Phantom 3 Tutorial – Getting Started – Setup, Tips & Tricks by SuperDrones

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In this video I quickly show you how to setup and get flying safely with your new DJI Phantom 3 drone.

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21 Replies to “Phantom 3 Tutorial – Getting Started – Setup, Tips & Tricks by SuperDrones”

  1. Linus

    Nice vid, just have the problem that I got the drone right today by a family member, cause it is not giving any picture to the app anymore. Is there anyone who knows how I can fix that problem?

  2. Erenst Lawyer

    Hey!…thanks for putting out this very good informational video…I have a question 🙋🏽‍♂️…what if I would really like to get into droning…but…I live deep within a major city…how can one like me fly drones…with having to load me and my gear up…and have to drive…10, 20, 30 miles outside the city to fly a drone…
    …it almost seem very exclusionary…and such a hobby is for folks who live in the middle of nowhere…😣😖😣

  3. Tom Owens

    Great info thank you… i just got this drone yesterday, my retired videographer father in law sent me it since he was no longer using it… i wonder if you could answer this question… will polar pro filters for the pro 4 fit this camera? I see conflicting info, some filters specify ‘pro 4 only’ and others say ‘either pro 3 or 4’… which nd filter is the one you use here in this video?

  4. micheal Rogers

    This is a great drone☀️.☀️>JustU.Faith/DJI-Drone?連 The size nice, as it is not one of the small flimsy cheap drones. It feels pretty substantial, especially for a "starter" drone. It is called a professional drone and I would agree with that. It is very easy to control and holds steady, even in light breeze. I would not suggest flying this one when it is windy, though.

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