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Dj mavic pro

Discussion in 'Mavic Discussion' started by calvin_jan, Sep 27, 2016.

  1. calvin_jan

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  2. Squeamish

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    I'm guessing demand is pretty strong, I've been unable to place an order for about two hours. (Shopping Cart web server is returning a 502 error)
     
  3. calvin_jan

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    Hmm chk amazon they have to with spare bats in a combo


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  4. Tahoe Ed

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    I have been flying one for the last 3 days. Great little craft. If anyone has questions let me know.
     
  5. FlynFool

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    Yeah Ed, as a prospective buyer of my first quad I'm curious.....Mavic or P4? Was waiting for today's announcement before buying P4. Now.....I just don't know.

    BTW, I'm not a new pilot, if you're wondering.

    Thanks!
     
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    Yes 1 Ed, what wind speed can it handle, thanks
     
  7. Tahoe Ed

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    We have flown it in 15+mph winds. I did not take my anemometer with me I think the gusts were higher. I moves around a bit as you would expect a light craft to do. The gimbal smooths everything out.
     
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    Ed,
    Thanks for opening yourself up to a likely flood of questions. :)
    My question is this, How sturdy are the legs under the front arms? I'm looking at them as a possible hand catch point. VERY close to the props I know but it should stay fairly stable in the air with all its tech.
     
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    Ed, can you post some still images taken both with and without the "bubble?" Thanks!
     
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    I'm interested in the sturdiness of the legs as well, I often fly in terrain where a hand catch is the only good way to land.