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Old 04-19-2017, 02:56 PM
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Had a little fun flying and taking the kids on their first off-road trip...kept it mild but they still loved it.

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Epic vid!
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That is awesome! What drone do you have, this video makes me want to buy one.
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That is awesome! What drone do you have, this video makes me want to buy one.
Thanks! It was the first time flying from within a moving car...a bit different but came out ok. I do want to do it again maybe with some more vehicles and various terrain though.

I think I was using the little 3DR solo for this flight...they don't make this one anymore but if you can find them they are dirt cheap but it is a gopro style quad so you'll have to do a fair bit of editing to get the fish-eye out...honestly if it's your first drone, go with the DJI Mavic or DJI Phantom 4 or the Phantom 3 Pro....in that order they're so easy to fly but do your self a favor and learn to fly manually first...that way if you do lose GPS (and you will at some point especially in canyons and mountains) then it'll be no big deal. I actually don't fly GPS unless I'm doing survey work or using a GPS required function - the video comes out way smoother in manual but I also have tons and tons of hours flying so its just second nature now.
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B&H has them for cheap compared to Amazon. https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produ...ndle_with.html
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So damn cool!!!
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Great stuff, Tony!
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