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Posted by DWA | Jun 01, 2015 @ 06:23 PM | 1,902 Views
I am going to start a blog for a reference point of all the frequently asked questions and problems with the Phantom series quads with the best answers I can find or think of myself.
Most of this will just be a copy and paste from the various forums and threads.
I will not be quoting every post of every question and every answer that I find, that would be too much extra work and this is going to be a lot of work as it is.
So if you see a post that looks familiar, now you know why.

Hopefully it will be helpful for all the Phantom pilots.
MY HOPE IS THAT IT WILL BE MORE USFULL THAN LOOKING THROUGH THE STANDARD P2 AND P3 THREADS. BECAUSE YOU WILL NOT HAVE TO LOOK THROUGH ALL THE COMPLAINING AND ALL THE VIDEOS AND ALL THE OFF TOPIC STUFF.

Also I will put the question and answer in one post. So users do not have to read a question and then go through all the post in-between the question and the answer.

This blog will have info on the P2 and P3.

I would prefer people do not post in this thread, as I want it to be for reference only, not discussion.
If you have a question about the P2 or the P3 please post those questions in the appropriate threads in the multirotor forum.
Myself or someone else will answer your questions there.
Unless of course you find your answer here, and i hope you do.


DJI Wiki: http://wiki.dji.com/en/index.php/Main_Page

DJI Support: http://www.dji.com/support
Posted by DWA | Jan 08, 2014 @ 04:38 PM | 15,529 Views
I will add pics/info as I go. I will also add links to videos that I find useful.

THIS THREAD IS LIKE A DUMPING GROUND FOR STUFF I THINK IS USEFUL.
Lately I have been finding questions and answers that guys ask and answer on various threads. (Mostly about the Inspire and the Phantom) Then I just copy and paste the questions and answers here so I can find the info easier.


A little background info on me.
I have been flying RC airplanes since January 1996.
In Feb 2007 I took my first aerial photography with an RC airplane. Now I use DJI multirotors to do my aerial photography and aerial videos.


My F550 has T-Motor MN3110-15 kv is 780 Navigator Series. The props are T-Motor 10x4.5
Gains on 550 with T-Motor props. T-Motor props require much lower gains than any other prop I have tried. And I have tried a lot.
Basic, pitch 100%, roll 100%, yaw 100%, vertical 100%.
Attitude, pitch 60%, roll 60%.

My 450 LEDs are : The lights I used were Turnigy. Item TRU8944 white. And TRU8941 red.
Each 1 meter strip has the leads attached!


Flight controllers I know of, I have not flown all of them.
(Naza, Naze32, Multi-wii, KK2, Pixhawk,áA2,WooKong,APM)

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Posted by DWA | Aug 21, 2009 @ 12:23 AM | 16,356 Views
After my family and my faith, I have two passions in life – slope flying and RC aerial photography.
I love all things flying and aviation related and I obtained my private pilots license in 1994 at John Wayne Airport, in Orange County California. I have done some skydiving but today, I don’t do either of those as much as I used to. Instead, I’ve found a real passion for slope flying and RC aerial photography. I started flying RC with gliders (back in January 1996) Then in (October 2004) I started flying electric airplanes. Then in (April 2013) I started flying Multirotors.

In March 2007 I took my first aerial photography with an RC airplane. I now use DJI multirotors also known as RC Drones to do most of my aerial photography.

I have also been blessed through the hobby by meeting some really great people becoming friends with many of them.

God Bless.
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Posted by DWA | Jul 12, 2007 @ 10:51 AM | 16,630 Views
A list of the places I have flown slope.
As I go to new slopes I will edit and add to this list.


1. Mammoth Mountain, Mammoth, CA.
2. Point Fermin, San Pedro, CA.
3. White Point, San Pedro, CA.
4. Cajon Summit, San Bernardino, CA.
5. Little Mountain, San Bernardino, CA.
6. Grass Mountain, Angeles National Forest, CA.
7. Parker Mountain, Action, CA.
8. The Rock, Castaic Lake Area, CA.
9. Lake Hill, Riverside, CA.
10. Temple Hill, Pomona, CA.
11. Glider Point, Yorba Linda, CA.
12. Ortega Hwy., Elsinore Mountains, CA.
13. Salvador, San Clemente, CA.
14. Lilly Shapell, Laguna Niguel, CA.
15. Kite Hill, Laguna Niguel, CA.
16. Gazebos, Laguna Niguel, CA.
17. Dog Beach, Huntington Beach, CA.
18. Dave’s Beach, Carlsbad, CA.
19. Bluff & Mesa, Banning, CA.
20. White Water, Palm Springs, CA.
21. Bills Hill, Fallbrook, CA.
22. Crestline Soaring Society Slope, Crestline, CA.
23. Bluff Park, Long Beach, CA.
24. Torrey Pines, La Jolla, CA
25. Push-Up Point, San Juan Capistrano, CA
26. La Paz, Mission Viejo, CA
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Posted by DWA | Jul 12, 2007 @ 02:27 AM | 16,933 Views
My method of operation on RC Groups & Why I do it.

1. Share my thoughts with humility.
"Don't try to act important but enjoy the company of ordinary people. And don't think you know it all "
Romans 12:16 (NLV)
"Never let selfishness or pride be your guide. Instead, be humble and give more honor to others than to yourselves. Do not be interested only in your own life, but be interested in the lives of others "
Philippians 2:3-4 (NCV)
2. Respect others ideas with courtesy.
"We must bear the burden of being considerate of the doubts and fears of others..." Romans 15:2 (LB)
3. Share others problems with sympathy & empathy.
"Carry each other's burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ. "
Galatians 6:2 (NIV)
4. Encourage each other with accountability.
"Let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds. "
Hebrews 10:24 (NIV)
5. Always be motivated by love. Not by ego, pride, or materialism.
You must be motivated by love or you will treat people as projects. Treat them as people, as friends.
"Everything you do must be done with love. "
1 Corinthians 16:14 (NLT)
"Let love be your highest goal."
1 Corinthians 14:1 (NLT)

Why I do it.......because I like to help people.
And because I enjoy sharing my hobby with other people that enjoy this hobby.

Dave
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Posted by DWA | Jul 12, 2007 @ 02:05 AM | 16,462 Views
One of my older but, biggest aerial photography projects
From Dirt to Done...

over a year of work

http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=667917




Dave