The regulations say commercial operators still need to register, they just need to do so via the "paper-based system." So it looks like commercial use isn't exempt from registration until later, it's just not covered via the new web-based registration form.
Circling a "point of interest" seems like it should be in the list, too. Especially easy now that the Phantom 3 (and others) has an automated way to do it.
The whole idea of object avoidance seems like the most critical and practical here. I don't see how Amazon starts delivering packages from afar without drones being able to avoid unanticipated obstacles on its own.
Sky painting? Whose idea was that? And how did it make it into this promo?
There's also a longevity/archival question. Videos live on YouTube and can be for years -- because people search for them. But no one is going to search FB for videos, because videos are served to them in their feed. So if you release a video on Monday, what's the realistic lifespan of it? A few days? A week?
I can see this being a short-term strategy for pushing new content, but would need to be combined with the likes of YouTube and/or Vimeo for more longevity.
Always excellent advice. I made this mistake once before, but won't do it again.
Yep -- I thought the same thing.