I'm studying for the Part 107 exam, and one of the sample questions is "What vision aids can a Remote PIC or a Visual Observer use to help them maintain Visual Line-Of-Sight (VLOS) while flying an sUAS?" The answer is "None. VLOS must be maintained with no visual aids." Is this true? At significant distances, all I would see of a small drone without glasded would be a fuzzy dot in the sky. I could see it clearly with glasses, though. Is that enough for Part 107m


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Yes, per below citation. (Emphasis mine)

§ 107.31 Visual line of sight aircraft operation.

(a) With vision that is unaided by any device other than corrective lenses, the remote pilot in command...


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