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Not if you followed the "rules" that wouldn't happen.
I would be concerned that I would fly out of range without realizing it.
What you're thinking would not be a good idea, against the law actually. On that link are some pretty important safety guidelines, these will prevent an incident and keep you inside the law.
READ THE OWNER'S MANUAL COMPLETELY BEFORE ATTEMPTING ANY FPV FLIGHT.
- As with all RC flights, check your equipment carefully. Make sure your battery is fully charged and range check your radio equipment before EVERY flight.
- R/C control and wireless video CANNOT be on the same frequency, therefore 2.4 GHz radios will not work with Pilot View FPV 2400.
- If piloting with FPV, it is best to fly sitting down, especially when first learning. Due to the immersive nature of FPV flying, motion induced nausea can occur with some people, therefore it is better to sit than stand.
- ALWAYS fly FPV with a spotter who maintains visual, direct line-of-sight contact with the aircraft. The spotter should be connected via a buddy box, such that if a problem arises (ie: loss of video signal, disorientation, too far out of range, etc.) the spotter can immediately take control of the aircraft and land it safely.
- Some video "glitching" may be expected. This is due to the nature of 2.4 GHz RF transmissions, and can be due to "multi-path' conditions or antenna alignment changes during flight. These type "glitches" are usually very quick and result in the video image being distorted only momentarily. However, if severe or prolonged glitching occurs, LAND IMMEDIATELY. There may be a problem with the video system, or possibly external interference. In these cases, FPV flight SHOULD NOT BE ATTEMPTED until the cause of the interference can be resolved.
- This product is designed with a range consistent with a typical flying field. Never allow the RC airplane to leave visual range of the field.
- Fly in a safe area as you would any RC aircraft. This product is not designed for high-density public areas.
- Know your flying field! Pick out major visual references before takeoff which will help orient you in flight.
- Pilot View FPV 2400 has only 4 channels. Please post your channel number before flying.
- Never place your equipment closer than 30 feet to the nearest RC pilot flying a 2.4 GHz radio. Further separation might be required depending on particular field conditions.
- Pilot View FPV is designed for personal use only at an RC flying field. Any professional use is potentially subject to local regulations.