Come back to us when you learn how to spell and how to be human.
For the obvious option of cropping in post, assuming you need to crop slow motion footage. But aside from that, I figure if someone can afford these prices they might as well buy into as much excess capability as they can. Note: I'm not in the subset of filmmakers that can even come close to affording anything like this.
Some other things to consider when it comes to flying near airports.
In general if you're five miles or more away from an airport, your flying is unrestricted as long as you keep it below the maximum altitude mandated by the FAA. I can't remember what it is, but it's well above what you'd likely be flying anyway.
If you're between two and five miles from an airport and it's a controlled field, you have to notify the airport's control tower before your flight. It's not a request for permission, it's you telling them what you're going to do.
If you're inside of two miles from an airport, you have to coordinate with the control tower in advance, and I believe they can turn down your request.
It's easy to do, there are apps that can handle a lot of the work. I've got three apps on my iPhone that help with this and provide other useful information (sunspot activity level, for instance, which can interfere with your remote control). The apps I have are:
B4UFly (the official FAA app)
My favorite James Cameron films are:
To be honest though, I think he's got the craft of screenwriting nailed (average director), but I do believe he lacks artistry. His stories are extremely predictable, for me at least. His biggest skill is raking in money.
Literally for two or three weeks, I've had "Lunatic Fringe" playing in my head for some unknown reason. Just as it's faded away, YOU have to bring it back to the surface. Thanks so much! ; ) (It's a good song, by the way, but there can be too much of a good thing.)
I run a browser plug-in that changes all gender references to "it." Sometimes it gets confused and mixes "she" and 'it." I'll let you extrapolate. (Not a commentary on gender, just a joke.)
In all seriousness, I don't have a problem with "she" being used. Women have plenty of obstacles to face. It doesn't take a lot of maturity to get past this to get the benefit of the article, but if being obsessed with gender is such an issue then maybe you should be a Google engineer with a gender axe to grind.