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  1. Nefasto

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    hi, yesterday I took off my phantom professional from 5,187.7 Mts above sea level. Someone knows if there are any higher?
     

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  2. The Brit

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    Mount Everest , LMAO
     
  3. Nefasto

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    Ok, thanks for the information. I am new in this; a top ten highest takeoff exists?
     
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  4. SimonH78

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  5. Nefasto

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    Did someone know about a top ten high altitude drone takeoff list?
     
  6. nhoover

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    No, it was 6334m (caption in the film says 6100m - either way super high), Thanks VERY much for posting about that K2 video though - it's fantastic. And I can't wait for the full documentary to come out.
     
  7. SimonH78

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    Lol thanks for the correction - dyslexic fingers :)
     
  8. N017RW

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    There is an old vid of a Phantom at Everest Base Camp, ~17k ft. IIRC.
    Not sure of model, but a P2 at most.
     
  9. Esteban Barrera

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    Hello Guys,
    I just flew my P3P on top of Artisan Volcano at 5,704 metres (18,714 ft) in Ecuador.
    Flew for 9 minutes, no problem at all (we had beautiful weather with no wind)
    I took 4 batteries, and had them in my jacket; probably we were around -10C, and had the low temperature warning, but did not pay attention.
    Video soon.
    I was impressed by the little P3P.