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Finally got my p3a

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by Milehigh970, Aug 24, 2015.

  1. Milehigh970

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    Went Friday to multicopter warehouse in Castle Rock, Co and picked up a p3a. Great guys! Made a few flights this weekend at the lake. I love this thing!!
     
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  2. Milehigh970

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    Now to order a bag and few spare batteries!! Trying to decide between the drone crate bag and the go professional limited. Opnions?
     
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    Happy for you. Have fun......
     
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    Love my GPC Limited pack. Some may tell you it's expensive, but it's worth it IMO. And the storm color is legit.
     
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    I have the DJI hardshell backpack for my P3P. $150. Small and lightweight and conforms to carry on dimensions for flights.
     
  6. Milehigh970

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    I'm really leaning this way!!
    I looked at the hardshell when I got my p3a at the store. It just seemed limited to storage.
     
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    It's pretty precise. I have my copter, controller, 2 sets of props, 4 batteries. 5 ND filters, charger, iPad 3, and sunhood in mine, along with a couple of pens and a notepad. Not much else will fit. I just like it because it is SMALL, is a backpack (and not a carry case), and can be a carry on bag. Anything beyond that goes in my checked bag. (Actually, I put the props in checked luggage as well, since they could theoretically be confiscated <sigh>, although I have no knowledge of this ever happening). Batteries HAVE to be carried on, so the case is helpful in that regard.
     
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