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Monster Truck Jam Fly Over Photo

Discussion in 'Photos and Videos' started by GizaDog, Jan 17, 2015.

  1. GizaDog

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    Here is a screen shot from the video when I flew over the event in downtown San Diego. I'll edit the video a bit later and post. It's fun flying this monster!

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  2. Mohan

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    What height was that shot at?
     
  3. GizaDog

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    That's a good question because I was flying from the 7th floor of a building. I'm guessing it could have been about 300ft.
     
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    Wow - you took off from within the 7th floor - Balcony or did you actually exit via a Window... sorry to be a bit dumb..
     
  5. GizaDog

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    I did. I can fly anything within a tight spot or through doors. I even land it on top of the case or small table.
     
  6. DaBone

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    7 floors of freefall, if something goes wrong at the start.
    Hopefully no one is on the ground below.

    You get no security, because the "return to home" will not work.
    Possibly if it´s able to land on the roof.

    I think it´s just a stupid way, to possibly lose a new drone
     
  7. GizaDog

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    Won't happen when you have GPS lock or fly to remote. I know how it works.
     
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    I'm sure you do, until disaster strikes.

    I'm not as sure of DJI's reliability, then I had a few crashes myself.
    So that's why I always try to think of other people's safety first.
     
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    You are probably a good pilot. DJI are not good programers...