Hey RemoteRider...Another beautiful place worth visiting. Hope you enjoy it:
No issues at all. All flights were done with the full blessing local police officials, land owners and park wardens... This said, they were more interested in trying to collect the "professional filming licence" fee rather than any security / safety issues.did you run into any issues with the authorities? A have a friend who is a pilot and according to him, the authorities here don't allow drone flying at all. I have done a few flights but it's all in the most discreet way.
Sorry, I didn't mean to imply they weren't nice.Same here... but that's because I have meanwhile learned to stitch them closed, hahaha. But seriously, the people of Mozambique are real nice folks!
Well technically, any video is considered as being "professional". So I said to them that anybody with an iPhone should be considered as a "professional", lol. Anyway, after spending a few minutes explaining that I am merely a tourist making videos as a hobby, they were all cool. In fact, they wanted a copy of the footage for themselves... Turns out the head of Police himself dropped in for a visit (very nice chap) and was fascinated by the technology. So in short, the little Inspire turned out to be a real door opener to meet interesting people!How did they define "professional filming"?