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Baseball Anyone?

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by sdtrojan, Mar 18, 2015.

  1. sdtrojan

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    I have a version I made for my son with Wale's "Ambition" which is awesome, but I pulled the audio to allow for posting on Vimeo.

    https://vimeo.com/122585351
     
  2. paullarry

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    The video is not working man just stuck when i forward it.
     
  3. Siwulam

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    I think the video is cool, but can't you be arrested for going into the stadiums?
     
  4. sdtrojan

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    I know there are FAA temporary flight restriction on flying within 5 miles of an NFL, MLB or NCAA Division 1 stadium within 3 hours of an event, during an event, and 1 hour after an event, so as to protect spectators. I was actually flying from a park located right next to the stadium, which is open to the public. Since baseball is out of season (spring training only) and the stadium was vacant, I don't see an issue with it.
     
  5. GoodnNuff

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    Beautiful video!
    I think you are ok flying over an empty stadium.
    But yeah, very nice work.
     
  6. fantasma1

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    Great video.
    An idea for cleaning crew to "double check" the complex ready for an event because i can see the "seats" rows and could tell was a clean place.