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What’s in a Name? Everything!
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Have you guys named your drone? Does it have a special significance for you? Perhaps you named it “August 23, 2018” after the day you activated it or you named it “Billy Bob” after your father.
  
Now we are ready to listen to the momentous origin story of your drone’s name!
  
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1.  Tag your reply with # What’s in a Name? Everything! #
2.  Share your drone’s name and the story behind it. (Only replies to this post will count as entries.)

Prize】
When the event is over, we will choose the 5 most impressive drone names and give the proud owners 900 points!
  
DeadlineSeptember 28th
The event begins now and ends at 00:00 (UTC-8) September 28th.



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【For Example】
  
# What’s in a Name? Everything! #
My drone’s name: august
I named my mavic air “august” since I got it on my birthday in August. I really cherish it and hope it will be with me in every August in the future.

【How to find your drone’s name in DJI GO】

Step 1: Login in DJI GO and click “Equipment”
Step 2: Click the icon in the top right corner
Step 3: Click “Flight Records”
Step 4: You can see your drone’s name now!

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9-11 19:20
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Dear all, you don't need to share a screenshot now.  Just share the name of the drone you named in DJI Go and the story behind it with us!  Come on!
9-12 20:19
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Can anyone participate?
9-12 05:07
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# What’s in a Name? Everything! #   I named my drone "Vigilante."  As a company based out of Montana, USA the vigilantes have a special meaning.  In the days when the area was wild and lacked law enforcement, the citizens took the law into their own hands when they saw something was wrong and no one was addressing it.  We try to use our drones in areas where people need help but are not getting the support they need.

In addition to the work "Vigilante" and his fellow drones do for my company we use our drones for Search & Rescue Operations at no cost to the community.  See this month's issue of RotorDrone magazine for an article I wrote on drones and Search and Rescue operations.

Additionally, we just started a nonprofit company (Vigilante Cares) to help military veterans with PTSD.  We use the flying of drones to give a therapeutic break to PTSD suffers.  See our Twitter for more information @VigilanteDrones  or our GoFundMe page https://www.gofundme.com/b9e3wq- ... pc=ot_co_campmgmt_w
9-12 09:07
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VigilanteDrones beauty Story
9-12 09:35
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# What’s in a Name? Everything! #

I chose the name Ronin because of what this word means and what it means to me. Some will think that I may have named my Mavic 2 Pro after DJI's gimbal setup but no. Rather I picked this name because throughout my life I have felt like one without a master. And so I use my Mavic 2 Pro in much then same way and with the same outlook, no master, no boundaries. Create, explore and live.
9-12 13:10
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Nebuchadnezzar Posted at 2018-9-12 09:35
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Thanks Nebuchadnezzar!
9-12 19:45
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Todd Harper Posted at 2018-9-12 13:10
# What’s in a Name? Everything! #

I chose the name Ronin because of what this word means and what it means to me. Some will think that I may have named my Mavic 2 Pro after DJI's gimbal setup but no. Rather I picked this name because throughout my life I have felt like one without a master. And so I use my Mavic 2 Pro in much then same way and with the same outlook, no master, no boundaries. Create, explore and live.

I like the name!  During one of my tours of war in Iraq, my unit's call sign was Ronin.  We were a small 11 man unit sent two hours from friendly forces to train the Iraqi army.  We felt very much like the masterless samurai.  

Thanks for sharing!
9-12 19:48
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VigilanteDrones Posted at 2018-9-12 09:07
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# What’s in a Name? Everything! #   I named my drone "Vigilante."  As a company based out of Montana, USA the vigilantes have a special meaning.  In the days when the area was wild and lacked law enforcement, the citizens took the law into their own hands when they saw something was wrong and no one was addressing it.  We try to use our drones in areas where people need help but are not getting the support they need.

Meaningful name! Like it!
9-12 20:30
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# What’s in a Name? Everything! #

I don't have names for the Spark or the Mavic Air... until now. I hereby dub the Mavic Air "The Winner". It's a great little drone and is perfect for entering contests for free swag and points (Thanks Grace for your great contests). That doesn't mean that the Spark is the loser. It's still a great drone. So I'll call him "Runner Up"
9-12 21:02
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It's a shame we can't rename the drones. Bought mine 2nd hand and I'm stuck with "M1"
Now I must create a fictional heartwarming story around "M1" to enter the contest...
9-12 21:11
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Todd Harper Posted at 2018-9-12 13:10
# What’s in a Name? Everything! #

I chose the name Ronin because of what this word means and what it means to me. Some will think that I may have named my Mavic 2 Pro after DJI's gimbal setup but no. Rather I picked this name because throughout my life I have felt like one without a master. And so I use my Mavic 2 Pro in much then same way and with the same outlook, no master, no boundaries. Create, explore and live.

We are our own masters
9-12 22:15
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Thank you!
9-12 22:29
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Name - Phoenix (Mavic 2)

The name might be pretty obvious, The phoenix bird (Mythology) obtains new life by arising from the ashes of its predecessor. But the story of the name is somewhat dramatic, I don't have my Phoenix with me; it's dead because it dropped from the sky while I am flying. I was looking at it when it crashed into the water. I quickly contacted DJI and they where very quick to analyse the drone logs and letting me know its a case of warranty. So I named it Phoenix and hoping to get it delivered soon (born again from fire) #thanksdjisupport #Phoenixwillriseagain
9-13 00:51
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# What’s in a Name? Everything! #
Mine is named Charissa Mavic.
Because, I am Charissa, and this is my Mavic.I leave the storytelling for the drone videos and images I capture with it.

Charissa Mavic has captured mountains, dunes and deserts, urban spreads, and people in Africa. That is it,s story.

9-13 04:59
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# What’s in a Name? Everything! #
mine is named DRONY (probably very original !!!)

This is my children who called my drones like that.
My Daughter, 6 old, know the real name of each drone I had (Phantom, Mavic,  Sparky... -yes drony is the name of my main drone and when I have a smaller drone, like the spark, there is an other name...)


9-13 09:35
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faj221 Posted at 2018-9-13 00:51
# What’s in a Name? Everything! #  
Name - Phoenix (Mavic 2)

Sorry to hear the bad new of your drone.  "Phoenix" is really a figurative name. Hope your drone can be restored well and fly again like a phoenix.
9-13 18:23
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Charissa Posted at 2018-9-13 04:59
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Mine is named Charissa Mavic.
Because, I am Charissa, and this is my Mavic.I leave the storytelling for the drone videos and images I capture with it.

Sounds there will be a lot of interesting stories captured by you and your Mavic haha
9-13 19:10
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Mountaindrone Posted at 2018-9-13 09:35
# What’s in a Name? Everything! #
mine is named DRONY (probably very original !!!)

Lovely name and lovely girl! Looking forward to see more videos or photos of you and your daughter on the forum~
9-13 19:19
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# What’s in a Name? Everything! #
Well I name my Tello Drefily. As it sounds like 'dream+fly+freely'. It represent my dream to fly a drone freely. Well tello was my first drone, as a 15 years old teenager I always wanted to have a drone. One day I saw a review about Tello on youtube and I said "this is it" Have been flying it for about 3 month. Sadly, I crashed it on a 3 story building rooftop and unable to get it back, I asked my friend that have a spark to search for it on the 2nd day, but found that it was missing. Maybe the wind blown it down and someone took it. Luckily, my parent allow me to buy a new one after final exam, Im planning to buy a spark on November. Hmm... so what should I name the spark?
9-14 05:18
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# What’s in a Name? Everything! #

DJI Mavic Pro Platinum: Dronto [pronunciation: /drəʊn-təʊ/]

My wife came up with this “Dronto” name as she observes that I love my DJI drone like my own family

My family name (Martanto) also ends with /təʊ/

Dronto has travelled with us to USA, Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Canada, Japan, Indonesia, and Singapore.

Here is a short clip of Dronto’s shadow near the beach.

Dronto Shadow Video



Here is a snapshot of Dronto in action




Dronto in Action

Dronto in Action
9-14 07:59
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jacksonnai Posted at 2018-9-14 05:18
# What’s in a Name? Everything! #
Well I name my Tello Drefily. As it sounds like 'dream+fly+freely'. It represent my dream to fly a drone freely. Well tello was my first drone, as a 15 years old teenager I always wanted to have a drone. One day I saw a review about Tello on youtube and I said "this is it" Have been flying it for about 3 month. Sadly, I crashed it on a 3 story building rooftop and unable to get it back, I asked my friend that have a spark to search for it on the 2nd day, but found that it was missing. Maybe the wind blown it down and someone took it. Luckily, my parent allow me to buy a new one after final exam, Im planning to buy a spark on September. Hmm... so what should I name the spark?

Nice name and all the best for your final exam Jacksonnai..

Hope you get your Spark soon..

Believe it or Not: I asked my 7 year old nephew, which drone he likes the most/he thinks is the best: he said DJI Spreading Wings S1000

only then I realized he researches more DJI drone than I do
9-14 08:23
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dronto Posted at 2018-9-14 08:23
Nice name and all the best for your final exam Jacksonnai..

Hope you get your Spark soon..

Thanks mate
Hahaha kid now days
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I dont have a name right now for my Spark, but, I can call him "Halley". Why Halley? Is like the comet. Where him pass attract the curious eyes from all, fly with a great speed and share the most beautiful images to keep it with me for the rest of my life.
9-15 10:06
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# What’s in a Name? Everything! #
For me my nickname for Spark is Pegasus!
It inspires me with the freedom to fly, Strength, Legendary, flies above all others!

9-17 12:48
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#What's in a Name? Everything#

I named my P3A Boojum after my dog. because just like him he liked to wonder long distances from home.
I named my MP Boojum 2, after my dog, Because just like him he is reliable, well balanced, and always returns home.
9-17 19:09
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Woe Posted at 2018-9-17 19:09
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I named my P3A Boojum after my dog. because just like him he liked to wonder long distances from home.

haha interesting
9-17 19:37
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My lil drony cause come on its adorable   
9-18 02:16
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#What's in a Name? Everything! # My lil'Drony cause first thought unpacking it was ; awwww adorable!
9-18 10:37
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# What’s in a Name? Everything! #
OK, let's have fun here!

My flagship Matrice 200 is named Da Rhino, because ... well, she looks and behave like a rhino. Second in line Inspire 2 is named Da Manta, again because with arms raising she looks like this mean insect ready to strike. My now mostly retired but still venerable Inspire 1 Pro was christened The Mothership because at this moment she truly was to my both Phantoms (3 Pro & 4 Pro+), named Snowflake 1 and Snowflake 2 respectively. Nothing really fascinating about these stories, as my life of lone geek is dull and pointless ... Just kiddin' ...   
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Thinking about what to call this blue spark, the name "Sylvester" came to mind. Only later did I realize that "Sylvester Thedrone" sounded like a famous Sylvester. I don't name everything I own, just things with enough character to earn a name. Like an old car I had a few years ago was "Sophira."
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