An unmanned land camera is landing on the grass of a golf course in Colorado, but the camera is not aimed at the shooter.
The video shows the golf cart and golf ball moving as the drone lands on a grassy patch.
It also shows the helicopter hovering nearby, then quickly heading off, while the camera slowly moves to the side.
It is not clear who has shot the video, but CBS Denver reports the person or people on the video are not affiliated with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the Colorado Golf Course Authority or the Colorado Department of Conservation and Recreation.
A spokesperson for the UAS company that developed the drone said it was not affiliated in any way with the federal agency.
The company said the drone was purchased on a private sale and it is not affiliated.
It’s a very small area, it’s only been there for a couple of weeks and we haven’t had any problems, said Chris Bowers, a spokesman for the FAA’s drone program.
It was in the process of being approved and we did a thorough check and found that no violations were found,” he said.
Bowers says the FAA has been in contact with the company, but he said it’s unclear whether any violations have occurred.
The FAA is also working with the golf authority on the safety of the drone and its flight.
Bowser says there are a few problems with the drone, which has a camera that records the golf ball in midair.
He says it is too easy to get hit by the ball as the person in the video appears to be hit by a golf ball while moving.
The FAA has a new set of rules, which allow drones that have a camera to fly for up to 12 hours, and drones that can be flown without a pilot in the cockpit can be used for a maximum of five hours.