Another 'Evening with Floats'. Tonight I had just half an hour before the sun would set, again waiting for folks to clear the beach behind my house. Such a beautiful evening. I needed some shots to test a cinematic score I composed and recorded yesterday night (couldn't sleep before I recorded what I had in my head). The score is 4 minutes long. A very nice German boat owner started to talk to me and took most of my flying time. Unfortunately I had only 5 minutes of flight in total and maybe 3 minutes worth of OK-ish footage. It was a great conversation however, and we decided to have a couple of beers tomorrow. He told me he had never seen such an advanced looking drone before, he didn't recognise anything about the I1 because of the bulky blue floats of course. It looks pretty mean indeed. This is just a tryout to see how this piece of music would fit under a clip. Nothing serious, and the music is still only 24 hours old, work in progress so to speak. I recorded every track using a Kurzweil PC3x keyboard workstation (who cares). Again, still rough and the ending is not yet how I want it. The video clip is just a quick job with the little usable footage I had. Shot in 4K, rendered into 1080p. The I1 performed, again, wonderfully with the version 2 floats. There were more waves this time, as you can clearly see them rolling under the Inspire with camera only inches above the surface. In a full speed leg, low over the water I noticed I had to keep the throttle up a bit. It was descending very very slowly, but that's expected because the floats create a larger bubble of low pressure, influencing the barometer. Anyway, here's 'An evening with floats'.