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Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by snerd, Jul 7, 2015.

  1. snerd

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    Just because. Let's see where you're at as far as hours, flights and distance. For the new guys, it's in the App under User Center, the furthest icon at bottom-right of app when opening. Then look at bottom of next screen, click the middle icon with the drone/plane image. Then, you can just do a screen capture of the data at the top of the next screen. Cover Location if you want to withhold your last location.

    Mine.................................

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  2. Cacc

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    Whew! I thought it was just me that the Pilot Level was not moving at all. I will post mine when I get home from work.
     
  3. 30secs

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    Very nice snerd. Have you had any issues at all with your p3?
     
  4. robert velez

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    Nothing close to what others have as I just started a month ago, and purely for photo/video hobby fun pilot.png .
     
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    Cool

    i wish i had not forgotten to sync my android device to cloud before i ditched it and moved to iPhone
     
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    I need to get out more. Pretty smokey here lately due to fires, so not much to see.
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    I see you like long ranges ))
     
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    Of course. haha With the great coverage of the P3 it's nice flying by FPV and the map. I can easily recognize the terrain and where things are at. The furthest I have gone is about 3.5 km away - that was straight out from one of our mountain top tower sites, the flight showed max altitude of 14m, but that was only for coming in to land. This weekend I didn't go any further than a couple hundred meters from where we hiked to.
     
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    Brand new to drones, just picked mine up this weekend. Still trying to find my way around and learn how to make a compelling movie.

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    Sent from my SM-N910V using Tapatalk
     
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  12. Mark Stevens

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    Only had mine for about a week or two ImageUploadedByPhantomPilots1436283350.835711.jpg
     
  13. cmyk22

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    This was the last Flight Record before the bird crashed...twas a good run. IMG_1257.png
     
  14. snerd

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    I've spent most all my time learning to fly it. Just now getting into camera and movies. I suck at video................ it's a hard learning curve to remember all of the do's and don't's. I've finally broke myself off the Yaw while filming. And loops and spins. All the rookie mistakes. I do have a couple of nice stills, though!
     
  15. snerd

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    Wow! Nice run indeed! And with only 42 flights, you must love distance-flying!!
     
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    Yea.

    About 6.2 miles per flight avg.!!!
     
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    Here's mine.. The stats include the previous two P3P's I had before acquiring my third replacement. My current unit has 14 flights on it, a little over 2 hours of flight time.

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  18. cmyk22

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    @snerd I do love long distance flights. I was pushing the bird out to about 13,000 to 15,500 feet most times on a stock setup.
     
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    I am an avid golfer, and I am dying to get flyover footage of golf courses. All my practice right now involves smooth turning and movement. I also need to remember to get the sky out of frame because it fouls up the exposure. I am finding it is hard to think about so many things at one time . . .
     
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    Golf course shots are a great idea. Get some ND/CP filters to balance out the light and get some great contrast of the greens and blues.
     
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