|Yesterday, 06:24 PM|
Joined Feb 2013
Quad Direction Change
I'm getting to grips with flying a quad and it's going well at the moment. However I wonder if my technique is all it should be!
Say I'm in hover and want to move the quad 2 feet to the left and then remain in hover. What I have been doing is apply left stick to alter the attitude to make the quad move left, then I apply a "jab" of right stick to cancel the action and to return the quad to flat attitude again. Is this right? Because I get into a violent swing if I over compensate, is this just a case of practice practice practice .
You advice will be most welcome.
|Yesterday, 07:53 PM|
Joined Jan 2014
That is the way I do it but don't over compensate as much now.
Yep, its just practice practice practice until you can do those moves without thinking of what the stick is doing.
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