She seemed to be a little wobbly at first, but we had a bit of a wind right around the house here which may have contributed to the "dancing" a little when it was up in the air the first time.
Seemed to hold ok when it was above the house around 30 feet.
Well done. Glad to see it ended up so well, but sad to see that this project is now finished. Can you buy a cheap drone, crash and do it all over again?
I understand what you’re saying about the weather. I live about 30 miles north of Nashville TN and Friday it was nearly 80* and now today it has been in the 30’s and flurries most all day.I don’t think my eyes can take it again. Everything is so small on that drone. The screws are hard to keep track of.
Thanks for the help. I am going to try and fly it long distance in a few weeks. Seems like it’s been 30 degrees out here. Spring showed up for about two days and then took off. We had a mini blizzard today. I live in Indiana about 65 miles south of Chicago. We should be seeing 50/60 degree weather here at this time.
Oh well, run some short flights and then take her out some distance to make sure she will come home. Good thing here is that it’s all corn fields, so if I lose her I will be able to locate her and bring her back home. Just like the last time.