Around Dunoon


#1

Funny old day. Went to Dunoon to use the drones to help find a dog lost in a forest. The gorgeous dog turned up safe and sound not long after I got there. So instead of hours of 4K footage of forests to look through, I got to go any play. Beautiful place.
The Mavic 2 is insanely good in a breeze, it was about 25mph and she was rock steady.
https://flickr.com/photos/16481777@N04/sets/72157676560360157


#2

Nice pictures, all that open space to fly in too :grinning:


#3

Thanks, it’s almost too easy, in that it’s easy to forget about developing a good technique and strategy.


#4

It’s a shame my one time in Dunoon was about 1 month before my first Phantom2+GoPro drone. :frowning:

Oh - wait! It was pissing with rain and blowing a hoolie … :wink:


#5

Some great shots there Kev


#6

Nice pics, shame I’m so far away. Might have to see if the wife fancies a weekend away.


#7

Great photos @knewt - the Coastal Flyer badge is winging its way to your profile!

And even better news on finding the missing dog :bowing_man:


#8

Definitely worth a visit. Well set up for tourism too, but in a quaint way, not a gaudy way.


#9

I still can’t believe how good the Mavic is in a blow. It was 25mph and still did pano shots. Incredible.


#10

Nice to see your Dunoon pics, my home town!
I lost my P4 there into the sea last summer… Took me 2 months to find it but I eventually did with UW camera. Didnt work after that funnily enough


#11

Done-in in Dunoon.

Did you determine the cause of the ditching?


#12

Undercarriage looks OK :+1: :upside_down_face:


#13

It just crumbled into pieces - must be the salt water! 3 props were ok but who would re use them!


#14

I’d have thrown it back in
Burial at sea and all that…