So let’s add another item to the list of areas that drones are now being used in – would you believe, carp fishing?

We were as surprised as you to hear about it but, our commercial photography part of the business does a lot of work for the UK’s oldest purveyor of antique fishing equipment and we always end up chatting when we drop back the latest batch of products that we’ve been working on. Anyway, the business owners knows pretty much all there is to know about fishing and he happened to mention that folk are now deploying drones equipped with waterproof cameras to find the perfect spot to drop the bait, even using GPS to make sure that your bait is in the same position every time.

Is there anything that these incredible portable cameras aren’t getting their propellers into these days?

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