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  1. I notice on both beacon and controller. Any input on these? OPERATING FREQUENCIES 2.4-2.483 GHz 5.18-5.24 GHz 5.725-5.85 GHz CHANNEL WIDTH (STANDARD WIFI) 20, 40, and 80 MHz CHANNEL WIDTH (SKYDIO LINK™) 5 and 10 MHz GPS SATELLITE CONSTELLATIONS GPS and GLONASS
  2. I guess I'm not following the advices. @Retsel's Drone: Are you saying while doing activities (e.g. biking) in Active Track mode, you would leave the remote on the ground? Will you find the remote after? @Bill Fearheller and @John Thalheimer: The whole idea of the follow me mode (a.k.a. Active Track) is to free your hands so that the drone would fly autonomously while you are doing your activities, right? Or, do I misunderstand the purpose it? Or, are you saying that M2P is not design to do this?
  3. After researching further, it appears that people are having hard time holding the remote during ActiveTrack and performing the activities. The neck strap is not secure and the remote cannot be stowed away in back during this mode. Bummer. Any one finds the work around of this issue?
  4. Hi all, This is another pre-purchase question. With Mavic 2 Pro, can you stow away the remote in the follow me mode so that you have free hands to do your activity? Thanks!
  5. Thanks all. This is very encouraging news.
  6. Thanks for the location suggestion, Alan! But, Virginia Beach is 3 hrs away. The frequency I go to Virginia Beach is probably 1 in 2 years.
  7. The video below illustrate my point. (Fast forward to time - 4:30). Granted that the person is in UK, but the same issue exists here in US. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lGnBC36h_R8 Am I the only one pondering on this?
  8. If this question has been asked/discussed, please point me to the thread. I live in Virginia and I used to fly R/C helicopter years ago. This hobby had came to a complete stop after traveling for 2 hrs each way to fly the bird. With the drones getting more advanced every year, I'm thinking to buy a drone. My intent with the drone is for recreation purposes (i.e. taking picture/video of myself and/or family and friends). However, with more regulations and restrictions in VA and/or elsewhere, I fear that the drone would also be an expensive investment where I can only fly it at the same place every time. Otherwise, it will be tucked in the bag until I travel to unregulated locations. Please let me know if I misunderstand the reality and/or any advice is welcomed.