Well, a couple weeks ago, Dan and I had a slight setback with aerial operations when the hexacopter plummeted from 40 feet of altitude to zero in about a millisecond (or at least it seemed that fast at the time). We’ve said all along that such an event was not a matter of if, but when. And now we can proudly say that we’ve experienced the utter gut wrench that goes along with watching a sizable investment fall to the earth like a stone.
Lesson learned: Ten minutes per battery set means ten minutes per battery set.
Today, we headed down to a local park and took some shots over the Mississippi. Thanks again to our willing bridge pedestrians, Gabriel and Cory.