7 Tips For Flying A Drone In The Winter And Extreme Cold
So you’ve just unwrapped a brand new drone that was under the Christmas tree, only to look outside and see, it’s pretty wintery out. It’s cold. It’s snowing lately. And you’re wondering if you can even fly your drone in those types of conditions. Good day, folks. My name is Shawn, and this is Air Photography.
If you like this style of content, please consider subscribing and hitting that Bell notification. Now, the simple answer is yes. Yes, you can. These drones are fully capable of flying in very cold temperatures, even if there is light snow, and it doesn’t matter whether you’re flying something like the new DJI Mini 3, the Mini 2, the Mavic 3, or even the DJI Avata.
They’re all capable of flying in those types of conditions. Now, unlike flying on a warm, sunny day, there are some extra precautions that you need to take. In this video, I’m going to go over some tips and things you should be aware of if…