TasView is based in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.

RadMan600Site Administrator and UAV operator:
Tone (edgetas.com), with a long time passion for still photography, design and technology, began piloting UAV or “drones” in 2014.
In 2017 Tone gained CASA approval to fly sub 2kg RPA commercially, he flies the DJI Mavic Air – a small, light 430g, versatile craft that can film in 4K and capture stunning still photographs. When checklists, routines and flight plans are followed and a finely tuned craft is flown slowly for smooth video and photography purposes, it is relatively safe, especially in the hands of an experienced operator.

The tech of these flying camera platforms has developed dramatically over just a few years with improved navigation, communication, collision avoidance sensors, ground tracking and the like in ever decreasing form factors, however the most important part of operating this technology is time spent on the sticks and sometimes, very hard lessons!

From early days with the troublesome Walkera Scout, enough knowledge was gained to custom build a F550 from the ground up.

If your interested in aerial photography and UAV’s, on this site I share my work and  what friends and I have learnt to hopefully make your experience better.

Much of the information here is based on our own personal experiences or gathered from scattered sources around the internet that we’ve found and compiled in one place for easier reference. A big thank you to all who have provided tips and advice.

We are in no way affiliated with DJI or Walkera, the opinions expressed here are our own based on our REAL and independent user experience. While we may unintentionally hold some bias towards our own craft, we’ll try to be as honest as we can so that YOU can make informed decisions based on FACT and not justification for our choices.

Unfortunately though, sometimes we can be wrong or you may disagree with us or have a better method – please share and provide us with feedback so that we can improve this site for everyone.

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