Chad is a photographer and videographer who is also a musician that grew an interest in photography, buy his first camera in late 2017. Ever since Chad has been producing amazing photos whether he is using a drone or on the ground with a DSLR.
Mr. Steele starting flying in 2014 when he fell in love with the sport, ever since has been flying FPV racing drones, turning it into a full time job. Mr. Steele works with many companies including DRL, ESPN, BMW, GoPro and Redbull.
Pierce started out in photography when he was gifted a disposable camera, ever since he has been taken photos and adding to his camera collection. More recently drones have been added to his collection with a GoPro attached drone being the first, later on adding to it with DJI’s drones.
Ben is a ground and aerial photographer based in Adelaide that caught interest in photography while watching a mate flying his drone, ever since then photography has been an outlet to share his work and the passion behind it. Ben also owns Adelaide Drone Productions and has some great things in the works!
John is an aerial photographer that gained interested in it in his high school photography class, this pushed him to buy his first camera, the Canon 60D, and eventually a drone, the DJI Mavic Pro. Aerial photography is all John currently does along with his job at Fox Sports Australia as a digital content producer.
Andrew is a self-made drone pilot, vlogger and business owner who started out in photography 11 years ago when he stumbled across his parents’ happy snap camera. Ever since Andrew has been sharing his amazing work with the world and has recently taken flight in the FPV drone community.
GoPro’s have been off my radar ever since I got the Hero 3 Silver in early 2013, with incremental updates ever since until the GoPro Hero 7 Black was announced in late 2018. The improvements and new features the Hero 7 Black could just be enough to take the plunge on another GoPro.
The OPKIX One camera is the product from OPKIX Inc. along with technology partners, such as Arrow Electronics. With almost USD$12 million in funding from venture companies the world over. Is the OPKIX One the last camera you will ever need? The OPKIX team created a small pair of cameras to fix one of the biggest issues we have today when recording our life. The OPKIX One was designed to capture the moments you live in and live in the moments you capture.