Flying a radio control drone will make you feel like a military spy. Imagine flying a drone around using a tablet or your smart phone. The drone makes a video recording of it’s flight and you will be able to watch and show your friends the adventures anytime.
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Watch Aaron Bidochka, aka djmedic2008 of RC Sparks Studio, fly the AR Parrot 2.0 with his iPad.
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Great video and post on RC Drones. Thanks for sharing!
Great informative article.. Specially when you mention “Imagine flying a drone around using a tablet or your smart phone”. So i think overall Transmission Anatomy of drone is critical.Left stick and right stick combination is important. Practice is key here. Hesitation is not good here.
Keep posting such great articles.
What a great article on how to fly drones! Thanks so much for sharing this, Edna. Really good info. 🙂
I have a similar quadcopter to the parrot, a skyspider. Just don’t enjoy the protective foam rings as it makes it too sensitive to the wind and adds too much weight. It’s not too bad for a low-end priced quadcopter.
You are right about the wind and the weight, Sash. But it’s still fun.
Thanks for sharing this! I just purchased a Phantom and I really want to master flying it. All the info you shared will be of great help!
That’s awesome, Steven. We have a Parrot Quadricopter (like in the YouTube video above) and it’s a lot of fun. We have some very interesting videos as a result. Hope you enjoy yours.