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Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision Discussion' started by pault, Jan 12, 2014.

  1. pault

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    I have been sitting all day waiting in vain for the wind to drop. The PV2 has only 30 minutes of flight time so far and I have read all the forum posts, watched the training videos again and re-read the manual

    So I decided to make a logbook page, mainly so I can keep track of the usage on my two batteries.

    I have uploaded it to some web space so if there any other **** types like me you are welcome to download it :)

    Any suggestions for improvements are welcome

    http://www.webroutes.co.uk
     
  2. Shrimpfarmer

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    Well thats a comprehensive log sheet, thanks for sharing. I have to confess all I do is keep a note of how many times I have used each battery and the total number of flights.
     
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    Nicely done! I reckon you'd get a thumbs up from a BNUC-S examiners as well with those. :D

    I'm slightly lazy so I just use my Flytrex data and any additional info in the comments...
     
  4. pault

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    It had crossed my mind that there may be commercial opportunities ..... ;)
     
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    Will be great info for the FAA examiner when he checks in :)
     
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    Am I too late to the party to enjoy this one?
     
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    evidently we both are :D so can't comment on how good it is

    Bmews
     
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    so what are you getting instead?

    Bmews
     
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    Great logbook!

    I have one also, it is the best thing we can all do to improve safety.
     
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  12. pault

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    Thanks for the comments :)

    Keeping a tally of the battery usage as I do with the logbook has proved to be remarkably accurate and has matched what the assistant has reported almost exactly.

    Am planning planning to get a P2 and a Dronexpert RX100 mount or a Vision+ if the camera is significantly upgraded.