How to use AEB to improve your photography
Drone Class Blog
by Sem van Geffen
4d ago
In challenging lighting conditions, capturing beautiful drone photos can be difficult. Fortunately, there is AEB (Auto Exposure Bracketing). AEB provides a solution by capturing multiple exposures. These different exposures can be layered using photo editing software, creating a dynamic drone photo. In this blog, you will learn how to use AEB for your drone photos. Why use AEB? Here are some advantages of AEB: Optimization of exposure More options in post-processing Consistency in changing lighting conditions Reduction of noise AEB gives you more control over (the post-processing of) your dr ..read more
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Which drone training for you?
Drone Class Blog
by Sem van Geffen
3w ago
We are offering training for both recreational and professional drone pilots. In this blog, we list all the opportunities to dive into unmanned aviation at flight school Drone Class. Designated and accredited trainer First of all, it is good to know that Drone Class is an official trainer with authority to examine (both theory and practical). We are designated by the Dutch ministry to examine for the A1-A3, A2 and STS theory certificates. Let's take a closer look at our drone training. EU Drone Licence From 250g, every pilot starts by obtaining the basic A1-A3 certificate. The training will i ..read more
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How to use waypoints on your DJI drone?
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by Sem van Geffen
3w ago
'Waypoints' is one of DJI's latest flight modes. Waypoints allow you to select different perspectives after which the drone automatically travels a route using the captured location points. In this blog, you will read how to use waypoints to create beautiful images. What can you use the waypoint function for? The waypoint function allows you to capture different angles of view after which the drone will automatically fly a route. Waypoint missions can be saved after which you can fly the same route multiple times. This is often used for a Time Lapse, visualising progress of a construction ..read more
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Which drone to switch to in 2024?
Drone Class Blog
by Sem van Geffen
3w ago
Full European legislation on drone flying took effect on 1 January this year. This brought an end to the transitional regime after three years. Many drones will only be allowed to fly in the A3 subcategory from 2024, with the corresponding restrictions. Switching to a Cx-label drone offers you more flying freedom. In this blog, find out which drones are the best choice for 2024. Why switch to a Cx-labelled drone? During the transition regime, the weight of your drone was used to determine where you could fly your drone. This is a thing of the past. From 2024, new drone rules will apply an ..read more
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DJI Avata 2
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by Sem van Geffen
3M ago
DJI has launched its latest FPV drone, the DJI Avata 2. This is the third generation ready to fly FPV drone. DJI's latest FPV drone comes with a number of improvements in image quality and ease of use and is C1 labelled. In this blog, we list all the new specifications. Improved video quality and stabilisation Now, DJI has improved video quality. The DJI Avata 2 is equipped with a 1/1.3-inch CMOS video sensor and can record in 4k/60fps. This larger sensor allows the camera to capture more light, making your footage sharper and more detailed. The 10-bit D-Log M colour profile gives you more op ..read more
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Drone specifications: Photo quality and video resolution
Drone Class Blog
by Sem van Geffen
4M ago
Most drones are used for taking photos and videos from the air. It is therefore useful to know in what quality the drone can shoot and record. In this blog, we will discuss the camera specifications of drones. Photo resolution of a drone camera Photo resolution is expressed in MP (million pixels). The more MP a photo possesses, the more detail and clarity the image has. Most drones feature high-quality photo resolution.  Low resolution (up to 1MP) Low-resolution images are files up to 1MP. Images up to this size contain little detail and are not suitable for printing or editing. Medium re ..read more
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The 10 tips for new drone pilots
Drone Class Blog
by Sem van Geffen
4M ago
Flying a drone can be a fun and challenging activity. Have you just bought your first drone and want to get your first flying hours? Then read our ten tips for novice drone pilots to make your first flights a little easier. Tips prior to drone flight What should you pay close attention to before you start drone flying? 1. Check the weather conditions Check what the weather conditions are before your drone flight. Most drones cannot fly in the rain and strong winds can also cause problems. The app UAV Forecast is specially designed for pilots. Through this free app, you can see key weather fac ..read more
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Which drones have a Cx label?
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by Sem van Geffen
7M ago
In 2024, the full European law and regulations for drones will go into effect. From then on, the Cx label will determine where you can fly your drone. There are already a number of drones on the market that possess such technical certification. This article lists all Cx-label drones. What is the advantage of a Cx-label drone? From January 2024, European legislation will change. From then on, all drones without a Cx label over 250 grams will automatically fall into subcategory A3. You will then have to maintain a minimum distance of 150 metres from uninvolved people, buildings, industry and rec ..read more
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Drone rules in 2024
Drone Class Blog
by Sem van Geffen
7M ago
Most drone flights are conducted in the open category. From 2024, a number of drone rules will change in the open category. In this blog, we explain to you all the drone rules that will apply in the open category from 1 January 2024. General drone rules in 2024 General drone rules apply to all drone flights in the open category, regardless of weight or presence of a Cx label. The general drone rules are as follows: The drone may fly up to 120 metres high The drone must be flown within direct sight of the pilot (VLOS) The drone may be flown in the Netherlands only during daytime It is not allo ..read more
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What will change for drone pilots in 2024?
Drone Class Blog
by Sem van Geffen
9M ago
Since 31 December 2020, the same rules for flying drones have applied across the European Union. These rules have brought us much: the EU Drone Licence that allows you to fly legally in all EU countries, Switzerland, Norway and Iceland. At the end of 2023, we will say goodbye to temporary EU legislation. The 'transitional regime' will end. This has implications for you as a drone pilot. Technical requirements Under EU legislation, (new, manufacturer-produced) drones must meet technical requirements, through a Cx label. However, there was a problem: these requirements had not been established ..read more
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