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I am lucky to live in a beautiful area in Prescott, AZ. It took me 10 months to finally get the 107 approval to fly over this area, here's the video. Shot with a combo of DJI Mavic hand-flown and pre-programmed with Litchi for the running shots, DJI Osmo with z-axis for the stabilized running shots, and GoPro for the fixed shots. 

 

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8 hours ago, Eric Morgan said:

Great vid! How long did you shot this? Setting aside the 10 months of getting approval

It took about 3 batteries for the general drone footage one afternoon, and about 4 hours with 3 batteries for the running drone shots and the ground shots. 

 

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On 1/10/2018 at 6:30 AM, gregrev said:

It took about 3 batteries for the general drone footage one afternoon, and about 4 hours with 3 batteries for the running drone shots and the ground shots. 

 

You know we all want to produce great videos that people like, but aside from the adulation doesn’t if feel great just knowing that you figured out all the gizmos that made producing this possible in the first place.

Im old and fat, so my running days are long behind me, so I kind of hate you for that (jk), but what a great way to show such a beautiful location.  I also liked how you did your title.  

Keep up the good work.

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1 hour ago, Av8Chuck said:

You know we all want to produce great videos that people like, but aside from the adulation doesn’t if feel great just knowing that you figured out all the gizmos that made producing this possible in the first place.

Im old and fat, so my running days are long behind me, so I kind of hate you for that (jk), but what a great way to show such a beautiful location.  I also liked how you did your title.  

Keep up the good work.

It's funny you say that, I actually tried a few new techniques with the 2 Gopros and Litchi and figuring out how to properly program Litchi to record those runs was very satisfying. Half the fun of this whole thing is playing with gadgets :D

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