noob pilot here, learning the way of the phantom. On my most recent flight, about only my 15th flight probably, I was feeling confident enough to do something really stupid like record ripples on the water from the p3 around the base of a tree......... oh the regret. Anyways, I am super grateful to have a functioning p3 still after drying it, im a amazed by its durability. This was my first time trying to get really close to any object because im normally so cautious but when i hit the tree I didn't even know i was about to hit the tree.... I was thunderstruck. Might be an irrelevant question for many, but any tips for getting shots up close? is that even a thing? The perspective through the fpv is hard to gauge because the props stick out pretty far. I cant seem to find any videos of people getting too close to anything, probably for the reason that i had to learn the hard way. I am thinking now that looking at the phantom is key and not just the fpv... I rely on that most of the time. Also i think prop guards would have saved the day in this scenario, but i could be wrong.