Everyone can fly
If you are reading this news article, then most likely you have already come to the conclusion that piloting an FPV drone is not an easy task, and therefore the desire to master this UAV niche is becoming less and less relevant.
We hasten to assure you that this is a big misconception. Undoubtedly, the path to mastering the skill of piloting an FPV drone is fundamentally different from the path to learning to pilot a GPS drone, both in time and complexity, but believe me, it’s worth it. And in order to motivate you as much as possible, we offer you to get acquainted with the next hero of our exciting hobby. Why next, you ask? Because this is the third exhaustive example in a short period of time, looking at which all existing doubts will disappear by themselves.
- The first such motivational example was 4‑year-old Lucy, who, under the supervision of her father, demonstrated her first cold-blooded FPV flight to everyone, and judging by the comments, gave many confidence in their first endeavors. Undoubtedly, there will be those who will say that they say she was piloting a DJI FPV drone in touch stabilization mode and nothing could be so difficult there. You guys are serious, she is 4 years old!
- The second was 35-year-old Oleg Sergeevich Dudrin, who superbly pilots an FPV drone with one hand like an advanced pilot, and not because he wants to, but because he has no choice. To learn more about his unique experience, which motivated many people with disabilities to start training, — in our news article.
Meet him, his name is Woravit Subsri and he is 6 years old. Known as Pepper FPV on the YT platform. And what he can do at the age of six in the field of FPV drone piloting makes eminent pilots blush. Here, as they say, it is better to see once. Let’s fly!
Do you want to fly like this?
If you are new to the world of FPV, this kid should be an inspiration to you. Moreover, you do not need to buy an FPV drone at the first stages. The first thing you will need to start with is an FPV simulator where you will spend about 60–100 hours of virtual practice before moving on to flying in the real world. Fear away! Dare! All in your hands!