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HPRC Case In the house

Discussion in 'Inspire 1 Discussion' started by Luke, Mar 13, 2015.

  1. Luke

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    Today I recieved the HPRC case for the Inspire.. unboxing video and quick review to follow.
     

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  2. wheelsee

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    Such a tease.
     
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  3. ropewalker

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    I have one for my Phantom 2 Vision +. They are EXTREMELY rugged, plus you get to keep the props on for easy deployment. I think they are the king of cases.
     
  4. domenikos

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    Assuming travel mode only?
     
  5. Luke

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    Yes travel mode.
     
  6. nickruss_wales

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    Hi,

    I'm considering the HPRC case. Could someone explain what they mean by "Travel mode"? as this crops up a fair bit when discussing cases

    Thanks

    Nick
     
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    Three modes, flat (travel), gear down (landing), gear up (flight) mode.
     
  8. nickruss_wales

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    Thanks Eric. What are the advantages / purpose of each mode? Are any better than others?
     
  9. Eric

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    Well landing mode case allows for pulling it out attaching the props and you're good to go. No powering on to take it out of travel, then power down to attach camera etc....
    Downside is, the case is much deeper.