6 Minutes of Inspiration for Those Who Doubt Their Ability to Pilot an FPV Drone

6 minutes of inspiration for those who doubt their ability to pilot an FPV drone

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.

Pepper FPV

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!

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