Last Tuesday I had the pleasure to team up with somebody for a dual operator flight in the San Francisco Harbor / Treasure Island Area and it was nothing short of great results. I have to say the I1 handled the conditions of winds ranging from 20-25mph like a champ and with ZERO issues. I have to say thank you to Jim Hare for this team flight. Jim, your version of the edit looks very good. Glad we had a chance to meet up and fly together. Thank you for the comments on the flight. I have to say I was VERY impressed with how well the I1 did in those winds we were getting hit by. I will say this was the first time I was comfortable doing a dual operator shoot and felt comfortable enough to focus on the flying to take some shoots. Guys I will say this. Communication is KEY when flying dual operator. Honestly having a pilot that understands the camera guy’s job and a camera guy who understands the pilots job is probably the MOST important tool to have successful results. Jim, anytime we can work together...... please let me know. It was a pleasure and a lot of fun. So I didn't have the noise reduction software to eliminate some of the noise in the background but here is a slightly different take and feel of a video on the gathered material. Mainly all night shots with a different editing style, but thank you Jim for all the tips for editing. It’s helping a LOT. Here is my video (Mainly Night Shots) and also with MUCH better editing Jim's edit (Day and Night).