Starbase Weekly, Episode 75

Starbase Weekly, Episode 75

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How To

What is the optimal distance for a drone's flight?

The best distance for a drone to travel is when it becomes an extension or part of you. The drone becomes an extension of you and you lose sight its physical boundaries.

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