John Hudgeons

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  1. Thanks Susan. I would have loved to get the Inspire but figured it was best to start with the Mavic 2 Pro and learn how to master it first before investing 4 times as much money in the Inspire. Even later on after purchasing an Inspire the Mavic 2 Pro would give me some other options.
  2. Hi Susan, Thanks for the advice. I plan to follow the rules/laws as it's really the only option if you want to keep your license and fly longterm using it for your business. May I ask you a couple of questions? -- What drone do you use? Did you purchase drone insurance for the drone itself? And last, did you purchase any liability insurance? Our family visited your country back in 2015 and would love to go back. I was also there back in the early 70's with a Boy Scout troop when my father was stationed in Bitburg, Germany with the US Air Force. On that scouting trip there were thousands of
  3. Hey all! I've considered adding a drone to my photography business I've had for almost 5 years. I recently picked up another commercial client and there's a need for drone photos and video in addition to standard still photos of their projects/businesses. So.....I finally dived in and got a drone. Just unboxed the Mavic 2 Pro yesterday. It appears to be of excellent quality and can't wait to try it out. I'll take my Part 107 test in 6 days. I'll take my time getting ready for my first flight - don't need a "crash" course. I welcome any words of advice for a first time drone pilot. I'm l