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Ok gotta ask... Which is harder to fly :)

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Jamie Chick, Apr 4, 2016.

  1. Jamie Chick

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    Just had to ask lol Got the little one for free It goes for around 28 on amazon lol

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  2. flpholt

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    small one
     
  3. GT500BILL

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    Definitely the small one, it's a pita


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  4. Jamie Chick

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    unless you attach it to the phantom then it would be easy to fly
     
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  6. soulphantomflyer

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    It take a lot of skill and quick reflex to fly a nano quad.

    Any ******(me) can fly a phantom 3/4 at P mode. It is when the quad suddenly lost gps lock that make life interesting.


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  7. Jamie Chick

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    lol yep i finally after 4 charges got it trimmed a little lol
     
  8. Jamie Chick

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    if i can master this thing i can fly any quad hehe
     
  9. D'sAdvanced

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    Practice on the nano quad - it'll help you in the long run with the P3. I practiced one one for 2 months before getting the Phantom.
     
  10. peterepeat69

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    The Phantom had a baby, congrats!


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  11. Jamie Chick

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    Proud Daddy lol
     
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    Had one of these tiny copters but it didn't last long. Was flying it in the house and my dog snatched it out of the air and crushed it. I had literally seconds of fun. :(
     
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    Without a doubt those smaller quads are harder to fly. No position holding, moves relatively quickly. They are a great way to learn how to fly... Flying one of those small ones is like driving a sports car. Then you fly the Phantom its like driving a mini van... Nothing wrong with that, but its a world of difference. I still fly my Latrax Alias and my Blade QX3 in Agility mode to keep my skill sharp...
     
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    Omg it's the Phantom 0.0003 advanced!
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    10,000 hours of sheer fun, and you then can become a qualified Professional RC Pilot...

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