Posted 12/6/2019 18:49 (#7891321 - in reply to #7890951) Subject: RE: Took the plunge-hopefully not literally
North Central Iowa
Mavic Mini is a good one to start with as it will be flexible with want you want to do and the support apps/software that go along with it will be a great way to get into drones without it costing you an arm and leg. The best way to learn on flying it it to make sure it's in Beginner Mode. That mode causes the drone to move around slower and not fly as far away as when is it's in normal mode. It also allows you to get use to the controls and the difference of how the controls work when it's flying away from you vs. flying towards you.
I've been flying for 7 years and have tons of information so feel free to reach out to me with any questions or comments. Email is in my profile.
I think it's a matter of when Amazon will deliver a drone with a drone...UPS probably has done that already.