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Indoor Flying with P3A

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by Azmopic, Jan 30, 2016.

  1. Azmopic

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    Suggestions??? Anyone have extensive indoor flying data to share??
    Thanks in advance
     
  2. almustafa

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    The DJI promotional video extols the potential for Phantoms to create stunning video of indoor concerts or other events. But then in the user manuals say you should never fly around people or animals.
    I think anyone would be crazy to fly a quadcopter over the heads of a large group of f people who might not be aware of the risk they are exposing themselves to. If there is an accident or hardware glitch you might as well change you're name and move to another country because you will be so liable for any injuries. My first flight indoors I flew into a wall because the craft reacts differently in A mode. Broke a prop but no other damage.
     
  3. MrMcfly

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    I wouldn't recommend flying in the home. The P3 puts down a considerable down draft, and blows things off tables
    and such....DAMHIK. If you have access to a large indoor area, such as a gym, or warehouse, with lots of open space
    you might have some fun... I would recommend prop guards, and very subtle control inputs.