Jan 30, 2015 1:19 PM
CONCORD - Unmanned aerial vehicles, also known as drones, are becoming a hot topic of conversation across the globe.
In New Hampshire, there are no state laws currently on the books that regulate the use of drones. In addition, regulations from the FAA are also extremely limited.
The NH Dept. of Fish & Game is also currently reviewing whether or not hunters should be able to use the assistance of a drone during their search for wildlife. Right now, anyone can do so - and hunters say it's like cheating, and becoming a fair chase issue.
But users of drones are embracing the new views captured thanks to this new technology.
One business in Manchester is now offering video production services that include aerial footage taken on a drone, and many others across the Granite State - like Shannon Laramie of Franklin - see it as a challenging hobby that can be very rewarding when images are shared with the world.
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