Yeah when I hear testimonies like that it reminds me of some of the wrong turns I made in life lol but I can’t complain. God has been good to me as well, even though I made a conscious decision to disobey, He’s still kept His hand of protection over my life.Nah, she retired many years ago. I married well She was pretty high up in the HR executive ranks at the multinational chemical company at which we both worked. She out-earned me in her final years there. She is quite happy not working. I still cannot give up my job. It was an effort to go half-time. Too much of my life and identity is built around my occupation and career. It will have to end someday but not yet. Plus I have a great job. High pay, low oversight, and very low stress (no people or profit/loss responsibility). Not an easy gig to give up.
Oh yeah, right on. Yeah the mavic is more for cinematic shots and more user friendly. DJI makes some nice products. They’ve actually snuck their way into the fpv world with their HD units. A lot of people are raving over it.With the trick flying you are doing, maybe you should be flying radio controlled planes - either electric or gas powered. Looks cool. I have a friend with a Mavic Pro drone. He does not use it for a lot and I do not think it is as maneuverable as yours. He lives on a farm about 1/2 mile from I-75 in central Florida. He flies it out to near the interstate whenever he sees a big accident out there. The stretch of I-75 next to him has a lot of accidents because it is where southbound I-75 turns from 3 lanes to only 2 (just north of Wildwood, FL).
Funny enough a lot of motovloggers are getting into the Mavics nowadays too as another layer to their videos.