By Faith Dowdy. User Manual. Published at Sunday, February 04th, 2018 - 15:16:53 PM.
Want to learn about the best drones to buy? Check out our drone buying guide. So I feel that instead of mocking newbies (or "noobs" as some like to call them), we should help them as much as we can. After all we must also remember the first day we handled a transmitter and flew for the first time. We have not been confident at all and had to make mistakes in order to learn how to fly a drone. Anyone denying that is lying. Probably to himself also. Nobody is born with an inherent knowledge of flying copters.
How to Fly A Drone and Rules: Here we begin talking about how to fly a drone. First, here are some safety rules. Pick a nice day with no wind; Go to a large open field with no obstacles such as buildings or power lines around; Keep distractions at a minimum, and switch off your phone; Make sure you don’t fly near people or properties. Now it’s time to practice your skills. Take off and climb a couple of meters, hovering, then fly from one point to another and land the drone. Take it slowly as you do this exercise.
Radio Transmitter Control Explained. If you have ever played videogames with a twin-stick controller, the setup of a basic Radio Transmitter will be instantly familiar. Here is a diagram of such a controller, showing what each control does to the quadcopter: You have two main sticks for the throttle and direction control, and you will have some optional switches as well (aka AUX switches), which are often used for switching between flying modes, turning onoff LEDs, etc.
This guide is intended to help quadcopter beginners get started and learn how to fly quadcopters and other multirotors. Multicopter flying is fun and it’s a relatively new and emerging hobby. There isn’t much information for people when they start out, so very often they just pick up the radio controller and start to fly around without knowing anything. It’s important to know that quadcopters are pretty powerful machines with fast rotating propellers, you can easily break or damage what it crashes into. To minimize the risk it’s important that you follow the rules, and avoid flying over or near people and property, or any restricted area without permission.
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