But that's the thing... if you learned and always fly in Angle, it's not backwards... it's simply flying. There have been so many instances of crashes created by the differences in flying behavior between the two modes... the vast majority of pilots would characterize "Smart Mode" as not smart at all... well within the parameters of "special".I'm not disagreeing with you but I just haven't had the problem. Plus the first time one flies in angle and you don't understand that you have to do things backwards it can be scary until you get used to it.
you are so right about that . smart mode can be very dangerous .No. Unless they fully understand Smart Mode, they will get into trouble with it. The drone makes a lot of it's own decisions in Smart Mode. When it makes a decision that is wrong for your circumstance, there is little time to correct, and it takes an experienced pilot to know the correct response.
I am not a fan of smart mode.