Discussion in 'Aerial Photography' started by KAP Jasa, May 14, 2018.
Is your kite line ABSOLUTELY non-conductive.
If not, if the kite comes down over a 25,000+ volt power line, well . . .
As kids we were taught to NOT fly kites near the power lines.
AFAIK there are no HT power lines within 20 miles of my home. But I guess even 1000 volts would be uncomfortable if your string is damp, so avoiding all powerlines is very wise.
true. trees eat kites and water destroys cameras. but powerlines, they be scary. no flying over roads, houses, powerlines - unless it is absolutely necessary. ;-)
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