- Dec 2, 2018
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I have no intentions for obvious reasons of doing this but how many of you actually fly your birds in the black. Scary?
That's a perfect looking shot and the house is also beautiful.
Thank you for helping out Veteran'sYeah, I know how cool the night photos look after seeing these and some others. I have lifted it off a few times but never went the distance.
lol. I have to laugh because I have to.
I now have an eye procedure to deal with. Ha, Standing with a crutch and sunglasses trying to fly. Actually it would be pretty funny. I have to think of it that way. Without giving away any political beliefs I have been giving to 3 wounded soldiers organizations for many years and I can walk for now, drive and stand. These men and women will never do either again. I'm lucky as ****.
I don't have one. I've been flying the M2P more and more lately. It's just so fast to deploy, rock-solid stability and the Occusync system is powerful and reliable. It's small and can get into tight situations easily. The typhoons are more for rural acreage shoots. They're big and powerful (for winds) and I can see them a lot farther off so I don't have to reposition as often. A good thing on 30+ acre tracts.Hey!!!!!! lol. I was kinda hoping it was from the q500. It really is beautiful.
I love flying at night, there is calmness that you usually don't get during the day and, as an added bonus there is also a lot more anonymity, it feels really great.
The calmness must be ethereal at times. Photos like Mr Garvin's are art to me. How can I find more videos or photos like this on line. The intros of all drones are nice with mountains, the ocean etc. but me thinks many of you are doing cool stuff like this with imagination. My wife isn't into this at all except at times when it's necessary but she looked at mr. garvin's photo and was blown away. she's starting to understand all you are capable of.