I published this in Certified UAV Operators. Thought it could be published in Discussion also. Please remove if inappropriate. Few months ago, I had the thought of how would I provide lighting when shooting under overhead covering. For example a bridge, bottom side of an observation tower. Light stands can be expensive and unworkable due to height. Well I started surfing through eBay and YouTube, and saw a couple of light systems starting at $350.00 bucks. Looking at one system, it came to me that I can use bicycle lights I've had for six or seven years. Check out the pic. With a modification to the lights bracket and non friction tape, mounted the lights on the landing gear arms. I can raise or lower the beam so that I stay a safe distance from the photo subject. Need to land to do that though. Mounted the lights close to the transition arm on the motor boom to help with weight and balance. Did the hover check in ATTI mode. Required no more correction than the usual corrections when hovering inside a tight space. You may ask why inside? Well, my house is within 5 miles of an airport. Added night pics to show illumination.