Hello everyone, we really need your help, tips and advice! We are a small production company, Film Nation (www.film-nation.com) and we were hired to produce a 1 minute TV spot for a major Cruise line in one of the biggest ships in the world. We are departing in 3 days and we are ready to shoot, with all our camera equipment, except one little detail: we are taking a Phantom Vision 2 plus to do some aerial shots but we have no experience at all in drone piloting. We just got the drone yesterday so we our learning in express mode as fast as we can. Tomorrow we are practicing in outdoors and we hope with a good enough wind so we can learn how to deal with it in the middle of the sea. As you all know we have to be really carefull not to fall into the ocean, and to get the drone back to the ship. In the ground station function of the dji vision app I found out I can set a dynamic home point so the drone flies back to the ship which will be in motion all the time, but my first big concern is that when Ive been practicing yesterday and today, the app crashes when going to that function in my iphone 6! Should I set something off? should I reinstall it? Imagine that happens in the middle of the flight in the middle of the sea! ok, I know, first rule, "don`t panic" but I need to know all the possibilites I could face in order to react the best possible. Another concern is wind, how can I know how many wind the drone can stand?. There are 3 kind of shots I would love to do: 1st the simplest one: a)take off looking at me, b)fly away until I have a full panoramic view of the whole ship,c) fly back to home (me) still facing towards me so I dont have to concern about the camera but the flight. 2nd shot: a Big panoramic circle around the ship which I dont think I will do at least not complete because I need to have it in sight all the time, so maybe a half circle as long as I keep visual contact with the drone. 3rd shot take 1: My santa claus wish is a) to fly away, b)position the drone the lowest possible to the ocean surface, c) fly fast towards the ship at that same low position, d) pass through the ship discovering all its majestuosity, e) leave it behind the drone which will always keep the same view position in the whole tak, f) fly back. 3rd shot take 2: Do the same but with the camera always facing not to the flights direction but to the ship. This would be a long panning shot in exactly the same flying action described in the previous take. So, thanks for your help, tips, and good vibes. Promise to show all of you the result!