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Behind the scene on how i HAND LAUNCH and LAND my Spark
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Jasta ~
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Please support me on my YT Channel as well Ty!



I also have a tutorial about 3 easy way to hand catch our Lil Drone
Here's the link ->
5-20 00:25
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A J
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Nicely done
5-20 00:32
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Jasta ~
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Thank you
5-20 01:09
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Lysak2003
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Interesting colour grading work!
5-20 01:12
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You're welcome
5-20 02:09
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nilanjan118
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Well done. Have seen quite a few people asking if it is possible to launch the Spark from a balcony. Your first video is a very good demonstration of that.
5-20 02:42
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Mhinc
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Good job! Keep it up!

5-20 03:15
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DJI Gamora
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Very interesting video! Great work. Thanks for sharing.
5-20 08:01
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nilanjan118 Posted at 5-20 02:42
Well done. Have seen quite a few people asking if it is possible to launch the Spark from a balcony. Your first video is a very good demonstration of that.

Thanks

Mastering the Hand Launching and Landing has a lot of benefits to it.
5-20 18:37
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Lysak2003 Posted at 5-20 01:12
Interesting colour grading work!

Thanks Captain!

I used lut which im giving away for free, please check my YT channel to get it
password is in comment section.
5-20 18:43
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Bochel
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I use the same technique as well, but always be carefull.... I wasn't paying enough attention last week and grapped the Spark a bit to high. Those little propellers are quiet sharp :S
5-21 02:58
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Warriewoodlad
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Nice videos - the gestures method is my favourite method.

I am comfortable hand launching/retrieving my Spark but now that I also have an MP, I use a landing pad for both. If I become brave/unwise enough to hand launch/retrieve the MP, I will do away with the landing pad. I don't think that will happen any time soon.
5-21 03:17
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Bochel Posted at 5-21 02:58
I use the same technique as well, but always be carefull.... I wasn't paying enough attention last week and grapped the Spark a bit to high. Those little propellers are quiet sharp :S

lucky me! i was way too careful when doing both (launch and land) so those blades haven't hit me yet since i had my Spark for over a year
5-23 18:03
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Warriewoodlad Posted at 5-21 03:17
Nice videos - the gestures method is my favourite method.

I am comfortable hand launching/retrieving my Spark but now that I also have an MP, I use a landing pad for both. If I become brave/unwise enough to hand launch/retrieve the MP, I will do away with the landing pad. I don't think that will happen any time soon.

I used gesture prior to mastering this kind of hand launch and land.  
Now, I don't use gesture anymore, i always place my hand under spark, wait for a few seconds for bottom sensor to detect my palm, then hold the left stick down until the motor stops

5-23 18:05
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