DJI Mavic 2 – first flight – KEN HERON

Ken gets to fly the Mavic 2 in Lexington, Kentucky.

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Video Edited with Adobe Premiere Pro CC
Ken Heron is a holder of an FAA Part 107 Certificate
This flight complies with the rules set forth by the FAA
for UAV flights within The United States.




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23 Replies to “DJI Mavic 2 – first flight – KEN HERON”

  1. Zelig2u

    I never get tired of that outro music! It meshes with the subject matter as zanily as YOU do Ken! That IS a word, right….. "that"? Kidding. I meant "zanily". Hyuk!

  2. Phillip R Peck

    That Inspire footage looks so good. I recently got the Mavic 2 Pro and am just slightly disappointed with the quality of the video. Overall, it's an awesome drone, I just don't know that it's cut out for anything more than social media and YouTube

  3. Michael Truskolaski

    Wow dude.!? that ending… wow the twist the scene ,the big fancy pool and the well dressed and legit classy crowd, the beutiful day..mmmm , then –) bang!!! Dead animal laughing at me. Ken there is a smile on your face, but a sadness in your eyes, i never know what i'm gonna see. thankies

  4. Memories With Altitude

    We had a guy ask a question in one of our drone groups, DroneUp. He asked about flying near cranes. He had a job doing aerial video for a construction company and another company wouldn't let him fly the drone because he said it would interfere with their signal. Have you ever heard of a drone messing with a Crane's operation? I've been meaning to ask you about that and this video reminded me. I personally have never heard of it and wouldn't think it would. unless the signal cables on the crane are not shielded properly, could that be a possibility? I've operated mobile boom cranes but nothing that big. What would you opinion be on the matter?

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