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  1. Hi folks! Will be traveling to Kauai in April 2018 and plan to bring my DJI Mavic Air. This would be Part 107 flying. I wanted to crowdsource my research a bit, as so far I'm finding a lot of out-of-date info on various websites and want to do as much due diligence as possible before the trip. So here's where I'm at so far. The Class D airspace is pretty easy to spot. And I read that I'm not allowed to fly in Hanalei National Wildlife Refuge. Just wanted to do a gut check and make sure I wasn't missing anything. Also, any good places you'd recommend to fly? Can't wait to explore the island, both from ground and from air
  2. Aloha gang! I'm back with another outside-the-box video project & happy to share it. This is a property listing video, using an on-camera interview approach to tell the story. I won't belabor the description with words, just let the video do the talking. Enjoy!
  3. Aloha peeps! Occasionally I get to shoot luxury resort condos, which are being sold and could be either rented out short term (vacation rental) or serve as a residence at the resort. I've often entertained the idea of living in a resort. Sure, the tourists will constantly ask you for directions and 'what do we do on vacation' questions, but the bonus is that your neighbors turn over often, there's a cleaning service in-house, and you don't ever mow again...ever. Oh, and of course all the groovy island resort stuff that comes with it...restaurant, pools, courtyards, beach access, etc. Yea, I think I'd live here...