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The adoption of civilian drones give journalists a low-cost option instead of hiring expensive helicopters.
The adoption of the equipment by local media is exciting, it helps the objective of demilitarising the equipment, carving operation areas and making a case for media use of the technology.
I have always been of the view that in making a case for drone journalism the unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) should be used
alongside other broadcast tools to compliment the coverage. KTN did this, although, I think the crew got carried away with using the technology and were inclined to occasionally pan the camera to show the drone cruising above the crowd. The drone should not be the story, it shouldn’t distract the important goal of the coverage nor should it compete with the subject , it should only be deployed when necessary to enrich the perspective of the coverage.
At AfricanSkyCAM we aim to use and test civilian UAVs and camera-equipped balloons in proof of concept projects to convince media houses to adopt the use of low-cost drone technology in storytelling. Based in Nairobi, AfricanSkyCAM
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