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Jupiter Lighthouse and Inlet

Discussion in 'Photos and Videos' started by Bob Emmerich, Jan 31, 2016.

  1. Bob Emmerich

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    The video clips for this vid were captured, unbeknownst to me, with another drone up in the air at the same time. See General Discussion "Anybody else flying?"
     
  2. Sirwilliam70

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    Beautiful video. Smooth flying!
     
  3. Scott99

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    Absolutely beautiful. It's videos like these that got me interested in quads.
     
  4. z3roz

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    Imagine how nice it would be if Yuneec would add Point of Interest to the Q500! Come on Yuneec!!!
     
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  5. jfgildepareja

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    Meanwhile we can train our fingers. Have a look from 42" to 1'06":
     
  6. Sirwilliam70

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    That would be nice but I'd be willing to bet that if yuneec did add features like this it would lag just like following me and watch me modes. I've tried these features and it only keeps you in the center of the screen if you're going really slow....too slow. I'm no pro but most pilots can do a better job without it.
     
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  7. z3roz

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    Were you in rabbit mode for that? I just tested this out yesterday and I agree. Trained fingers work just as well!
     
  8. jfgildepareja

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    Yes, angle and rabbit mode, once you get the skills everything is adjusted by your fingers, including velocity.