BRISBANE RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL AERIAL REAL ESTATE PHOTOGRAPHY
Brisbane aerial drone real estate photography
The Mozam Picture Co. captures drone aerial photography and 4K videography for Brisbane residential, commercial and industrial real estate sales and marketing. Our industry proven multi-rotor drone/UAV is equipped with the latest navigation technology ensuring safe and reliable shooting, is easily transported and a minimal set up time contributes to a quick turnaround of images.
Housing a 3 axis stabilised camera, the drone provides the clearest of aerial photographs and beautiful, cinematic 4K video perfect for showcasing properties for sale.
Why use drones in real estate sales
Drone aerial photography and video of real estate is a perfect addition to any sales strategy, especially when interstate or international clients are targeted. Show prospective buyers the property for sale from a whole new angle by providing elevated real estate photography that reveal scale of the property, shows how the property sits in its natural surrounds and indicate its proximity to landmarks, parks and shopping centres.
Drone photography can really help boost a property’s profile.
- show the scale of the property
- display the property in the context of its surrounds
- Emphasize the best features of a property and allow it to stand out from the crowd
Explore the potential of drones in aerial real estate photography today. Contact Phil on 0404 840 001 to hear how your property’s image can be taken to the next level.
Aerial Drone PhotographyElevate your residential, commercial or industrial property’s image with aerial drone photography
Real estate aerial photography and CASA regulations
The Civil Aviation Regulations (CAR) are the basis for all legislation relating to aviation in Australia and is backed by the Civil Aviation Act, whose requirements are enforceable by law while the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations (CASR) contain all the legislative documentation relation to flying unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) in Australia.
Civil Aviation Safety Authority or CASA announced amendments to CASR Part 101 (relating to flying a UAV in Australia) that came into effect on 29 September 2016 which aimed at reducing the cost and legal requirements for lower-risk remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) operations. In addition as of 29 September 2016, the new category of excluded RPA came into effect, with reduced regulatory requirements to fly very small RPAs commercially. Operations under 2kg (excluded) will not need an RPA operator’s certificate (ReOC), or a remote pilot licence (RePL).
The UAV that The Mozam Picture Co. uses for aerial photography and video comes under the very small RPA’s definition and is registered in accordance with CASA regulations:
When operating the UAV, we always adhere to the operate by the CASA standard operating conditions summarised below:
You must only fly during the day and keep your RPA within visual line-of sight. This means being able to see the aircraft with your own eyes (rather than through first-person-view (FPV)) at all times.
- You must not fly your RPA higher than 120 metres (400ft) AGL.
- You must keep your RPA at least 30 metres away from other people.
- You must keep your RPA away from prohibited/restricted areas.
- You must keep your RPA at least 5.5km away from controlled aerodromes.
- You must not fly your RPA over any area where, in the event of a loss of control or failure, you create an unreasonable hazard to the safety of people and property on the ground.
- You must not fly your RPA over or near an area affecting public safety or where emergency operations are underway (without prior approval). This could include situations such as a car crash, police operations, a fire and associated firefighting efforts, and search and rescue.
- You can only fly one RPA at a time.
Operations within the 3nm (5.5Km) radius of an uncontrolled aerodrome or helicopter landing site are possible and lawful providing you do not operate on:
- the approach and departure path or
- within the movement area or
- create a hazard to aircraft that may be using those areas.