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Default I'm learning to fly a multi rotor

So I (Steve) recently built a ZMR250 and am learning to fly multi rotors for the first time. I'm documenting my progress through a series of YouTube videos on my channel. If you're interested, here are the first 2 days so far:

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Didn't take long for you to figure out it's all about throttle management and 5 step ahead preparation........!

Good stuff guys......really like your attitudes and not taking yourselves to serious......

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Good stuff guys......really like your attitudes and not taking yourselves to serious......
Thanks! We try to always have fun and enjoy ourselves, even when the ground comes up too fast. lol

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