Hello from Anchorage Alaska

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  1. JakeS

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    Hey all I recently received my Mavic Pro and have been flying it a bit up here in Alaska. It has been great so far and I have been enjoying it so far.

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    Welcome to our newest forum Jake and look forward to some of your adventures there with it .:)
    Cheers
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    Hello,
    It is a pleasure to welcome you to the Mavic Pilots forum. I hope that you will take advantage of the benefits that come with membership and that you will be able to use the forum for the exchange of innovative ideas and as a resource for current developments in Mavic quadcopter’s.
    Enjoy! Thumbswayup
     
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    Welcome to Mavic Pilots! How has your Mavic been faring in the colder Alaskan temperatures?
     
  5. JakeS

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    Quite well actually. I have flown it in 30f so far and it didn't seem to affect much other than my hands... I will definitely need to get some ND filters for when we have snow and sunny days though! My main trouble now is getting out to fly it while it's light outside.
     
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    Yep -- that's the same problem I face in the winter time here. I tried fingerless gloves last year. My fingers still froze :D

    I hear you. It's tough getting out during the week this time of year. I'm usually busy in the morning and it's dark in the evening. If only I didn't have so many trees near my house...
     
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