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    Quote Originally Posted by jbregar View Post
    You can go up to 400' AGL or 400' above a structure within 400' of that structure under Part 107 rules. It's quite easy to end up in a situation where you need to (and legally can) go above 400' over takeoff point (which is what DJI's software setting is).
    It's true, ground level and structures are an excepetion, I wasn't being specific. I just don't want a new operator to think it's ok to simply disregard the altitude warning. Thanks for clarifying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by basspig View Post
    I thought hobby rules came under Sect 336?
    Hobby rules were first laid out in Sec 336 of the FAA Reauthorization Act and then codified into Part 101 of the CFRs.


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