Best tips for beginner drone pilots


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Are you a beginner in the world of drones? We are happy to have you here! We know it may be hard in the beginning, but we promise that you are going to have a lot of fun and great moments. Today we are going to give you some of the best tips for beginner drone pilots so you can have a safe flight!

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Read the manual and practice with a beginner mode

Reading the manual may seem boring, but it is extremely important if you are a beginner. You can also watch some tutorials before flying your drone for the first time. Furthermore, it is always a good idea to use beginner mode. It will set altitude and distance limits and will turn on all sensors and GPS. 

Avoid obstacles, animals, and do not practice around people

It may be obvious, but we wanted to mention that anyway. You should always avoid obstacles, and you should not fully rely on obstacle avoidance. Be aware that your speed may have an effect on this system and dangerous situations may appear. Be careful with ropes, objects and telephone lines, since they are hard to detect.

Be careful with birds, and do not practice around people. It can be distracting, and if there is a crowd of people you can cause bad accidents. So, always fly your drone in safe conditions.

Set return to home (RTH) altitude and check GPS signal

Return to home is a mode that will make your drone automatically go back to its home location. We would definitely advise you to set the RTH function before flying your drone. This will make sure that your drone will not fly away. Make sure that you know how the function works. For information you can watch tutorials or read the manual.

Another thing you should always do is to check the GPS signal. You should only fly your drone when the GPS signal is strong, this means that no less than 10 satellites will be found, and the icon will be followed by 4 bars or more.

Check weather condition and pay attention to the battery status

Be aware that the weather conditions may have a big impact on your flight. To make sure you will avoid dangerous situations check the weather. Do not fly if there is fog, do not fly if there is rain, snow or strong wind.

Keep in mind that cold temperatures may have a bad effect on the battery. Furthermore, you should always check the status of the battery before flying your drone.

Now you know some of the best tips for beginner drone pilots. Flying a drone can be a very fun experience, but you should always be aware that dangerous situations may appear, be careful! We wish you good luck!

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