This video was shot on this beautiful day and to quell fears of Phantom 2 Vision problems and paranoia. This is a rock solid stable bird and great flyer. This was the first of three flawless flights I did today, now well over a dozen flights in without a problem. The flight conditions today were 55 degrees 10mph wind and altitude of 705 feet. The wifi was popping in and out as I passed 700 feet as I was standing near at least a half dozen strong wifi signals. It did great overall and nice views and even better stills which ill upload in later post if anyone wants to see. This is Queens New York. I am fully updated on all of the latest firmware flying a stock setup using my Nexus 7 for FPV. This is raw non edited footage sent straight to YouTube. Link to the youtube video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yf0FsacYZWI P.S. To the altitude police. 1) Model aircraft under 55LBS or less and flown within VLOS are exempt from FAA laws and regulation. The Phantom is under 3LBS and I was flying within VLOS. 2) 400 foot altitude limits is a safety standard, not a law, for model aircraft being flown less than 5 miles of an airport, and just FYI I happen to be over 7 miles. 3) No commercial or non commercial airlines fly over or within miles of the location flown. 4) The nearest planes flying were at least three miles away and at much higher altitudes than 700 feet. 5) Helicopter occasionally fly near this area and I would see and or hear them coming well before or during the flight. 6) I don't fly with reckless abandon and have taken necessary precautions and only fly within my comfort level. 7) With concern to "fly aways" many of the known issues have been sorted with firmware updates. And in many cases switching to "atti" mode can also stop one if it's in the midst of occurring. 8) If you're too concerned about possible problems, or worse case scenarios happening maybe this isn't the hobby for you and you shouldn't be flying yourself. But please don't spoil things for the rest of us with unnecessary worry or criticism. P.P.S. To anyone still confused as to the actual and current "laws" regarding high altitude flight of radio controlled aircraft. Here's an interesting read. This is the proposal for dismissal in the case of FAA vs Trappy. An RC Plane Pilot who filmed some arial footage allegedly for profit over the UVA Campus at altitudes from 10 feet to as high as 1,500 feet. Some of the info here should shed some light as to the legalities of flying your Phantom or other model aircraft at high altitudes exceeding 400 feet. And to sum it up just in terms of regulations and law, yes as of the date of the flight and this post, it's legal. http://www.kramerlevin.com/files/upload ... Pirker.pdf P.P.P.S Even if a random low flying helicopter were to fly over the area that I was in. You need to realize how small the Phantom is. How slow the average helicopter flys. Also keep in mind this is not a flat surface but 3D space. Also the fact that I was flying in VLOS and could make corrections if necessary. The chances of a mid air collision with anything is so astronomically small you would literally have a better chance of getting hit by a car, struck by lightning, or winning the lottery. So enough with the doomsayers and paranoia. And lets get back to the whole point of this video which is to show how stable, reliable and safe to fly the Phantom 2 Vision really is.