CAPE HATTERAS; Barrier islands of North Carolina Drone Footage Wanted !

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Drone Stock Footage Requested by our client - #266 : USA - CAPE HATTERAS; Barrier islands of North Carolina

Client Brief: looking for beauty shots, aerials and establishing shots of modern day CAPE HATTERAS and the barrier islands of North Carolina for a TV doc series.


Type of project : US TV Doc Series

Deadline : April 17th, 2021​
 
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That is within the National Seashore...off limits
Thanks for the info, maybe with a permit or a waiver someone was allowed to flyover there?
 
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Possibly a movie company...I don't think it is possible for a private individual
 
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There are areas on the islands that are not part of the National Park where you can launch and land. There is no issue with overflight of National Park lands. This could also be accomplished by launching from a watercraft.
Anything on Hatteras Island south including Okracoke Island is within the park ...70 miles
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..I had trouble metal detecting down there and almost had my equipment confiscated.....same regs apply to drones...what I posted can be found here:
Laws & Policies - Cape Hatteras National Seashore (U.S. National Park Service) believe me...I would love to use mine there....but they are pretty adamant...and I believe that their authority does extend into the water....but with worthy watercraft...you could possibly get out past their boundary....not trying to be a kill joy.....but I would not want anyone to have equipment confiscated
 

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The areas you cannot launch and land are in red which are the boundaries of the National Park. You can see from the screenshots that both B4UFLY and AirMap show the same boundaries. There is water on either side of the islands that is not park property nor special use airspace (military).

Park officials may frown on drone use, but we also have the right to fly there by FAA regs. This would be a 107 operation at any rate. If I were doing this I would contact the park service and inform them of my intentions and my flight plans. 1C16037F-C673-495E-B0E2-F04E8EFEA87B.jpeg C661C63F-C997-4CD1-8859-0E74F2C75337.jpeg
 
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I go down there every year and have gotten some great photos...there are a lot of attractions that would make for fantastic videos....the Sound with people wind surfing, guys with regular boards in the surf...light houses, fishing piers, marshes.....some terrific targets...the place I stay does have row boats available....sounds like it is just a matter of having a competent assistant and a way to keep the equipment from getting wet...I go down every August...look for my videos before the end of that month:cool:...thanks for the info @DoomMeister
 

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