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    Sorry, I forgot to salute you on the video, very good! :o


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    That was great and a smashing video too,Thank you.

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    Some good photos, I'm not fan of drones but they have their uses.
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    Awesome shots!!!! Think I'll have to look into investing in one of these drones!

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    Nice to see Upwood from a new angle!
    Good work, and nice to see you back Steve
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    Thanks mate, not sure about being back as my exploring will probably be from the air now !!
    If there is a fence round it then it must be worth looking at !

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    feckin awesome :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve2109 View Post
    Thanks, yes its a Phantom 3 Advanced, the pictures taken with the camera not from the video, will add music for next one, thinking of doing Sevs maybe or West Raynham
    With the introduction of the P4 there are some excellent deals on the P3A

    Please, if adding music don't have it too loud. Bleeding eyes and ears don't add to the enjoyment. HDR and audio should be subtle additions to enhance photos/videos ;-)

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    This is a very interesting take on it and I thought the video was great!
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    Excellent dude, what drone do you have ?

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