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DJI Phantom 3 Professional Quadcopter

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I'm new to this I'm looking at buying guide a dji phantom 3 drone reply not sure which one to go for but saw this on eBay 699 for the pro any suggestions would be appreciated thanks Read More
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5m, 2w agoPosted 5 months, 2 weeks ago
I'm new to this I'm looking at buying guide a dji phantom 3 drone reply not sure which one to go for but saw this on eBay 699 for the pro any suggestions would be appreciated thanks
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5m, 2w agoPosted 5 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Buy a cheap one first i.e. A hubsan x4. Syma 5c etc and learn to fly properly that way WHEN you crash it won't be a £700 crash.
#2
why go for the pro as your first one?
like mentioned try another maybe the phantom 3 standard or bebop
#3
I have the standard. It was my first drone. Flying is easy straight out of the box. Holds perfectly still even in a strong breeze. Go for it. You won't regret it.
#4
thanks barrel24 I have had the syma x5 learnt how to fly that easily but want something that will last longer in air I think the standard will be the better choice just thought 699 was a good price for the pro looks like I'll have to go buy one from drones direct 449 they seem the best apart from the pro what's distance like on? standard
#5
You need to consider if you're going to benefit from the extra features of the pro model.

I'm super excited, I just picked up a secondhand advanced model with 2 batteries for £250. I'm looking forward to trying it out. Just doing some research first to make sure my first flight goes well.
#6
Giddy01
I have the standard. It was my first drone. Flying is easy straight out of the box. Holds perfectly still even in a strong breeze. Go for it. You won't regret it.

Won't regret it until the GPS fails and you kill or injure someone because you didn't learn to fly without the gps and all the assistance and it fails and you panic. It's people like you that will sadly get this hobby banned.

joshp
You need to consider if you're going to benefit from the extra features of the pro model.
I'm super excited, I just picked up a secondhand advanced model with 2 batteries for £250. I'm looking forward to trying it out. Just doing some research first to make sure my first flight goes well.

First flight with a quad? If so that's reckless and irresponsible, you should learn to fly with something that doesn't have as much of a baby mode. At some point the GPS and/or assistance modes will fail, if you've not learn to fly without them then you're putting yourself and others in danger.
#7
you bought an advanced for 250 really I think you got lucky where did you get that from not sure if it's a good idea buying second hand tho hope your flight goes well lol
#8
dcx_badass
Giddy01
I have the standard. It was my first drone. Flying is easy straight out of the box. Holds perfectly still even in a strong breeze. Go for it. You won't regret it.
Won't regret it until the GPS fails and you kill or injure someone because you didn't learn to fly without the gps and all the assistance and it fails and you panic. It's people like you that will sadly get this hobby banned.
joshp
You need to consider if you're going to benefit from the extra features of the pro model.
I'm super excited, I just picked up a secondhand advanced model with 2 batteries for £250. I'm looking forward to trying it out. Just doing some research first to make sure my first flight goes well.
First flight with a quad? If so that's reckless and irresponsible, you should learn to fly with something that doesn't have as much of a baby mode. At some point the GPS and/or assistance modes will fail, if you've not learn to fly without them then you're putting yourself and others in danger.

Well you're a happy chappy aren't you X)

Just know it will be made safely and responsible.

andyhishere
you bought an advanced for 250 really I think you got lucky where did you get that from not sure if it's a good idea buying second hand tho hope your flight goes well lol

Yeah, I otherwise wouldn't have bought one secondhand, I just got lucky on price. Thanks and I hope you figure out what model you want.

Edited By: joshp on Jan 13, 2017 23:27: .
#9
thanks I have been flying for about a year or 2 now but the small toys are just toys aren't they I want something a bit more advanced now tho that will stay up in air and take great videos and pictures so think the dji is the way to go just want one at a good price without breaking the bank
#10
dcx_badass
Giddy01
I have the standard. It was my first drone. Flying is easy straight out of the box. Holds perfectly still even in a strong breeze. Go for it. You won't regret it.
Won't regret it until the GPS fails and you kill or injure someone because you didn't learn to fly without the gps and all the assistance and it fails and you panic. It's people like you that will sadly get this hobby banned.
joshp
You need to consider if you're going to benefit from the extra features of the pro model.
I'm super excited, I just picked up a secondhand advanced model with 2 batteries for £250. I'm looking forward to trying it out. Just doing some research first to make sure my first flight goes well.
First flight with a quad? If so that's reckless and irresponsible, you should learn to fly with something that doesn't have as much of a baby mode. At some point the GPS and/or assistance modes will fail, if you've not learn to fly without them then you're putting yourself and others in danger.

dcx_badass
[quote=Giddy01] I have the standard. It was my first drone. Flying is easy straight out of the box. Holds perfectly still even in a strong breeze. Go for it. You won't regret it.
Won't regret it until the GPS fails and you kill or injure someone because you didn't learn to fly without the gps and all the assistance and it fails and you panic. It's people like you that will sadly get this hobby banned.

Get a grip nob. I regularly fly with aids turned off. I have most trex models too so I Do know what I am on about.
#11
Giddy01

Get a grip nob.
I've not heard of that drone. What's price on those?

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