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Can someone borrow my drone? [SOLVED]

Can someone borrow my drone? How to do it safely…

Once you are known as the friend who owns a drone, someone may ask you to borrow your drone. I have always been incredibly cautious when people reach out to me and borrow my drone. I am very accommodating when they ask to fly my drone, but I typically insist on being there for the first flight at least.

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How cold is too cold for a drone?

How cold is too cold for a drone? How to fly Safely!

Even where I live in Australia, it can get pretty cold in the winter. I often do not fly my drone in cold temperatures because I don’t want to be out in the cold weather for a very long time. I am a bit of a wimp. However, there are some other technical reasons why you shouldn’t fly your drone in extremely cold temperatures.

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The best drone waypoint software - insider choices

The best drone waypoint software – insider choices

When you have a drone, you may want to plan a flight mission and send the drone on its way to execute the flight mission autonomously. Using drone waypoint software lets you sit back and relax while your drone does all of the hard work. I have found that using flight planning software enables me to get smoother footage and successfully execute each part of my drone mission.

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the best time to fly a drone [Ultimate guide]

How to work out the best time to fly a drone [Ultimate Guide]

When deciding whether or not to fly my drone, I often consider several factors. Firstly I make sure that I can fly legally (this means not flying my drone at night) and that the weather conditions will allow me to capture the best photos and videos during my flight. A little-known and underreported factor of finding the best time to fly a drone comes down to your state of mind.

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Can you fly drone early in the morning?

Can you fly a drone early in the morning? [Important considerations]

Flying a drone at different times can result in spectacular photography and add a new adventure level to your drone flying. I am not particularly a morning person, but sometimes I like to get up early and fly my drone as early as possible in the mornings. Flying your drone in the mornings requires a little bit of consideration towards the different potential threats and challenges you will face by flying just after sunrise.

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Can you fly a drone on a windy day? [Secrets for safety]

Can you fly a drone on a windy day? [Secrets for safety]

Sometimes I look out the window, and I see the trees blowing and wonder if it is safe to fly my drone. When deciding whether or not I can fly my drone on a windy day, I consider a range of factors, including the wind gusts and wind speed. I also check for changing weather. Higher wind speeds often mean a first changing weather pattern that can bring rain. I avoid rain at all costs.

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Why you should not buy a drone - Drone Flying Pro

Why you should not buy a drone [8 important reasons]

Getting the latest and greatest gadget is sometimes more exciting than using it. Drones open up a whole new world of photography, but they can lead to an emotional purchase. A purchase that will sit unused in a draw for a very long time. Many people have purchased a drone only to let it sit unused for many weeks and months. Drones are there to be flown!

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