I have used it. Here in Chicagoland, the only jobs are "pano-missions" where they try to sell your photos to realtors. It is good flying practice, I seem to sell my photos about 50% of the time (but not a big sample size)
They have their own pays system called Qwil - this is similar to paypal & the ONLY way they can deposit money in your account. I found that confusing, so if you sign up for dronebase - you will HAVE to sign up for qwil to get paid.
Not a bad idea, but I decided overall, I need to focus on higher payout clients, but it is a nice way to make a few $$, get out and get some flight time when the market is slow. Other parts of the country may support higher rates of pay, I can only say for around here.
Thanks for that. Yes I've looked at their website and can see the pricing structure but I'm more curious about the success rates and the actual fees paid. If you do a pano mission do you pocket the 49$ and Dronebase sell for more? Or do you get paid a % of the 49$?