I went from flying TREX 600's to drones. Easy as pie.
I think there are a lot less than with previous versions.Is it me, or does it seem like there are a lot more newbie crashes on this version Phantom?
I have to fully agree with Meta4 that there are actually a lot less crashes being posted as from before with previous phantom releases. It's actually been quite tame and the evidence in here in this forum, all you have to do is trawl back through previous posts and look within the dates of around the time of each release and maybe 8 weeks after. Something you will always find is the word "flyaway" we now know most of them should have been called "new pilot error" we see it here all the time, it's just hysteria and yours being one of the few p3 posts like this compared to posts of past proves itselfIs it me, or does it seem like there are a lot more newbie crashes on this version Phantom?
I try to tell anybody listening to get a cheap X5C or the like, to get the feel. Once you can fly one, the P3 or P2 will be so easy. Used to fly the X5C indoors and practice blowing out candles. Not easy as the currents from propwash and the candle keep you busy.
But the training of the little one will help in an emergency.
I had the Hubsan before this. Think it was the X4. Was great practice for the P3!
You got it on the first try. Transmitter was on but no cable present. Honestly! It was a great relief to discover this and it reinforces the need for a real checklist before flying. This is too expensive to lose, certainly right away.You forgot to plug the cable to the phone/tablet?
You forgot to turn the tx on?
Glad it's okay