This is where you should fly!
An open field of at least 300 meters (330 yards) in diameter, clear of power lines, water, trees or buildings. A road or an other noticeable element is excellent for orientation when flying FPV.
Don't fly close to trees!
Your POWERUP FPV might get caught in a high tree.
Don't fly close to buildings!
Flying in a residential area, the POWERUP FPV may get stuck on the roof tops, and there is a risk of hitting someone. Additionally buildings may cause turbulence and divert your airplane.
Don't fly over pavement, concrete or asphalt surfaces!
A direct hit into a hard surface such as a parking lot or asphalt may damage your airplane.
Don't fly in your back yard!
An airplane is not a quad-copter! It advances forward at high speeds and needs more space to maneuver.
Don't fly close to power lines or antennas!
The POWERUP FPV might be damages if caught in a power lines. In addition, power lines and antennas might effect the WiFi transmission. It's best to keep away from them.
Fly carefully in sports fields!
Football, baseball and soccer fields may be large enough, but are usually surrounded with houses.
Be careful when flying close to water!
The POWERUP FPV is not waterproof! It will be irreparably damages if it falls into water. In addition, large water resources might effect the WiFi transmission.
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