If you end up buying a drone that doesn’t have the features you need, or if you buy one that has too many features that you’ll never use, you’ll find out pretty quickly that your hard-earned money could’ve been spent on a drone that would’ve actually fit your needs.
You’ve probably seen some cool drone applications that you want to try out for yourself.
On the one hand, if you buy a drone that doesn’t have the features that you’ll need to accomplish what you want to do, you’re probably not going to use it like you thought you would… and it’ll probably end up collecting dust on that shelf or in that drawer or closet with all the other things that you had great ideas for, but just didn’t end up using.
On the other hand, if you only want to use your drone for fun and end up buying a drone that has features that are super advanced, you’ll have wasted money on a more expensive drone that’s loaded with technology you’ll never use.
And even if you do find the perfect drone for you, you’ll still be faced with the daunting task of trying to figure out how to assemble the thing. Not to mention the hours you may find yourself spending reading a manual that probably uses words only a seasoned drone pro would understand.
If you decide against reading the manual, you’re probably going to be doing lots of trial and error, attempting to find out what each button on the controller does.
Once you’re ready to fly, you may start to realize that you don’t really know how to operate a drone. Seeing your drone in pieces on the ground would really be the cherry on top of your already miserable experience, huh?
You could just suck it up and pay the hundreds of dollars that an in-person drone training organization would charge. I mean, hey, you’ve got to figure out how to use this drone somehow, right?