In order to properly fly your drone, you have to know how it works—it’s important to have a basic understanding of how a drone connects to the controller, and what limitations exist. By having a firm grasp on how the drone operates, you can minimize the chances of crashing or losing your drone.
Being a first-time flyer is exciting and overwhelming at the same time. Depending on the drone model you purchased, you can choose different functions and features to use during your flight.
As a first-time flyer, there is nothing more exciting than unboxing your brand new drone, regardless of what model it might be. We know how it feels to want to immediately start flying your drone, but there are a few critical mistakes we see first-time flyers make. Our experts put together a quick list of mistakes (and their consequences) to avoid when flying your first drone.
Mistake #1: Not Registering Drones over .55lbs (250 g) with the FAA