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up at 200 ft for beginners

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by marg2, Jan 12, 2015.

  1. marg2

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    any reason to go higher??
    Fly responsibly!!! drones cameras have wide angle lenses, unless U go to SLR, ( high end Drones) but still 200 ft, is more than we need, remember there are some Pilot that do aerials for a living, as a toll to get people to come to their website, lets not get more Regulation on USA soil.Here is a link of 200 ft look like
    https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=H7e5eRSisVA
     
  2. rstekeur

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    If 200 feet is good, then 400' is twice as good. Thats new math. lol
     
  3. marg2

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    :arrow: Got me on that, let go 400 :D
     
  4. Suwaneeguy

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    Line of sight for beginners. Once you have a FPV system to see what the bird is seeing, go for it.
    But if you have ground station, just use the autopilot mode and watch the video in a monitor.
    Which I'd rather use for high flying anyways.
     
  5. marg2

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    Use my I pad for FPV like, to fly in ATTI mode, like my rc heli , looking into the PC ground station with data link for more longer waypoint or auto pilot mode, will see, looking 2 at fatshark goggles 2
    Is all about the FUN