Luckless wrote in post #16635995
Also highly illegal in many areas to do without a pile of paperwork and making sure you have all your angles covered.
Be very careful doing any business a drone (rc aircraft, what ever you want to call it) in the US. The FAA hasn't approved it yet and has sent cease and desist letters to people advertising those services. I believe they have also fined people in at least 1 case.
While people may not see any general issues with using UAV/Drone/RC aircraft, please remember that our national air space system is based upon "see and avoid" and includes general aviation, ultralights, powered paragliders, medical air services, etc. that may or may not operate on flight plans and may be at low altitudes in places you wouldn't typically expect them. If you do get involved with drones, be aware of any airports, glider ports, private airfields, and/or heliports that may be in your area and watch out for any low flying aircraft. Avoid flying higher than 400 feet, as some aircraft can be found legally flying that low.
Constructive criticism is always appreciated.