WORLD RECORD PHANTOM 2 VISION FLIES 17 MINUTES @ -15 DEGREES Place: Lakeville, Minnesota USA Time: 4:00 am to 4:18 am Conditions: Outside temperature a balmy -15 degrees F. below zero. One hour after test flight temps dropped to -17 degrees below zero, windchill was -24 degrees, Winds calm at 0 mph. Humidity 83%, barometric pressure was 1029.34 hPa, skies were clear. Verified: By video during flight, still photos from cell phone, photos of thermometer, screenshots of cell phone and TV weather channel weather. Here is the video compilation of flying in these extreme conditions. Finally got some time to put it together. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JzHZAPfedPQ[/youtube] I had to get up at 3:30 a.m. on Christmas Eve, December 24, 2013 to prep for the coldest temps so far this winter season. TV weather said -15 degrees, cell phone said -15 degrees and our outside thermometer said -14 degrees. Either way a couple degrees, I didn't feel the difference. Fingers were numb wore face-mask and gloves to protect exposed skin. I had flown at -5 degrees a week earlier and waited for a colder snap to test flying in extreme cold. And no, I wasn't bored, just trying to illustrate that if needed, the Phantom 2 Vision can fly in extreme cold. To verify and confirm my extreme cold flight test, I took screenshots from three different weather sources. 1. the weather channel, 2. screenshots on my computer weather bug, 3. screenshots of my cell phone weather widget. Then, because my cell phone, a Samsung Galaxy S3 freezes up within 5 minutes in extreme cold, I taped a hand warmer to the back side of the phone to keep the battery warm and it worked. I was able to fly for 17 minutes and then as soon as the P2V battery wore down enough so flight was impossible, the cell phone finally froze and I was ready for the ultra warm bed I left inside. Let me know what you guys think and if anyone in Canada or Alaska has flown a P2V quad in colder temps.