The FT Aviator works in concert with your DJI radio. It reduces pilot workload by putting the primary flight controls in a single hand. The base is optimized for improved access to camera control, typically held comfortably in the non-dominant hand, and features a 1/4-20 mount for a tripod. An old fashioned two-thumbed gaming controller requires iteration, thought and practice. With the FT Aviator, even a first-time drone pilot can do a perfect Figure 8 or an inward-facing, ascending spiral within 5 minutes of a brief introduction. There are other cool features incorporated into the controller to provide situational awareness cues, improve safety and improve upon the camera control features of a typical radio. The FT Aviator also gives tactile feedback when inputting a command, and also when not, which can be just as important. Learn more about how to fly with the FT Aviator below:
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- Can I use the FT Aviator with the Epson Moverio Glasses?
- What is the maximum range for the Bluetooth connection between the Aviator and the mobile device?
- Does the FT Aviator replace my DJI controller?
- Can I fly with paired DJI Goggles?
- Is the FTAviator compatible with the new DJI Smart Controller?
- Can I fly the FT Aviator indoors?
- How does the single-handed controller work?
- Is my drone supported by the FT Aviator?
- I am a master drone pilot. How will the FT Aviator improve my drone proficiency?
- I am a novice drone pilot. Is the FT Aviator for me?