10 Tips On How To Become A Better Drone Pilot In 5 Minutes

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In today’s, video I’ll, be showing you my ten tips on how to become better . So stay tuned, hey! What’s up everyone? It’s, tennis here back with another video for those of you who are new here.

My channel is all about drone product reviews and shoot all videos. So if that’s, something that you’re interested in, do subscribe to my channel and turn on that notification button so that you don’t miss out on any of my new videos every week.

Now that’s out of the way let’s get started. All these tips are quite Universal and very common-sense again. Hopefully, this tips will help you or enable you to sort of be a better and also pick up a couple new things or new skills that you can incorporate.

Whenever you fly your turn tip number one is learn the controls. Mastering the controls is probably one of the key to be successful as a , whether it’s, a manual mode or GPS mode, learn the controls.

Next, one is practice practice and more practice learn what each button and function of your drone does and practice using them together and in combination. Just to give you context if you’re, taking a drone exam like I did, I needed practice some of the moves in there because they were gonna.

Tell you to do this particular moves in your drone and you got to really do it. You know, as perfectly as you can take number three quite self-explanatory, but remember before you fly check your drone.

If you look at any Air Force, pilots they do pre-flight checklist before they fly same goes with the . You still need to do a pre-flight checklist before you even fly. Your throne make sure your mode controls fully charged make sure the propellers are working snow damage to your drone.

You know, and those are some of the key things it’s very simple to do, but sometimes we flew tend to forget it number four, not that you’re ready and you’re about to fly. Make sure that you keep your eyes on the drone when you’re flying the golden rule of is to keep your drone inside by keeping visual contact.

You’ll, be able to better see potential obstacles or hazards and find it harder to accidentally fly out of frame, saying this time and time where people are just too much focusing on the you know, the screens, but without even checking word is gon Na go to be, and they end up hitting you know an obstacle a tree or here and there so try to balance it out looking at the screens, but also having that visual line of sight of where your drone is going, which leads me to tip number Five pay attention when you’re flying.

This goes hand-in-hand with number four, the most common way people crash their drone is by getting distracted while flying whether you’re flying and he’s. Suddenly. Looking at you know, beautiful girls at the beach or you get distracted with a dog, suddenly barking at you trying to have that presence of mind that you are flying.

You’re keeping eyes on the drone and also in the remote control and the screens, and also make sure that you’re. You’re aware of your surroundings as well. Okay tip number six, and this could be a sensitive topic – do not fly your drone or crowded places depending on where you live and which country you live in.

If you’re flying your drone in a very crowded places, it’s. Definitely frowned upon, sometimes it’s. Illegal tip number seven be careful when flying in the wind windy days are some of the most difficult conditions.

When you’re flying a drone in it, doesn’t help because it impacts your stability of your drone flight and also the accuracy of your drone flight so think about it. The wind is so strong, but your drone is starting like this part.

If you’re flying, gets away and forget it, because your spark will end up using a lot of battery to sort of use. All the power to actually push through the wind tip. Number eight is particularly on filmmaking, make sure you plan your shots before you even fly, make sure you plan your flag route and shots before you start flying your drone.

You got to do some research survey, that area or location that you’re gonna go. How am I gonna fly? What type of shots I’m gonna take my new route. You know what you want to do. You know what type of shots you’re gonna.

Take it’s. Gon na save you a lot of time. You know juggling around thinking what to do tip number nine keep space on hand whether it’s. A spare propeller and spare batteries you know, make sure you actually have spares in your bag.

Let’s. Just say one of the well is broke, or there’s, something wrong with this belt propeller. When you landed at a place, you have a spare one. You can easily replace that and you can continue on with your drone flight, okay and finally tip number 10 educate yourself with the drone laws that’s applicable in your area or the country that you live in, or also the country that you potentially Be flying into to fly your drone.

This is probably the most important one because we get too excited when we have that drone last thing you wan na do is we’re here at the airport and the security officer tells you, oh, you know drones not prevented in this country.

We have to confiscate that generally now, you know a lot of countries are tend to be more acceptable with drones, plus there’s, still specific countries or locations where drones are banned or illegal, so make sure that you educate yourself on the places that You’re gonna go into, but also educate yourself with the drone law, so that’s applicable in your area or the country.

You live in remember to keep yourself up to date with the drone laws like I said they tend to change from time to time so yeah. Those are the tips that I can share for you today .

I’m sure there’s, plenty more out there, so if you do have anything or if I miss something feel free to comment down below share it with us, we’d, love to it from you. I hope you learned something today.

I hope you enjoyed this quick video, remember to give it a like, really appreciate it and subscribe to my channel for more videos. Oh by the way we do follow me on my other social media accounts, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and more for news updates and exclusive content.

Well that’s about it. This is Dennis. I’ll, see you in my next video bye in today’s. Video I’ll, be showing you my ten tips on how to become better . So stay tuned, hey! What’s up everyone? It’s, tennis here back with another video for those of you who are new here.

My channel is all about drone product reviews and shoot all videos. So if that’s, something that you’re interested in, do subscribe to my channel and turn on that notification button so that you don’t miss out on any of my new videos every week.

Now that’s out of the way let’s get started. All these tips are quite Universal and very common-sense again. Hopefully, this tips will help you or enable you to sort of be a better drone pilot and also pick up a couple new things or new skills that you can incorporate.

Whenever you fly your turn tip number one is learn the controls. Mastering the controls is probably one of the key to be successful as a drone pilot, whether it’s, a manual mode or GPS mode, learn the controls.

Next, one is practice practice and more practice learn what each button and function of your drone does and practice using them together and in combination. Just to give you context if you’re, taking a drone exam like I did, I needed practice some of the moves in there because they were gonna.

Tell you to do this particular moves in your drone and you got to really do it. You know, as perfectly as you can take number three quite self-explanatory, but remember before you fly check your drone.

If you look at any Air Force, pilots they do pre-flight checklist before they fly same goes with the drone pilot. You still need to do a pre-flight checklist before you even fly. Your throne make sure your mode controls fully charged make sure the propellers are working snow damage to your drone.

You know, and those are some of the key things it’s very simple to do, but sometimes we flew tend to forget it number four, not that you’re ready and you’re about to fly. Make sure that you keep your eyes on the drone when you’re flying the golden rule of is to keep your drone inside by keeping visual contact.

You’ll, be able to better see potential obstacles or hazards and find it harder to accidentally fly out of frame, saying this time and time where people are just too much focusing on the you know, the screens, but without even checking word is gon Na go to be, and they end up hitting you know an obstacle a tree or here and there so try to balance it out looking at the screens, but also having that visual line of sight of where your drone is going, which leads me to tip number Five pay attention when you’re flying.

This goes hand-in-hand with number four, the most common way people crash their drone is by getting distracted while flying whether you’re flying and he’s. Suddenly. Looking at you know, beautiful girls at the beach or you get distracted with a dog, suddenly barking at you trying to have that presence of mind that you are flying.

You’re keeping eyes on the drone and also in the remote control and the screens, and also make sure that you’re. You’re aware of your surroundings as well. Okay tip number six, and this could be a sensitive topic – do not fly your drone or crowded places depending on where you live and which country you live in.

If you’re flying your drone in a very crowded places, it’s. Definitely frowned upon, sometimes it’s. Illegal tip number seven be careful when flying in the wind windy days are some of the most difficult conditions.

When you’re flying a drone in it, doesn’t help because it impacts your stability of your drone flight and also the accuracy of your drone flight so think about it. The wind is so strong, but your drone is starting like this part.

If you’re flying, gets away and forget it, because your spark will end up using a lot of battery to sort of use. All the power to actually push through the wind tip. Number eight is particularly on filmmaking, make sure you plan your shots before you even fly, make sure you plan your flag route and shots before you start flying your drone.

You got to do some research survey, that area or location that you’re gonna go. How am I gonna fly? What type of shots I’m gonna take my new route. You know what you want to do. You know what type of shots you’re gonna.

Take it’s. Gon na save you a lot of time. You know juggling around thinking what to do tip number nine keep space on hand whether it’s. A spare propeller and spare batteries you know, make sure you actually have spares in your bag.

Let’s. Just say one of the well is broke, or there’s, something wrong with this belt propeller. When you landed at a place, you have a spare one. You can easily replace that and you can continue on with your drone flight, okay and finally tip number 10 educate yourself with the drone laws that’s applicable in your area or the country that you live in, or also the country that you potentially Be flying into to fly your drone.

This is probably the most important one because we get too excited when we have that drone last thing you wan na do is we’re here at the airport and the security officer tells you, oh, you know drones not prevented in this country.

We have to confiscate that generally now, you know a lot of countries are tend to be more acceptable with drones, plus there’s, still specific countries or locations where drones are banned or illegal, so make sure that you educate yourself on the places that You’re gonna go into, but also educate yourself with the drone law, so that’s applicable in your area or the country.

You live in remember to keep yourself up to date with the drone laws like I said they tend to change from time to time so yeah. Those are the tips that I can share for you today .

I’m sure there’s, plenty more out there, so if you do have anything or if I miss something feel free to comment down below share it with us, we’d, love to it from you. I hope you learned something today.

I hope you enjoyed this quick video, remember to give it a like, really appreciate it and subscribe to my channel for more videos. Oh by the way we do follow me on my other social media accounts, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and more for news updates and exclusive content.

Well that’s about it. This is Dennis. I’ll, see you in my next video bye, [, Music, ]

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