Yep.. got 19 out of 20 straight of the bat no revision or reading the drone code thing.
Got my wife to do it too, who knows nothing about drones or regulations and she got 17/20
Pure money maker, nothing else.
You would be best to ask in this thread.Recently bought a Snaptain S5C from someone who does search and rescue for a living and had used this drone for practice. A couple of questions a) Do I have to register with CAA and take an exam/test b) Does anyone here has this model and can help me get started, please? Many thanks
I thought too as I bought the drone from someone who does Search & Rescue for a living and said this model doesn't require registration. Thanks for confirming.No, this one is under the weight that requires registration.
I'm sure this will change at some time though, so keep your eye open for any changes.
Oh, and don't fly it in wind - it's so light that it will probably blow away and you'll lose or break it.