm at Serenity Park (19685 Palomar Rd. Lake Elsinore, CA 92530) and will include a number of vendors and food trucks. We will have a […]
Happy Fourth of July weekend!! EagleLens is now live. Contact us for all your aerial photography and videography from industrial projects to Race Marathons to weddings. We are your eye in the sky to cover all your aerial video needs. For a free consultation email us at [email protected] Have fun and be safe!!!
The Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) today granted five regulatory exemptions for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) operations to four companies representing several industries that promise to benefit from UAS technology. The four companies that received exemptions want to fly UAS to perform operations for aerial surveying, construction site monitoring and oil rig flare […]