These are test videos that are pretty boring, but you can infer real world flying results from them. Here's my first video showing a hard under 500M limit and jello/vibration. You will notice there are shots showing vibration in the craft. Winds were under 5kt. Ambient temp 21F. Camera set at ISO 100, shutter around 180th/sec (could go no lower in the bright snow) with NF filter on. There are some clear shots without vibration or jello, but not many. I flew under 8m/sec speeds. You can also see the blurry spot if you look carefully... in 4K. The middle of the frame is a bit blurrier than the rest. During this flight, there were issues with a 500M limit. You can see those two limits reached in this video. I had a mostly clear LOS to the aircraft when it was in the air, but not always. Around me were 5 close-spaced houses blasting Wifi signals out. This video was graded with film convert, and only edited to cut some boring sky shots out where the craft was hovering. The 2nd video, that flight went much better. For this video I took it to a high school with at least 500M of open field with zero obstructions. And I started flying. I can see now my original location had some kind of interference that the P2 didn't get affected by. The greatest distance reached was 919M, and I could have gone further. I started getting low signal warnings around 900M in the first leg. I turned it around before it was lost. Once I started flying towards the end of the field (in auto mode for the TX) I noticed the bandwidth changing. There would a blip as the app went lower, in stages. It reached the final stage right as the signal was weakest. This flight I would term more than acceptable performance, so the issue was the original location, not the drone. There's about 400M of suburban houses and 500M of open field. In an open space, I can imagine well over 1KM would be easy. I do not understand this flight compared to the first one. It certainly allayed my fears. However- though much of it was open field, the 2nd half practically mirrored the type of location and distance I flew in the first set of sorties. Same kind of houses, with their wifi and so forth. It's almost like the first location has some active jamming going on. This was filmed at ISO 100, NO ND, at 1/50 shutter in 4K/30.