You can only use your drone in the rain if it is waterproof. Otherwise, there’s a high risk of water damaging your drone. If you’re a drone photographer that’s tempted to capture epic shots in the rain, think about the poor visibility and strong winds that might come along.
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It depends on the regulations in your country or region. In the US, you need a license to fly a drone below 120m in uncontrolled airspace. However, in the UK, you can fly a drone for recreational purposes without a permit as long as your drone weighs less than 20kg. Always check for the regulations…
Your drone has a remote controller that you can use to operate it. This handy device resembles a gaming controller with buttons and joysticks that perform various functions.
In terms of total distance covered during a flight, most drones can cover up to 20km in one flight. Some drones can reach as far as 3.5km from their controller before losing control signal. However, most regulations require that you fly your drone within your line of sight (500m) at all times.
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More rotors mean more lift for your drone. They also increase your drone’s stability. High-end drones usually have more rotors for lifting heavy cameras. Another advantage of having more rotors is that they can serve as a backup if one of the rotors or electronic speed controllers fails during a flight.
How long your drone can fly depends on the flight task, battery capacity, payload weight, temperature, and wind velocity. The heavier the load or stronger the wind, the more power the drone will consume in a given period. Generally, drones last an average of 15 to 25 minutes before their batteries run down.