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Old 05-03-2019, 09:46 AM   #40 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by xoexoe View Post
Tonight after dusk I took my S2 out in the backyard. Our outdoor lights are bright enough, and the yellow blades obnoxious enough, that it’s fairly easy to see.

Inverted orientation practice. Five packs at 4 mins each. I am finding that verbally saying ‘forward’ and ‘back’ as I want the nose to go forward or back is helping to train my brain in new orientations.

This is my first spring flying helis... I’m really liking that I can fly outdoors at night instead of indoors. So much less damage on my Nano when it hits grass vs my walls or brick fireplace.
Night is actually a great time to fly if you can due to the low wind speed. I have always toyed with the idea of making a night kit for the Nano.
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