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Old Sep 16, 2017, 9:06 AM   #1
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Aerial view of the Arashiyama Kameyama park area with a Mavic Pro

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... with some wildlife:

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A whole different perspective. #1 is great.
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Thank you Walter
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That is some very beautiful country. Have you had any hassles with drone photography in other countries?
I've always been amazed how close the Japanese live to one another. Very dense neighborhoods even in the countryside.
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That is some very beautiful country. Have you had any hassles with drone photography in other countries?
I always try to be very careful about flying my drones and obey all laws and regulations:
1. I only fly where there are no people below
2. Stay within visual sight of the craft
3. and not going over the 120m height restriction
By following #1 above there were usually no one around to hassle me, also I try to fly over deserted area like body of water or empty park. For example in Prague or Kyoto, I flew over the rivers and tooks off from its banks.
Before I fly I usually scan for no drone signs, and they are now cropping up a lot. I also use apps like KittyHawk and Airdata which show me if the area is off-limit by daily temporary no-fly zones.


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I've always been amazed how close the Japanese live to one another. Very dense neighborhoods even in the countryside.
You're right I'm still amazed by the morning and afternoon commutes on the JR and metro lines... I was in Beijing several years ago but Tokyo beats them all in the sea of people during rush hours crossing the traffic lights!

How about this 6 images pano from the Mavic drone: ?

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