Hi all, Having been issued a PFAW, with all the mandated stand-offs, etc. and then reading the exemptions for FPV, as well as guidance for flying in congested cities and towns; I'm feeling that the rules and regs. are pretty subjective. In particular, I've been questioning what the term "Surveillance" means, when distinguishing between a Small Unmanned Aircraft (SUA) and a Small Unmanned Surveillance Aircraft (SUSA). The difference is significant, in terms of stand-off distances, when you read IN-2014/190, as it basically implies that provided you are not performing surveillance, or data-capture activities, then Article 167 of the ANO does not apply. I took the following definition from the 'Protection of Freedoms Act 2012' and if this is what surveillance means to the CAA, then I don't think I'm performing surveillance when filming video from a RPAS for a promotional video. “Section 29 (6) In this Chapter “surveillance camera systems” means— (a)closed circuit television or automatic number plate recognition systems, (b)any other systems for recording or viewing visual images for surveillance purposes, (c)any systems for storing, receiving, transmitting, processing or checking images or information obtained by systems falling within paragraph (a) or (b), or (d)any other systems associated with, or otherwise connected with, systems falling within paragraph (a), (b) or (c).” I'm interested to know other professionals opinion on this. I'm not wanting to look for loop holes, I just want to be confident that I'm not being unnecessarily restricted by what is stated on my PFAW. Thanks for your thoughts and opinions.