I was answering a question in a thread earlier and went off topic to discuss giga-pixel cameras which have been around by the way for about 16 years but have become available to the general public and semi-afforadale prices when before it was for people that knew how to build their own cameras. I've been a member of the AVS forums for years so that's where I first learned about them. The point is the next time someone tells you that flying your P4 or even P3, Tornado, S1000, or even a telephoto lens with you hiding in black as stated by that dude that made the video that rightly explained that a telephoto lens with black clothes poses WAY more of a risk of looking through a window than a Phantom 4 can by a long shot. You can fly a Phantom 4 right up to someone's window and with the 20mm lens can barely make out what's going inside and plus it's loud as hell from that close. So again, if you want to have a good retort to people that have claimed that the "drone revolution" has killed privacy as they do on my blogs and YouTube channel all the time, check out these images. It's amazing and scary. This was shot 3 years ago and there are MUCH better giga-pixel cameras than this one now. This one you can get from Panasonic right now for about 10-15k. Just ammunition for the next person that says drones have killed privacy. Nope, it's all in the camera. "Hey you, what's your license plate number!?!? HEY YOU?!??!! Ahhh, never mind"