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Discussion in 'News' started by Mike K., Apr 24, 2015.

  1. Mike K.

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    Love em. I'm in, how can I get a set or two?
     
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    Can you possibly provide more info such as; will you be selling these? Is this a prototype? Etc etc.
    Thanks!
     
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    This is great...we need these! Let us know if you plan to sell. Why does DJI not offer these?
     
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    I am only sharing this video. I found it earlier today and thought it was a great find. I am not the maker of these but just like you, I would definitely buy them.
     
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    ….but they are in camera view !!!! ermmm….
     
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    They're only in the camera view when the landing gear is down, and he's flying it like that so you can actually see them when he's hitting the van.
     
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    Him = me.
    I'm guy with hat. :)
     
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    Hmmm. I have never liked prop guards because they get in the shot. And then I clipped a solid object and the bills started rolling in. Maybe I'll get some.
     
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    Having recently caught a prop on the extreme edge of a tree which then 'wound' the copter into the tree, destroying 4 props on the way, there are some situations where I would certainly use prop guards. Aerodynamics would bother me though because battery life is short enough without any other impediments.