Indoor flying

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  1. Ryan Reynoso

    Ryan Reynoso Active Member

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    do you have to switch it to a certain mode, or just take off as usual and let the sensors do their thing?
     
  2. Anton Chigurh

    Anton Chigurh Well-Known Member

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    I don't think it is a requirement, but in tight spaces Tripod Mode will be pretty nice.
     
  3. CactusJackSlade

    CactusJackSlade Well-Known Member

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    I believe the default has the sensors on like on the P3/4's on the GO app... better read the manual though :confused:
     
  4. kmaluo

    kmaluo Well-Known Member

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    Just tried in my garage. It started automatically in ATTI mode, then I flew it out and it switched to GPS. When I flew back in the garage, the controller said Opti.
     
  5. Boi222

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    I tried at home and it flew right into the wall without any input besides take off button ... was expecting it to just hover
     
  6. dcmusik22

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    were you standing in front of it? i took off from my living room and it didn't move an inch. I walked around it and as soon as i stood in front it nearly backed into the wall. The front front sensors detected something in front so obstacle avoidance kicked in...
     
  7. Boi222

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    Nope it was facing away from me ... I do have a lot home automation electronics and stuff in the house ... maybe it messed with it sensors ... no clue ... but was very sad to see the first flight of the drone crash into the wall ... luckily it wasn't too hard , just some paint on the propellers from it hitting the wall ... it flew fine when I took it outside afterwards ... wonder if I need to check for anything else from the crash
     
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