Second time out with this excellent little quad. Truth be told, there was a fairly stiff breeze to deal with and I’m still getting used to the feel of it, but it’s very chill to just cruise around with; I have to keep reminding myself not to go for the gaps.
This did used to be my playground. The big slide and swings are the same ones that were there when we moved there in '76. The see-saw and roundabout have been upgraded, and the other bits are new since I left home 35 years ago.
It’s on Crossfire. I don’t doubt that it could have excellent range in open countryside, but without a buzzer or GPS I don’t really want to be looking for a tiny black thing that accidentally went down half a mile away. :
Yeah, I know what you mean, the Eachine does have a GPS but I still don’t fancy trying to find it, it had Crossfire, but somehow I managed to mangle the Immortal-T antenna, and I had an EP1 so replaced the RX rather than just the antenna.
Nice spot to fly small quads though, be fun with a whoop too I’d say.