A question for Florida Drones, or anyone else that may know, what is the difference between the $300 ParaZero SafeAir Phantom and the $1800 ParaZero SafeAir Phantom + Professional Kit listed on the ParaZero website?
Is being ASTM 3322 compliant really worth $1500? I totally freaked myself out when I went to the ParaZero website and saw an $1800 price tag.
$1500 is really too much. I don't think it's worth it.
I can get such one for about $350 here in Slovenia. That is considerable prize. The only thing that's bothering me is those satellites. It may be a problem if you are on the territory where can get only 11 or 12 - just enough to fly (e.g. mountain areas) or canyons. But then you'll put that thing off I think because it's simple - jus one strap around the legs.
Mmmmm...I didn't really answer my own question but will, partially, now, New FAA / ASTM F3322 regulations lets drones equipped with parachutes fly over people. - BlogYou’ve answered your own question. For those that wish to fly over people and crowds legally yes. Most here prefer to cross their fingers and hope for the best. Then they want to ***** rant and rave for all new rules and regulations.
Mmmmm...I didn't really answer my own question but will, partially, now, New FAA / ASTM F3322 regulations lets drones equipped with parachutes fly over people. - Blog
It still doesn't answer the question of the difference between the $1800 'chute and the $300 'chute. I'll investigate and post my findings a bit later. I've been working abut 13 hours a day.
That makes more sense to me. Thank you.I apologize, since you mentioned you visited ParaZero website thought you got all information from there.
The parachute alone will cost you $300. If you want to get waiver to fly over people then you also need to purchase the ASTM F3322 documents ($1500) as you’ll need them for your waiver application. Also included in the $1500 is a audio warning buzzer.
So parachute and ASTM package together is $1800.