Recently, TheStar reported that the Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) will be taking action against those who fly drones without a permit. In addition to the stricter enforcement, the report also claims that the DCA is planning to impose a registration fee of up to RM800 plus a renewal fee of RM500 a year. The report cited an unnamed DCA spokesperson as the source of the information.
Obviously, this caused an uproar among drone enthusiasts in Malaysia and now the DCA itself refutes what TheStar’s alledges in its report.
DJI has just released a new version of their DJI Goggles called the DJI Goggles RE, and they’re made for drone racers.
UPDATE: DCA issues a statement to refute TheStar’s report.
According to TheStar, The Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) will be taking action on illegal drone flying in Malaysia. Apparently, if you don’t have a permit, you are not permitted to fly your drone beyond your home compound.
DJI has announced a limited edition variant of its compact Mavic Pro which comes in an all-white design. Just in time for the holiday season, the Mavic Pro Alpine White will only be available exclusively at Apple.com as well as Apple Stores in most countries.
Drones are an incredible tool to capture amazing video footages from the sky. Unfortunately, flying the drone at the wrong place could land you in trouble especially if you’re using it at a restricted zone.
A Malaysian journalist along with her Singaporean colleague and two local crew members were recently detained in Myanmar over drone use. After their arrest sometime last month, all four of them were sentenced to 2 months in prison for violating the local aviation act.
Ever looked at the Sony RX100 and thought, “Gee, I wish there was a really big version of this and a really tiny version of this”? If your answer is yes, Sony Malaysia’s got good news for you. Meet the brand new RX0 and RX10 IV compact cameras.
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Oh, my goodness. What a time to be alive. What a time to be alive and a hipster that’s into photography but is just too lazy to pick up proper film photography. If you tick both of those checkboxes, Yashica’s got a new camera for you and it is called the Y35. To sum it up, it’s basically a camera that combines the convenience of digital with some of the inconveniences of shooting film. Let me explain.
Of all the things that Google launched today, Google Clips is probably the thing I’m most on the fence about. It’s supposed to be this GoPro-smartphone-like camera that takes the photographer out of photography.
How? Well, it’s Google so it’s obviously going to be with machine learning.
When DxOMark recently gave the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus new record scores of 92 and 94 respectively, some had criticised them for changing their testing protocols mid-way. On top of that, they had only retested a handful of other smartphones and they have yet to provide any scores for other newer flagship smartphones.
To keep its DxOMark Mobile benchmarks relevant, they have finally given the Samsung Galaxy Note8 a full evaluation and it also scored 94 like the iPhone 8 Plus. In their review, DxoMark says the Galaxy Note8 the best smartphone for zoom.
Much like Google has become the household name for search engines (no, nobody uses Bing, get out of here), GoPro is pretty much the go-to brand for users looking for an action cam that works and that can last.
Today, the company revealed their latest and most powerful action cam ever — the GoPro HERO6 Black — which, despite its similar exterior, may be one of the biggest new GoPro launches the company has made in a long time.