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Learning to fly the Anafi manually (Waldorf School Willunga)

Krusty Geeza

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I have a sneaking suspicion that this may be the first in a long series of video's I share here of me exploring various places while I learn to manually control the Anafi well.

The boof also known as "Fenna" that appears in a few clips here is my Assistance Animal in-training (you Americans call them Service Dogs). She's a 7 month old Mastiff with a touch of Ridge-back in there too. She's being trained to help me overcome my PTSD. She will doubtless be a guest appearance in many of my video's as she goes everywhere with me & for some reason loves to try & guess where the Anafi is heading next.

 

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Good job maneuvering. I had a close call with pine needles, actually clip them and see the clippings sailing through the air. No damage.
 

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Good job maneuvering. I had a close call with pine needles, actually clip them and see the clippings sailing through the air. No damage.
Thanks @Mar , I move very slowly to keep it stable & not run into anything.

I had another Follow Me incident with my Anafi today, luckily into pine needles at about a metre off the ground. It came out unscathed, except that the battery was slightly dislodged! That was odd, but it worked perfectly after I took it off & put it back on again. The Anafi behaves like an angry Wasp, darting around all over the place. I'm just lucky it was nowhere near any walls!
 
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You must be in sport mode because in film mode with factory stick settings it doesn’t dart at all and has no twitchy behavior.


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You must be in sport mode because in film mode with factory stick settings it doesn’t dart at all and has no twitchy behavior.


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Mine whenever it loses me goes into angry wasp mode after about 5 to 10 seconds! I am in Film Mode, with settings slowed down even more to absolute minimums. I'll share the footage of yesterdays Follow Me loss & then crash in a couple of hours.
 
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