Been looking around here and it seems there Quad lovers from everywhere.
I currently have a very large fleet of quads. A couple phantoms,yuneec, Hubsan, MJX,Mavic and lots more.
Looking forward to learning more about Quads from individuals here.
Lots of questions!
Kosovojesrbija...you've picked a good drone. I use Tellos to teach police officers and fire fighters how to inspect areas that may be dangerous. There's even a wrap-around cage that you can purchase on Amazon that works quite well.
The Tello is forgiving and well-suited for flying indoors without the need for GPS. The only thing to watch out for is overheating.
I'll be happy to take a stab at your questions. And if I don't know the answer, either we'll figure it out together or another member will probably know! So, fire away!
Cheers from The Alamo,
Hmmmm... thought I said hello already, but getting forgetful in my 60's. Fly a DJI Spark mostly, have some toy stuff also. Saving up for something more substantial ! Been flying for about 14 months now, 130 flights or so, 18 hours in the air. I am a proponent of safety and rule compliance as much as possible.
I’m in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Basic RPAS licence with a Spark. 60 or so flights. Returned to droning after a few years with a Parrott. The Spark is a million times better than that old drone. Be safe out there!
Hi, relatively new flyer from New York. Started flying Mavic Air in February. Not a lot of flying hours but certainly a lot of experience at getting all the add-ons, if you know what I mean. Along with all the "gotta haves" went and purchased Moverio BT-300 glasses and FT Aviator controller. Now, to get out there and use them!
Hello my name is Patrick I live on the coast of south Texas I own a phantom 4pro v2.0 and a Mavic 2 Pro and also a spark if only been flying for about a year and a half my favorite spot to fly is on the beach taking photos and videos of ships and other vessels coming in and out to the Gulf of Mexico jus wanted to say hey from south Texas