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Old Mar 27, 2012, 09:04 PM
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Meh, if you can fly it LIS then it will be tons easier FPV. Just set it up so you can see the two motors or arms they are on from the camera. It will give you perspective as to how the copter is sitting in the air. When you take off, don't muck around just get it up quickly to about 8-10 feet high. Once there, just practice keeping it stationary and then slowly move up to forward flight and using yaw control (rudder) then get the copter facing yourself and try to keep it about 5 metres away from yourself.

Don't hesitate, just get the goggles on and do it! You will kick yourself for not doing it earlier.

Forget the spotter, forget the screen, just find somewhere open with little or no wind and NO AUDIENCE! Just do it!
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