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Flying a Spark in airline's first class seating (ATTI fail)
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Gunship9
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I doubt Casey N needs more views but he did a video of a first class seat he flew.  Interesting because you see the Spark drone launch in ATTI mode in the airplane's cabin at 7:20 in the video.  And look at his right stick control movements.  The drone is facing him and he doesn't have orientation.  He pushes the stick towards the left, to keep the drone stationary, and the drone hovers off to the left and keep going left, but that is his right.  

He has crossed up his controls even though he has flown DJI drones for years.  Wanna bet DJI points he is only a good pilot in GPS-P mode?  And, a horrible "it flew away/not responding to the RC" pilot in ATTI mode?  Learn to maintain orientation or only fly drones tail into yourself.

Spark flight is at 7:20


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DJI Elektra
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Hi, sir. When spark enter ATTI mode, it means that it can not position and its auto-brake is off. This increase the difficulty to control spark. If users want to fly indoor, we would recommend they fly in a place with less interference and mount props guard.
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nottuppaware
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Why would anyone fly their drone inside a plane ?
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Anuvis
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This guy is a total noob.Pointles videos without anything useful... Dislike
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Gunship9
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Anuvis Posted at 2017-12-13 22:00
This guy is a total noob.Pointles videos without anything useful... Dislike

The point was the guy moved the sticks wrong and it "had no control" since it was nose in to him.  Orientation problems in a guy who has flown DJI for at least two years.  Seems like he flies a lot.  A model helicopter pilot or a drone builder/flyer could have flown it there since they would always maintain orientation.

I think this is the root of fly away with no RC control stories.

Though, he might have purposely flown towards the wall to add drama to the video.  Don't know.
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