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Started by Cozp83, Tuesday,August 13, 2013, 20:36:10
Quote from: Gav on Tuesday,August 13, 2013, 23:21:04 Learned with Helis too and a knock off copy of real flight sim. Yeah when nose in, if it drifts left push left if it drifts right push right on the stick. O0
Quote from: JT on Tuesday,August 13, 2013, 21:13:47 I learnt about 3 months ago mostly with my hubsan x4(it doesn';t hurt as much), it confused the hell out of my brain for a bit until someone told me to hover nose in is like balancing a stick on the palm of your hand, that is whatever way the multirotor goes you move the stick in that direction to stop it. With those words I could instantly(and I mean instantly) hover nose in with my f450 and hubsan. Flying nose in and whichever way LOS was a doddle after mastering the hover.
Quote from: Cozp83 on Wednesday,August 14, 2013, 11:08:52 Keep em coming people! Might be a good idea to have a ';Flight School'; category on the forum so beginners have somewhere to turn to when learning to fly. A lot of forums focus on the ';Building'; side of this hobby and not the ';Flying';.
Quote from: al-xg on Wednesday,August 14, 2013, 12:10:14 Well I tried imagining the "balancing stick" with a Hubsan earlier and quickly got distracted but could certainly keep the quad in the air which was a big improvement, no graceful flying yet though.On a separate note, how much assistance does the Hubsan provide when doing flips? It feels way too easy and I really don';t feel that game to try it on a larger quad.
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