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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    you need to follow a Film crash course to fly a drone now

    Film Making 101: teaching your drone artistic travelling

    That I will. fun hobbie and now I will have loads of time to do it.

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    Let the drone do the panning and not the gimble.

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    I just installed Litchi.

    Waypoint flying is so much smarter and easier than the DJI app.

    cant wait to go out and try it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TizMe View Post
    I just installed Litchi.

    Waypoint flying is so much smarter and easier than the DJI app.

    cant wait to go out and try it...
    Hey TM. Look forward to your feed back. I have been looking at it as well. Lots of good and bad on reviews.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    ^ Dang it only 480p. Would have been nice in 1080p.

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    Not my video, but its very impressive.
    From https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPC...w-fW9oBXh6yTnw NURK FPV


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    OK , if, as a non drone owner could I critique?

    The choice of soundtrack is not my choice.

    I watched the first 90 secs.

    The first rollover was fun ... but the 10th was just boring.

    The train driver didn't appreciate being filmed and resoundingly shut his train window.

    NOPE ... not a fan

    Sorry.


    Quote Originally Posted by TizMe View Post
    Not my video, but its very impressive.
    From https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPC...w-fW9oBXh6yTnw NURK FPV

    Perspective is everything ... it's the difference between going through an ordeal or going through an adventure..

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    Did you warch until he flew under the moving train?

    Its not my choice of music either, and I didn't choose it for its cinetography.

    He shows some pretty amazing flying skills.

    Obviously it's not using the type of drone that JPPR2 and I fly, but I think it's impressive flying all the same.
    Last edited by TizMe; 22-09-2017 at 10:08 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TizMe View Post
    He shows some pretty amazing flying skills.
    Tiz, I had seen this vid from a friend as well. Crazy flying skills. I knew a gal with a DJI P4 in Calif that could do some stuff like that. landed it on top of the GG bridge and landed a few sailboats in the bay.

    Quote Originally Posted by TizMe View Post
    obviously it's not using the type of drone that JPPR2 and I fly, but I think it's impressive flying all the same.
    No way our Mavic can do that type of flying. Just the rollover alone is not possible. I do not know if I would have posted my face at the end because what he did was illegal. The train company could take exception. I have found some Drone flyers are like Graffitti taggers. They do it as almost as a dare to catch them.

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    Was clearing out space in my Mavic disc and came across this flight.


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    ND Filter

    Now being retired I have some time to play in more detail with my Mavic. Today I installed #4 Filter. Set camera in Drone to 0. Set to sunny day and did a quick fly and took some still pics of my house area. Did a bit of reconnaissance to check on the river level as well. Overall pics much cleaner.



    River is high but well below the levy height, no worries on flooding in my parts



    Aerial pic of my home.



    Looking towards Lampang

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    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD View Post
    OK , if, as a non drone owner could I critique?

    The choice of soundtrack is not my choice.

    I watched the first 90 secs.

    The first rollover was fun ... but the 10th was just boring.

    The train driver didn't appreciate being filmed and resoundingly shut his train window.

    NOPE ... not a fan

    Sorry.
    This video is incredible! The guy has definite skills. Inside a moving box car? Geeez!

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    ^ I agree.....superb skills !

    Must also be an absolute top-of-the-range machine, to do that.

    I just turned off the soundtrack so I could concentrate on the visuals.

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    Looks as though I haven't spread enough reputation to give you a green JPPR.

    No special rules to flying a drone that heavy? No registration ect? I'm guessing not and would assume the same for Laos. I'd hate to have some copper snatch it away for being in a no fly zone or the like. Or just pinched for some tea money if I show up with one at the wrong place and time.

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    Er....didn't Thailand just introduce mandatory licensing for drones ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post
    Er....didn't Thailand just introduce mandatory licensing for drones ?
    Yes they did. I will register mine next week. Simple 2 forms. I did a ton of research and no insurance required unless over 2 kgs and used commercially.

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    Today I rode my R3 back up to the area in Lampang. I sat with the owner of the rice fields and coffee shop. Very nice guy. Firstly I I flew my drone around the area. This will be a place I frequent on my Bicycle and Motorcycle for a nice scenic view while sipping my Green Tea.



    Awesome ride to the place on the moto. Had face shield up a few clicks and enjoyed some nice cool fresh air. I sat at the table and I sipped a hot milk green tea espresso style while I got my Mavic ready.




    I flew around his land and was going to fly further out but wanted to do a slow fly by on the deck along the tops of the rice. I was about a foot or so off. The rice was moving around a lot from the mavic prop air which unfortunately can't be seen. I didn't move the gimbal.
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