Last week, Canada released a new set of rules
for recreational drone users, which brought forth some strong feelings from the country’s drone community.
This poor guy believes he can basically no longer operate his DJI Phantom 4. While he’s sensationalizing a bit, Canada’s new laws are indeed strict on hobbyists.
Then we have this guy, who now owns a boat anchor …
This lady brings up a good point. My guess is that squirrels do count — even though they’re small, they are indeed animals.
As more people fly drones to get the oh-so awesome perspective that the technology provides, it shouldn’t be a surprise that countries are updating or creating recreational drone rules. Let’s be real. Drone regulations are necessary, no matter your personal opinions on the scope of the rules.
So this begs the question: Which country has friendlier recreational drone rules, Canada or the U.S.?