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najob

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Re: Drones
« Reply #20 on: Jan 10, 18, 08:18 »
I've got the Mavic Pro....first time drone owner, and I friggin love it.

Agreed, I love my Mavic Pro like you I wish the sensor was a bit larger like the Phantom 4 Pro. The stills and video that comes from the P4P look so much more crisp!

I think the P4P is the best bang for your buck, but I'd wait until the spring I imagine a new Mavic or Phantom is coming.

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Re: Drones
« Reply #21 on: Jan 13, 18, 19:37 »
I had an extensive chat with our local Transport Canada POI during an audit this fall.  He's issuing SFOC's for drones on a regular basis and said the barrier to entry is pretty low as long as knowledge and common sense is demonstrated.   I plan on applying for one soon, especially with BLOS coming.
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yvr20th

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Re: Drones
« Reply #22 on: Jan 20, 18, 03:05 »
I had an extensive chat with our local Transport Canada POI during an audit this fall.  He's issuing SFOC's for drones on a regular basis and said the barrier to entry is pretty low as long as knowledge and common sense is demonstrated.   I plan on applying for one soon, especially with BLOS coming.

Speaking of SFOC’s are they still as intricate and detail oriented? Last I looked into filing one it required a LOT of information like a 20 page report.
I would love to put my Mavic Pro to use and make a few $.


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Re: Drones
« Reply #23 on: Jan 20, 18, 12:36 »
Speaking of SFOC’s are they still as intricate and detail oriented? Last I looked into filing one it required a LOT of information like a 20 page report.
I would love to put my Mavic Pro to use and make a few $.


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20 pages is nothing.  Try getting an actual operating certificate approval for a real aviation operation.  Typical response time for a letter of intent to a signed certificate is 6 months.
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Force33

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Re: Drones
« Reply #24 on: Jan 26, 18, 04:42 »
Saving up to buy a drone, Heard good things about the Mavic Pro.

yvr20th

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Re: Drones
« Reply #25 on: Jan 27, 18, 00:42 »
Saving up to buy a drone, Heard good things about the Mavic Pro.

Love my Mavic Pro. I still think it’s the best bang for your buck in terms of portability and features packed in. Although DJI just release a new smaller drone that could give the Pro some competition.


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dubb121

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Re: Drones
« Reply #26 on: May 26, 18, 14:14 »
Agreed, I love my Mavic Pro like you I wish the sensor was a bit larger like the Phantom 4 Pro. The stills and video that comes from the P4P look so much more crisp!

I think the P4P is the best bang for your buck, but I'd wait until the spring I imagine a new Mavic or Phantom is coming.

Some of my photos:




Agreed and i also love the Mavic pro and Phantom. I read and got some good recommendations for the new Mavic at http://www.fsworld.us/newsroom/pr/things-to-consider-when-shopping-for-a-nano-drone/.

samuelddarden

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Re: Drones
« Reply #27 on: Jun 06, 20, 18:34 »
How long it will take to go that place from Toronto? Also how much money did you spend?  Release your hidden creativity  in  justbuild lol game because it was completely free.