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Dunnottar Castle

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by toorboy, Oct 13, 2016.

  1. toorboy

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    @toorboy Nice video, this is one of the first time I can really see the place of the footage and really appreciate the place (which is nice by the way).
    Thank you for the experience. I hope to be able to visit it next Summer, as I plan to come in Scotland and visit plenty of castles.
     
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    thanks Soween :) just remember warm clothes when you come over
    lol you can only fly here when the castle is closed buddy :) so check
    your opening times in advance
     
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    Tks for the advice @toorboy However it makes sense to be early morning or late evening, for the sun so...
    Was your video in the evening? I wonder what it would look like when Sun is lightning the clif on the other side (to better see the entrance, only thing i couldn't figure).
    But your video is pleasant to watch, because you are not cutting too often.
     
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    thanks Soween :) the time was 9am when i did that flight
     
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    Ok, morning, so means that if I want to try it with light in the opposite side, it should be evening, and late evening as potentially in Summer....
    If I am not mistaken, in UK, as in canada, there is no fee/exam (yet) but like 50 rules to respect, is there anything special to allow that type of video (except the fact it must be closed)? Insurance? Thank you.
     
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    you don't need anything to fly here Soween but I have been thinking about insurance for
    a while now as my bird is now 1 year old
     
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    Ok thank you very much @toorboy Before I leave and when i will have a drone for real, I will surely come back with more questions ;-)
    See you