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Inspire 1 with GoPro sessions
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R&L Aerial
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Easy setup, you need GoPro sessions, aftermarket go pole and some mounts. Haven't tried it yet because of the snow.

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americanrawlins
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it looks like you should some how counter the weight so you don't have any issues? Im sure you wont have any issues cause the inspire is very powerful but just to be on the safe side. This looks badass though and curious how it films and how it flies, keep us posted.
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R&L Aerial
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americanrawlins Posted at 2016-2-17 15:52
it looks like you should some how counter the weight so you don't have any issues? Im sure you wont  ...

I will post a video when I take her out, it's really not a very heavy setup, it will more than likely make the rear motors work a little harder, we shall see___
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DJI-Tim
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wow, now your drone taking selfie looks very cool, but you probably will need to do some weight balancing before flying it
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americanrawlins
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Id think a simple fishing weight would suffice. It would look ugly but in theory should work.
2016-2-18
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DJI-Dave
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Looks good. Not the first I have seen. There are some good videos online from this kind of setup.

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2016-2-18
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Hterag
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Haha, that looks hilarious and I'd love to see the video. I've actually thought about something similar with a cheap action camera on a stick at the front to do, "dronies" (selfies for drones) from the correct selfie angle.

I have a small dictation device which I use to record the sound (because motor roaring is awesome) that I stick to the place where your camera attaches (it seems to get the least wind there)  but having seen this I might take that off and try that.
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