Everything posted by Marko Boyer
hey there scobahcan, i read your post and Muhammad's reply to your post. although i agree with his strong point of return to home being an excellent feature, my opinion differs slightly. when i first started out flying, i used the Altair Blackhawk. i have attached a link: https://altairaerial.com/products/altair-aerial-blackhawk the only thing that i wanted to focus on when i began was to be highly confident that I feel what the UAV is doing as i controlled it. i wanted to be a good pilot without the gadgets. the pro gear practically fly themselves. it does not have any GPS, or camera controls to be distracted by and i found this to be extremely useful when learning control in winds, around objects, and just being certain I know what i am controlling. i also know myself, and knew that i would crash early on as i pushed my limits to know where they are. i found this to work well for me and i flew everyday (nearly) for a year before i got pro gear. and yup, had some good crashes. i would also agree with Muhammed about his suggestion with the E58. it is a very cool little drone to learn on. all the ones you had listed would be fine as well. however you go i would say that it is imperative to have fun and feel zero pressure to advance with any particular timetable. i wish you well and i know you will get good results and your skills will increase with time. Fly Safe Always. best of luck scobahcab
if i am the fortunate winner of this little beauty, i would use it to end famine and suffering in the world and bring global peace. how selfish of my other flyers to think of themselves and what they would do with it....... nah, we would all just love to have another drone. we only need 1 more, just like guitars. thanks again UAV folks!!!
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL AT UAV COACH! I made the decision on new years day that within a year I would be staring a new career that would be my last. I got certification training from your terrific course, logged hundreds of hours on a wide variety of different copters before buying professional gear. I started Red Star Imagery in September, and currently have a fleet of 4 inspires and 2 phantoms that I use commercially. I have to give y'all a ton of credit for not only the terrific course, but strong motivation to succeed. I appreciate very much your commitment to the growth of the industry and professional and logical way in which you are approaching it. I am growing slowly and steadily and love every single shoot! I am excited to be in a new industry, and believe that with great programs and ambassadors like yourselves, all of us doing our part to grow things in a safe and smart way, seems like a bright future. Anyhow, you are very appreciated and if ever you need anything from this part of the country, just ask. Thanks All! Marko Boyer Red Star Imagery