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    Read moreMarten Transport is one of the largest drone operators in Australia.

    It operates in South Australia, New South Wales, Western Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, Western Queensland and Queensland.

    It also operates out of the Brisbane Airport, in Brisbane, New Zealand, and from Perth in Perthshire.

    Marten has a fleet of over 40,000 drones and can sell drones for up to $1 million.

    In an email to Ars, Marten Transport said it was not able to confirm the authenticity of the photos, or the locations of the locations in question.

    Martens website says it can take a maximum of two images at a time, but it’s unclear how often.

    The company says it only uses “a small number of the most popular and highly acclaimed camera brands”.

    The images in question are not the first to surface of drone use in Australia, but they are the first that appear to be from a manufacturer that doesn’t appear to have been authorised by the Australian Government.

    According to the ABC, the company is a US-based company based in Virginia, and was established in 2014.

    The AP also says that the images show drones that were “at least” three years old, although it’s not clear how old the drones were.

    Marteng Transport also has a website, which says it has “over 500 drone-mounted cameras” and that it sells to a “number of different customers”.

    It says it provides “unparalleled aerial photography capabilities, with high-end cameras in a range of models, ranging from the very affordable to the very high-performance”.

    The company says that it has a “featured line of drone mounts, ranging in price from under $50”, and that its customers include the likes of the National Parks and Wildlife Service, Australia’s Customs and Border Protection, and the Australian Air Force.

    The website also says it will sell to “the public, governments and businesses”.

    Marten says that its drone-mount business “has not had any issues with government approvals” and “does not sell to private individuals or organisations”.

    In an emailed statement, a spokesperson for the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade said that the department “does take concerns about the accuracy of photographs relating to drones seriously”.

    Martens spokesperson also told Ars that it is a “privately owned company” and did not respond to specific questions about the authenticity or content of the photographs.