Hello, new member here, drone pilot since 2015 and autel x-star wifi owner since 2016. I am curious about any members' experiences with (intentionally, or unintentionally) flying close (within 100') of power transmission lines. In know that it is not recommended, but I am volunteering to help make a promo video for a 501c organization, which the main part of the property has high voltage power lines above one edge of the property. If I decide to volunteer flying my drone as part of this, I would be flying about 20'-30'above the altitude of the lines, but about 40' horizontally, which would put my drone about 50' away from the lines. I have seen videos of x-stars flying very close to, even in between, transmission lines and be fine, however I would like to know if these instances are the anomalies, or is the x-star really that robust? I know that most people recommend 100' min from lines, but is that overly cautious, or warranted? For context, before my x-star, I had a DJI P3S, which fell out of the sky during orbit mode(less than one week after purchasing it btw), to which DJI support claimed EMI, though the drone was probably a good 200'-300' away from the lines, but DJI refused to admit anything but user error (but that's a story for another time). Them having claimed this makes me want to think that drones really are susceptible to EMI, which is why I am asking for other's experiences and opinions. Thanks.