As a newbie pilot I noticed one of my mistakes that lead me to overcompensation is accidently going full throttle blasting my quad 500ft in the air. My new recovery is to go into land mode, but once I crashed badly but proved to myself how durable my frame was. Thhe only damage was my props and prop mounts. Not a scratch on the frame LOL.
It would be great to have an option for stabllize flight mode next to simple... altitude limit.
How about Geofencing !
I can't use geofencing since I have alowly Spektrum DX5e for a transmitter. I have 6 channels. 2 of them only have two pwm output ranges. So I can only select 2 flight modes right now. Also there if gps has error... limiting altitude with the barometer will still work.
I'm saving for a new transmitter, but I am sure there are others flying with a 5 or 6 channel too.
I know this is not the answer you want to hear, but you really need to work smaller until you can get the control you need with your fingers. The situation you are describing sounds incredibly unsafe and dangerous. You are essentially saying that you are unable to keep from inputting a full throttle condition. Fix the problem, not the symptoms. Fly safe and small until you can handle it WITHOUT thinking. This takes time and practice. Then when you get into trouble your trained reactions will take over.
This takes discipline and patience, but will pay off in the long run, making you a better and safer pilot.
Hmmm.. Altitude Ceiling exists in Arduplane dude. It's a legitimate way for someone to get used to piloting a quad.
I'd like to set a 30ft. ceiling. My quad has 4 1200kv 26-28a with 10.5" props. Man it's got lift!.
I like to do my maneuvers with yaw. Well.. I slipped with the yaw once while going around trees like they were pylons. The situation is safe dude. I've got a big yard with woods around me.