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  1. rhoffart

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    I know it's kinda lame but it helped me with my flying this weekend. If you think A-mode is loose flying a little harder to control. Also, if you think P-mode is tight, hold position well.

    Now think of something you have known most of your life.

    lefty loosey --- righty tighty

    and sport is in the center.
     
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  2. eaglegoaltender

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    LOL - not at all, I use terms and quotes etc all the time to remember different things. That one fits perfectly.

    BTW rhoffart - how are you liking the P4 since selling the P3 and moving up?
     
  3. rhoffart

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    With only 1/2 a battery flown so far, there are three things that really stand out. Horizon is level, image quality is way better and position hold is tight. I was flying 15 mph wind with higher gusts and it was great.
     
  4. eaglegoaltender

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    Great to hear - must be a lot better for your training vids - how about flight time, I think you mentioned that as one of the reasons you wanted the P4?
     
  5. rhoffart

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    Yes, I knew I left something out. I only got 4 quick 3-4 min flights in yesterday. I was pleasantly surprised that I still had 50% battery remaining. I'm going to condition my batteries so it will be a while before I give it a true test. In the past with my P3P the same amount of flying would have been one full battery.