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vickyace

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I am newbie too, but I willing to share it for the first learn fly drone or FPV' hobbyist. To avoid the drone crash, suggests the below:

Firstly, do not flying in crowded place.

Secondly, ensure the UAV are free by adjusting image signal before flying.

Thirdly, practice with mini quadcopter before flying FPV. Besides, you are suggested to try with FPV after you are familiar with mini quadcopter.

Fourthly, ensure the power is sufficient before your flying or prepare several spare batteries because over-long continuation of flying journey contents you more and avoids crash from air for lack of power. Tattu RC lipo battery is suggested for its long-time continuation and strong burst.

And finally, come from your suggest, please leave a message to give a better suggest for newbie.Thanks in advance.

11-09-2016 03:58 AM
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fastrc1

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Take your time and go slow

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11-22-2016 09:50 AM
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Randy_09

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Definitely make sure you start off slowly. I'd start off with a smaller quad like these and spend no more than $100. Then follow a good pre-flight checklist. Here's an older one for the Vision 2+ but it can be applied to almost any rig- http://dronelife.com/2014/10/17/ult...anton-2-vision/

As with an RC vehicle, take time to build the fundamentals. You'll save a lot of time/money down the line.

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