First couple of times out was fine, no problem controlling it but realised it needed fine tuning both for smoothness of control, camera and camera settings.
So out this morning had gimbals tuned, sensitivity tuned, all settings I could think of tuned plus a 8nd filter on.
So I take her over the river and up to 400ft just to check for people, craft and buildings, so all clear I drop her down to 10ft, hit the button on top for video and cruise along the river until I hit max distance, then up and just exploring until batterie low.
Returned to home and ok it doesn’t land back on pad ( half on) but that’s ok, change batterie and away again over to apperley to get shot of clock tower on church, balls! Too far out max distance reached so just flew around taking vids and pics.
Three batteries later, lovely onto pad nice and central.
Successful trip thinks I, even had conversations with a few walkers and locals who had very positive and interested views towards drones.
Arrive back home and download to my pc only to find I have no videos only pictures plus all the pictures I took seem blurry ( missing detail ) never had this with my camera.
Conclusion, IDIOT! After pressing button on top for video I still had to press the right one to start recording ( feeling the shame of stupidity here).
I also had far better photos on my first attempts, these just lack detail, looking into that with power director and what I actually had set.
Drone controls in tripod mode I had set sensitivity to 0.20 but every time I check it has reverted back to default, I take it from this that I’m setting it wrong.
So not as a successful morning as I thought but more of a learning to add to the curve.
Trouble is it takes soo much devious planning to get the morning out (other half says I have to many hobbies ) it ended up feeling disappointed, but still here and ready to have another go, well! When batteries have charged.