Yeah, I gotta say ditto to Blade on this! Having the option to go above the permissible altitude only gives you reason and temptation to do so and these are the very people that are putting our freedom of flying these drones and for people like me wanting to do it commercially (legally mind you) in jeopardy of being either shut down or overregulated due to others breaking the rules and putting lives of full scale aircraft in danger! Please! We all have to police ourselves and keep safe and stick to the basic rules of flying in order to make our market safe and seemingly as Proffesional as possible, otherwise no one will ever take us serious!No, You can not. The i1 is not a modifiable craft. I find this very irresponsible to want to fly that high. This is against the law, you know?
Yup, on second thoughts after that comment, the NAZA-M v2 will fit perfectly in the Inspire and is direct replacement via plug-n-play.laws are meant to be broken !!!
Not laws that prevent people from getting killed. UAVs need to stay below standard aircraft altitudes. Anything above that is irresponsible in most cases. You, sir, are why I need to fill out an 80 page form just to fly commercially anywhere populated.laws are meant to be broken !!!
Umm... ya, if you say so..!?I am more controlled than you know ...I just am against the pussification of America ..I don't need people to tell me right and wrong or controll me I'm a big boy ..I can buy an automobile that can quadruple the laws we have and that's ok so why not make all cars go 55 ...free country my *** .......and I'm not your reason for any laws I'm smarter than you know if I do say so my self and have more street smarts and common sense than I am being given credit for here just thought why pay 3000 dollars for something and your not able to have your own freedom to make your own decision with your purchase ..that's my point ..done venting ..