[QUOTE=flyingbiscuit1;22964662]I think its important for a professional system to have actually tested and documented limits and specifications. Any approvals to fly this system professionally will require manufacturers limits and specifications, does DJI understand this??. I will need to submit all this to the aviation authorities before they will allow me to use this for professional photography. This includes such things as electrical systems and filtering and electrical interference issues.
Where Can I find such information, it's not in the manuals.
I am sorry that I can't help you with any of this. I am always amazed at how little info is provided with most of this stuff. It just seems to be a huge guessing game that could be made so much easier if someone would sit down and take the time to offer up some details... like; "usable load and a given elevation" and plenty of other things that they don't mention./QUOTE]
Very true statement, all of the Professional Mil Spec. Systems I have operated have had a manual containing Flight Envelops ext...High Altitudes are an eye opener for sure, last year 2011 I flew from 7800 msl in the mountains of Afghan. our aircraft suffered performance tremendously, but so long as we flew by the numbers it "would" do our missions...
these models fly great at sea level, not so in the thinner air