What are you using to carry your Mavic Pro?

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  1. MavicPro

    MavicPro Well-Known Member

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    This is a good place to post what your using to carry you mavic pro to give others ideas. I ordered a Sony DSLR backpage.
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    There's a couple other similar threads FYI.
     
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    I just noticed. Weird thing is when I searched before starting this thread nothing came up so I went ahead and started it, but as I was browsing threads I can across one. I went ahead and posted on it. Now to figure out how to delete this one. Sorry about the mistake


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    No worries, there's too many places here for duplication errors anyway. I miss Phantom Pilots. Ugh
     
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    Me too. A lot of respect and help there. It seems as if this place is overrun by spoiled brats


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    Early days yet. Just needs the admin to clear out the spoilt brats over time then make this as good as Phantom Pilots
     
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    Nice to see another local person and a bikerTU
     
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    Not far away at all I work over in Suffolk during the week just outside Cambridge. Head back home each week to Thetford. Sometimes down your way with the Bloodrunners SERVSC. Lots of good places round by me for flying
     
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    Im in Newquay - Loads of great places to Fly around here......
     
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    don't tell know one, but I think our shipment is coming by plane:D
     
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  11. KNAVE

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    I picked up this tactical sling bag from amazon for just $20. There are a lot of different manufacturers/sellers of this bag so don't be fooled by the cheapies. Most of them have a plastic snap buckle at the top end of the strap and a spring clip on the bottom end. This one has a spring clip on both ends of the strap and because of this can be configured many different ways including as a backpack and messenger bag style of carry. I plan to create a simple foam insert to cover just the bottom and sides of the main compartment. The back and front pocket should provide enough protection as is. This bag is just the right size for the mavic, controller, a couple spare batteries, and all charging cables/accessories. It also looks really cool and most importantly (imo) like a normal, non-camera/drone bag. It can also be upgraded using the molle system to include a water bottle pouch or small accessory pouches. I will report back on fitment when I receive my mavic and get everything in the bag.
    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B015QVL6BE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_YYldybDQEX9Q6
     
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    Just ordered this tactical sling bag as well! I like the ability to reconfigure the mounting points for carry options. Reviews were great as well ! The molle is going to be nice to add on or remove smaller packs depending on the needs of carry. I am contemplating the foam insert for the inner portion of the bag as well.
     
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    I think the foam is easy enough to install and worth the minimal lost space. I don't want the mavic, controller, and batteries rattling around in there. Also having bottom protection is good when placing the bag down on the ground. I may even install 4 external feet on the bottom so that it sits upright without falling over. A quick trip to home Depot is all you need.
     
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    just gonna use my billingham camera bag. its a dream to own this drone over the p3pro. now i can carry a full frame with a 24-70mm f/2.8 and a mavic aerial camera. how cool is that.
     
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    Isnt a Lunch box good idea? It's cheap and very durable too :)

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  17. MavicPro

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    Yes please
     
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    Wow that's a big bag for a little drone. I'm going to stick with a small water bottle sized bag. If I'm going hiking or on a motorcycle ride or something I will just throw that bag into my backpack instead of using a full size pack all the time.
     

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  19. KNAVE

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    I considered this water bottle bag as well but I'm not sure the mavic and controller will fit in here. If they do that's about all you'll get in there. Forget extra batteries or charging cables. Let us know how that works out for you
     
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    I like on the Sony how it has rubber pieces on the bottom and also has a pullout cover if it starts raining
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    And how you can rearrange the inside velcro foam dividers anyway you want,

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