This is a bit of an unusual post, since I haven't bought a DJI quad yet - though I've lost 3 Hubsans . If and when I finally get a Phantom 3, it will be for aerial photography, and the kind of shots I'll be after a lot of the time will mean I'll have to get very close to the natural features I want to film - a recipe for disaster if you're as bad a pilot as I've proved to be up until now. And so my main question is: would I be best advised to fly with goggles or with a tablet? Which gives you the best chance of getting close to something without crashing? The other question I have is a real newbie one, and I apologise if it sounds stupid. At the moment, the only mobile phone I have is a very cheap thing that I got for £25 or so around ten years ago, and my only PC is a desktop one that's even older than that. So I've no smartphone, no tablet, no goggles. If I want to fly FPV, do I need goggles and a tablet? Any advice on this would be very much appreciated.