I recently purchased a DJI Phantom 3 4k. I read all the FAA guidelines for flight and watched a lot of the tutorials on YouTube. I have taken 2-3 flights around my back yard about 200-300 feet up max. I live around 7 miles from the nearest "airport" which is far enough by law to fly, however I recently downloaded the FAA app with all the NFZ locations. I was unaware that hospital helipads were also considered full time airports. Technically I was in a NFZ all the times I took my drone up because of this. I was under the impression that the DJI Go App + the Phantoms firmware would not allow me to take off and fly in a NFZ. Is this correct or incorrect? Could it just be inconsistencies with DJI's NFZ and the FAA NFZ? I hate that I am unsure if I am even allowed to practice the different flight modes and options in my own backyard. I know there are 1000 things to consider when looking at some of these laws and regulations, like if a copter is stored at the helipad or just flies in, but just a general answer about the app/software is what I am looking for.