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Old July 15th, 2015, 04:56 AM
Lockon Lockon is offline
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Default Re: Drones in Hawaii

I have a DJI Phantom Vision 2 Plus and it's my first RC anything and I had my share of growing pains (crashes).

I know that some national/State parks have bans where you can't fly them but I guess like anything else, as long as you fly your drone responsibly and think about the impact on the crowd/neighborhood/environment, you should be okay.

I don't condone flying drones where the public may become uncomfortable, like close up where women would be sunbathing and such (they might think you're being Sukebe'). Start at an open and wide park, fly at a modest altitude, and if you intend on flying on any state park, it's a good idea to simply ask questions and have a flight plan by recon'ing the site should they have questions.
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