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First flight with the P2V

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision Discussion' started by Tromac, Dec 2, 2013.

  1. Tromac

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    My PV arrived yesterday and I stopped by the local park on the way home from work to put it to the test. I've been reading for months, watching Colin's videos and have a background in RC heli's so I was looking forward to getting her airborne. Everything went smoothly, it's certainly a lot easier to fly.

    Anyway I thought I would say hello and post some photos taken. I plan to do a lot more aerial shoots around the area in which I live.

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  2. myvrodrocks

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    Welcome aboard. Was it not just awesome?!?! You're hooked now.
     
  3. Tromac

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    Definitely, I've been hooked on the idea of aerial photography since I use to run my own photography business 5 years ago. But to do it commercially here is very expensive. But now I am happy to just potter around and take photos and fly for fun.

    Thanks for the welcome :)
     
  4. Drone7

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    Nice pictures!
    I read you have your own photography business so i can imagine that you can not wait for the raw converter, more to play with in Photoshop :)
    The PV is a good product for pictures. For video you need a Zenmuse or something similar.
     
  5. Tromac

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    Thanks Drone,

    I should have worded my post better sorry. I had previously run my own photography business but shut it down about 5 years ago now, that's why I'm only doing photography and aerial photography for fun now. But still a RAW converter would be nice :)

    Cheers,
    Troy