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Night flying

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Jay Bromley, Jan 19, 2014.

  1. Jay Bromley

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    Have had a chance to do a couple of night flights now with my Phantom 1.1.1 and really like it. The light show up very well and even cast a glow to the ground if not very high.
    Lots of fun for sure. :D
     
  2. ladykate

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    As you might deduce from my Avatar, I also fly at night on occasion. The lights are really bright (too bright in some cases). Would like a method of dimming them. They interfere with things I want to record (audiences at the shows I would like to film do not like the bright lights lingering up above - they take away from the show).
     
  3. Bravox

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    Some users use electrical tape or masking tape on the LEDs to avoid interfering with the camera at night , you could try that ;)