- Sep 12, 2019
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You may be surprised at how much you use the mini. I have a P3S and a Spark and although I use both a lot, I use the Spark more often than I thought I would. The Spark being small and light, I take everywhere. It’s easy and fast to get airborne, and easy to take along with my DSLR in the same small backpack.Ordered one for fun. Holiday travel. Will take a phantom also and see which one I use most.
Oh, that's too young an age for a drone like that. They would absolutely have a blast with one like this. It even has obstacle avoidance. You can fly it inside with just putting your hand or bady in its path to change directions. I've suggested them to some adults who even like them. RC Quadcopter, Helifar H803 Mini Drone With Infrared Collision Avoidance, Altitude Hold, Headless mode, One Key Landing/Up/Left, Throw and Go, RC Drone for Kids Beginners - Walmart.comI procrastinated a month too long on the skydio. I'm thinking that these might make great Christmas presents for the great-grandkids. A couple of them are 2 and already a whiz at phone games. Figure with the shields on, it just might work. Youngest pilots on the Forum? They can't text, talk much, and poop their pants, but it's all good. just wonder how it handled bumps and bruises.
The only advantage I can see with this 'mini' is - if in actual flight config with battery on board - gets under the 250gr ....
Other than that - whats point of a small lightweight machine that stability in flight is going to be a large factor.