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  1. Hi @Marcel Graham, Once you have applied for the 14 CFR 107.29 Daylight Operation Waiver the waiver will be good for 4 years, after that I assume you will have to re-apply or renew. The sUAS I fly with is the DJI Inspire 1 Pro Black Edition which as you know comes with builtin lights that can be used as anti-collision lights. I hope those answers could help you.
  2. Hi macoates - When you're in the air flying are you on the Video recording feature or the Photo feature?
  3. Hi Marcel, Came across your post which is probably too late now but I'll share what I understand from the rules. I myself have a 14 CFR 107.29 Daylight Operation Waiver which allows me to fly at night. From my understanding you cannot do any sort of flying at night if you're a hobbyist or commercial drone pilot. A commercial drone pilot with A Remote Pilot Certificate or hobbyist may operate at civil twilight provided you have an appropriate anti-collision system. Any flying before sunrise or after sunset if considered illegal unless you have a waiver from the FAA. If I'm not sharing the information correctly please let me know. Hope that helps.