How to Hand Catch Yuneec Q500 4K and Typhoon H Drones SAFELY – Yuneec Quick Tip



How to Hand Catch Yuneec Q500 4K and Typhoon H Drones SAFELY

Normally the best option for ending your Q500 or Typhoon H flight is to land the aircraft on the ground. Sometimes this isn’t possible; tall grass, mud and water or uneven terrain could cause your aircraft to crash while landing. In these instances your best option is to hand-catch your drone, meaning you grab the drone while it’s in the air and shut off the motors before lowering it to the ground.

In this Yuneec quick tip episode, I’ll demonstrate how to hand catch the Yuneec Q500 and the Typhoon H drone safely. This is a good skill to practice in optimal flight situations so you’ll be ready to hand-catch the drone when you really need to. This is an excellent skill for people to learn as they learn how to fly the Yuneec Q500 or Typhoon H.

This episode applies to all Yuneec Q500 and Typhoon H models.

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I’ve published many videos on how to fly the Yuneec Q500 4K and Typhoon H. You can find them in the playlists below:

How to Fly the Yuneec Typhoon H – Complete Playlist:

How to Fly the Yuneec Q500 4K and Other Drones – Complete Playlist:

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How to Hand Catch Yuneec Q500 4K and Typhoon H Drones SAFELY


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