Drone trainer

Discussion in 'Mavic Pro Discussions' started by Bosshoss, Nov 18, 2016.

  1. Bosshoss

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    Waiting on first drone.the mavic. What would be a good training inexpensive drone for training
     
  2. GerdS

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    What do you want, one for indoors or outdoors? In general, almost every copter/drone is good for learning how to use the sticks at your remote and as the cheap ones usually don't have GPS and a barometric sensor, they are more difficult to control compared to the Mavic. So a good excercise to learn how to fly and react in critical situations.
     
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    Check out my list of practice quadcopters here. While none of them will fly like a Mavic (or be as easy to fly), they will help you understand how a quadcopter flies and give you some practice with controls that are similar to a Mavic.
     
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    When you take your hands off the stick of a Mavic, it stops immediately and just hovers, steady as a rock. I think a Mavic would be the best quad trainer.
     
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