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Cool Cameras: 4 Amazing Uses for Drones That You Never Thought About

Written by Albert Headley

Did you know that your drone can do more than just fly around and take photos? Drones are more than just fun toys to play with; they can be helpful tools as well. There are plenty of functions drones can serve, whether you’re using it as a camera to keep an eye on your property, using them for racing other drone owners, or as an additional camera to film you do things. You can do so much more with your new drone. Here are a uses for your drone that you may not have thought about before.

Start a Drone Business

You can use your camera drone to start a new business. Nowadays, drones are used in all kinds of businesses like aerial surveying, commercial agriculture, package delivery, and more. For some of these businesses, you may need to purchase a special camera like an infrared camera or thermal imaging camera. To get started, all you need is a remote pilot airman certificate and you will be good to go.

Become Part of a Drone Racing Group

All across the United States, there are drone racing leagues. The Drone Racing League is the biggest professional league. Pilots wear video goggles and race custom-built drones through an obstacle course. Do some research to see if there is one in your area or start a racing group of your own? You can even try out to the DRL and maybe even win some cash, too.

Live Action Camera

It’s really difficult to rig a camera to film you as you kayak or surf without the camera being attached to you or your sporting gear. However, with a drone, you can make it follow you to get some live action shots when you’re snowboarding, biking, kayaking, etc. With this footage, you can make great action videos or review your technique and improve your skills even more.

Watching Your Property

Did a neighbor throw a toy on your property? Do you want to check out a roofing leak without needing to get a ladder out? Did a branch fall on top of your garage? Are there critters sneaking into your garden at night? Fortunately, you can use an aerial drone in all of these situations. They are a great tool to help you see hard to reach areas of your property.

Drones can have so many uses that you might not have considered before. So, what are you waiting for? Go out and start using your drone!

About the author

Albert Headley

Albert Headley was a PR and Creative Editor of a renowned big Tech Company. But following his passion and ambition for writing and technologies, he gave up his job and started this blog. He is now a big name in the technology and blog business.