No it's not at all possible.If I'm flying my phantom 3 standard at top speed and let go of the stick real fast is it possible that it will flip?
But do you think it is a good idea if your flying forward fast to just bring the left stick back slowly if there's nothing in my wayThe tipping back is the heavy braking I mentioned. You can adjust the braking parameters in the app, but until you get a bit more experience, I would leave it at the default settings. Changing this will cause the aircraft to brake slower, and also increase the distance it takes to come to a full stop. You could very easily run in to something at low altitudes. Personally, I keep braking a bit lower, because I don't normally fly fast, although I have tested different braking settings at high speed, just to ensure I know approximately what the braking distance is at that speed.Just in case I would need that in an emergency situation. If you do this often, double check the props. Although they are self tightening, slowing the motors very quickly could loosen them, and then....well you know what happens.
The Phantom moves forward by pitching (tilting) forward.But do you think it is a good idea if your flying forward fast to just bring the left stick back slowly if there's nothing in my way