Finally caught a deer... with the drone

spandit

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Been trying to catch one on camera from the air for ages. Took the Mavic up this evening on a whim and had been flying around a bit when I spotted him. He didn't seem to like the noise and bolted. Got another shot of him as he exited the little clump of woodland he's been slowly destroying.

Maybe the next time I'll see him will be through the scope on the .308?
 

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I took this one with the mini 2, they don't seem to spook so much if you drop down near them and inch closer, I find the downdraft seems to bother them more than the noise, having said that I have not had the opportunity to see how they react to the larger air2s
That's a great shot. This one was spooked with the drone quite high overhead - you can see the 20kV powerlines. Even flying high above the trees, he was disturbed so think it was the noise rather than the downdraught.
 
I was perusing Google earth recently and discovered I can see my heard of reds from space on their images! (I know this isn’t the point of this thread but it was an interesting find!) there’s a bunch out grazing when the pics were taken, and I know they’re deer as no livestock graze the area in question.
 
I was perusing Google earth recently and discovered I can see my heard of reds from space on their images! (I know this isn’t the point of this thread but it was an interesting find!) there’s a bunch out grazing when the pics were taken, and I know they’re deer as no livestock graze the area in question.
Them images are not a actual ally taken from space but from a plane.
 
Been trying to catch one on camera from the air for ages. Took the Mavic up this evening on a whim and had been flying around a bit when I spotted him. He didn't seem to like the noise and bolted. Got another shot of him as he exited the little clump of woodland he's been slowly destroying.

Maybe the next time I'll see him will be through the scope on the .308?
Cracking mate, I have been using a mavic air 2 to spot them for a while and have managed to get fairly close without spoiling them. It takes some practice but it can certainly be done. Sadly the images are too big to upload here to show you. The video’s are brilliant aswell.
 
Cracking mate, I have been using a mavic air 2 to spot them for a while and have managed to get fairly close without spoiling them. It takes some practice but it can certainly be done. Sadly the images are too big to upload here to show you. The video’s are brilliant aswell.
 

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Them images are not a actual ally taken from space but from a plane.
Google Earth is a computer program that renders a 3D representation of Earth based primarily on satellite imagery. The program maps the Earth by superimposing satellite images, aerial photography, and GIS data onto a 3D globe
 
Google Earth is a computer program that renders a 3D representation of Earth based primarily on satellite imagery. The program maps the Earth by superimposing satellite images, aerial photography, and GIS data onto a 3D globe
It actually says "aerial photography" in your post...
 
It actually says "aerial photography" in your post...
Jaysus...the answer to your own inaccurate post was given...BOTH methods are used not just the aerial photography as you stated...NOTE based primarily on satellite imagery. Below is just to refresh your **************** &&&&%%%$$$###


204rips said:
Them images are not a actual ally taken from space but from a plane.
 
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