sorry the MM has landed what a little cutie, got the flymore combo on a charge now, and then will set it all up its looks like a mavic in miniture, will let you know how i get on flying it soon
Congratulations. I will be anxious for your opinion once you get it in the air. Happy Dayssorry the MM has landed what a little cutie, got the flymore combo on a charge now, and then will set it all up its looks like a mavic in miniture, will let you know how i get on flying it soon
well all set up on my ipad put the prop guards on for first test flight in case it did something unexpected,took it out in my back garden and it asked for a compass cali so did that, and flew it in Cinismooth mode flew great nice and slow in that mode very stable and responsive for its size i can see it being perfect to carry in the car for those unexpected shots when you are out and about, and yes it is very quiet relative to bigger drones ,even though it is not optimised for large ipad screens yet in two times mode it is quite easy to see and is about equal to an 8 inch size android device all in all my first impressions are all positive ,only gripe really is the batteries are a bit awkward to unlatch and remove from the multi charger or the drone if like me your fingers due to old age are not so nimble as they used to be,
i know what you are saying its the arthritic fingers that dont work so well these days, nothing to do with the actual drone really, but had to have a moan about something i am at that age when its expectedWhen trying to remove the batteries are you trying to press the small tab that locks in the charger.I was doing this at first and thought,like you it was really awkward.
Press just behind what looks like a little ramp on top of the battery looking from the front,much easier.
If it is jut your old fingersthen sorry I can’t help with that.
i know what you are saying its the arthritic fingers that dont work so well these days, nothing to do with the actual drone really, but had to have a moan about something i am at that age when its expected
I'd definitely get the combo as the additional batteries and case are things I'd want anyway. Popped out today with the MP and went through three batteries - I'd be really frustrated with just one.if you do decide to get one i can recommend the combo, the three batts will give you an hour of video, even if you only manage to get around 20 mins of flight in real world conditions ,plus the case that comes with it is very compact , half the size of the custom cases for the MPP and MP2 and very light and if you are using your phone for your screen then it is all you need to carry everything to get in the air
and of course if you wanted a bit more flight time you could carry one battery in the MM and the other three in the charging hub and still get them all in the case