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The Silver goes towards the Phantom 4, which has the meat and potatoes on the shiny new Karma and Mavic (as well as a bit much more in capabilities than the Karma) and is generally lacking foldability. This was he industry typical when it came out and stays extremely interesting.
A further substantial-quality quadcopter aimed toward photography and videography. Typhoon G made by Yuneec, has a personal ground station with a designed-in touchscreen and FPV (Very first Man or woman Check out) movie Are living feed, and yes You may use your very own GoPro! Thypoon G gimbal mount supports all sorts of GoPro camera.
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Tennessee's agri-forestry industrial complex remains strong
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- Despite a year wrought with international trade conflicts, research from the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture indicates overall strength in the state's agri-forestr...
Tennessee OL Tanner Antonutti's career ends following recurring injury issues
Tennessee has lost its third player of the offseason as OL Tanner Antonutti will medically retire, according to a report from the Knoxville News-Sentinel. Antonutti joins transfer QB Will McBride and ...
In wake of Lamar Alexander's exit, will Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero run for Senate?
a Tennessee U.S. senator has announced his plans to leave office and for the second time a flurry of names, both Republican and Democrat, have been tossed around as possible successors. One Democratic ...
Economic gains set to continue in Tennessee
Long-standing growth in the Tennessee economy will continue through 2019 at a slowed pace, say economists at the University of Knoxville. A report released Monday by the Boyd Center for Business and E...
In Tennessee, earthquakes are an inevitable part of life. Here's what you need to know for next time
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — When the earth starts to shake ... Dr. Robert Hatcher of University of Tennessee's Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences is one of the few who does. "I would not be worried," h...