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SOLO Fly ONLY with the Goggles?

Do You SOLO Fly ONLY with the Goggles and Not Look at the RC Controller?


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I'm just curious if you can use the goggles to fly the drone WITHOUT having to 'see' the RC controller ...?
 

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My, hopefully taken light heartedly, quip was more to your use of the word “solo”. The rules are clear: if you’re using goggles, you need a 2nd person to act as a spotter to keep VLOS of your drone.
 

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I use Glyph goggles and use them primarily for taking video but have started using them to land.
Using the camera and the height to view my landing spot
But i cheat and look over the goggles to make sure
 

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I use Glyph goggles and use them primarily for taking video but have started using them to land.
Using the camera and the height to view my landing spot
But i cheat and look over the goggles to make sure
I know the Glyph's support head tracking of sorts but do they perform the same as the DJI goggles as far as Head Tracking Flight/Head Tracking Gimbal?
 
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#9
I use Glyph goggles and use them primarily for taking video but have started using them to land.
Using the camera and the height to view my landing spot
But i cheat and look over the goggles to make sure
What Model of Glyph is that and are you using them with a Mavic? If so, whats the connection?
 

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