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Posted by blade strike | Sep 30, 2016 @ 08:58 AM | 3,667 Views
Short example video

DJI Mavic Tap to Focus Example (1 min 9 sec)

Posted by blade strike | Sep 28, 2016 @ 01:39 PM | 8,289 Views
Mavic Tutorials- IMU Calibration

Mavic Tutorials- IMU Calibration (2 min 27 sec)


Mavic Tutorials- Upgrading/Downgrading Firmware with DJI Assistant 2

Youtube link:
Mavic Tutorials- Upgrading/Downgrading Firmware with DJI Assistant 2 (3 min 23 sec)
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Posted by blade strike | Sep 18, 2016 @ 11:02 AM | 3,623 Views
New trainer mode for Inspire, LB2 and Matrice.

DJI GO App Tutorials - Coach Mode (2 min 28 sec)

Posted by blade strike | Jul 31, 2016 @ 05:57 PM | 3,852 Views
Since there has been some issue with some users slave transmitters being reset I decided to try to replicate it. I think I found what is going on. Please try the following and see if it helps.

Set the slave as master, go to RC configuration and then set to an opposite mode. So if it's set to mode 2 set it to mode 1, hit apply. Then go back and reset it back to mode 2 or whatever mode you fly. Once that is done go ahead and put it back into slave mode.

Make sure on the MASTER coach mode is set to OFF, I have seen on some controllers this defaulting to ON. Now on the slave search for master, select it and enter password for the master. Once linked please request control or access on the SLAVE and agree to it on the MASTER. Now you should have all normal slave control. More than likely you will need to reconfigure your stick inputs to desired functions if a custom mapping was used.
Posted by blade strike | Jul 30, 2016 @ 11:28 AM | 4,040 Views
RC Combinations:

Try to reset the remote controller.
* Turn on the controller, and make sure the aircraft is off.
* Press C1, C2, and shutter on the controller and then turn the controller off.
* Turn on both the aircraft and the controller and link the remote.


How to force the controller to update:
* Turn on the controller, and make the aircraft is off.
* Press C1, C2, record and the wheel on the right side of the controller and then turn off the controller.
* Don’t let go of any of the buttons, turn on the controller. Then the controller will be able to update again.


How to link the remote via the combination buttons on the controller:
* Turn on both the aircraft and the controller.
* Press C1, C2, and the record button on the controller, then the controller will beep like D-DD.
*Let go of the buttons, the press the wheel on the right side of the controller. The first light of the controller will become blue and it will constantly beep DDDD.
* Use a small tool to press the linking button on the aircraft and hold for 3-5 seconds, release the linking button and wait, it will link in a few secnds.


How to link the remote on P3S:
Turn on RC, move the wheel to the very left and flip the S2 ​up and down three times and press the link button on the aircraft for 3-5 seconds.


How to reset WIFI on P3S?
Turn on the RC and move the wheel to the very right, switch S2 up and down for three times very quickly and turn off RC, and then turn RC back on again. The WIFI is then reset.
Posted by blade strike | Jul 12, 2016 @ 06:35 PM | 4,113 Views
Posted by blade strike | Jul 08, 2016 @ 02:21 PM | 4,090 Views
Safety tips- Using the Phantom 4’s Tapfly Mode
Safety Tips - Using the Phantom 4’s Tapfly Mode (2 min 18 sec)


Safety tips- TOP 10 common pilot errors
Safety Tips - Top 10 Common Pilot Errors (4 min 17 sec)
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Sticky:

Dji m600

Posted by blade strike | May 13, 2016 @ 02:32 PM | 6,299 Views
Matrice 600

The Matrice 600 (M600) is DJI’s new flying platform designed for professional aerial photography and industrial applications. It is
built to closely integrate with a host of powerful DJI technologies, including the A3 flight controller, Lightbridge 2 transmission
system, Intelligent Batteries and Battery Management system, for maximum performance and quick setup

Some build pictures and hints. ( please read picture descriptions ) If you have any questions please let me know.

Updated:
DJI Matrice 600 (m600) First flight (3 min 44 sec)

First Flight

DJI Matrice 600 (M600) X5 Flight Video (2 min 46 sec)
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Posted by blade strike | May 11, 2016 @ 11:30 AM | 4,591 Views
New gimbal lock from polar pro, Love it. Much easier than stock and really secure.

Price is a little high for what you get but its not 3D printed so probably we will see a price drop after the recovery of funds from the mold.





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Posted by blade strike | Apr 14, 2016 @ 02:16 PM | 5,783 Views
Posted by blade strike | Mar 21, 2016 @ 10:03 PM | 5,811 Views
Printing at 40microns (.04mm). Makergear M2

More to come...
Posted by blade strike | Mar 13, 2016 @ 11:21 AM | 6,498 Views
Beside the 3 basic flight modes, GPS, Sports and ATTI. You will have 4 software choices.
TapFly
ActiveTrack
Normal
Intelligent
Posted by blade strike | Mar 12, 2016 @ 10:32 AM | 6,369 Views
This page allows you to enable and disable the VNS. I would recommend turning on the first two options and leaving the 3rd option disabled until you become familiar with the system. Please understand if you enable backward flying during AT the copter could run into an object since it can not see going backwards.
Remember you can still control distance from object with elevator no matter if this option is on or off while in Active Track (AT) mode.

VNS Example RTH:
DJI Phantom 4 RTH - With Object Avoidance (1 min 31 sec)



Posted by blade strike | Mar 12, 2016 @ 10:30 AM | 6,307 Views
This is a really nice feature, it allows separate expo settings for both GPS and sports mode. First thing I would ugliest is to turn down yaw way to fast
Posted by blade strike | Mar 03, 2016 @ 10:21 AM | 6,230 Views
Some pictures of the new DJI Phantom 4. In my honest opinion its DJI best work yet..

Some don't like the looks. I would have to tell them pictures doesn't do it justice! The whole craft is streamlined and has a much stronger shell the previous DJI phantoms!...Continue Reading
Posted by blade strike | Mar 01, 2016 @ 06:23 PM | 6,051 Views
RTH that could have gone very wrong. New object avoidance saved the day!!

DJI Phantom 4 RTH - With Object Avoidance (1 min 31 sec)

Posted by blade strike | Aug 02, 2015 @ 03:44 PM | 11,020 Views

Just received a new charger for the Phantom 3 series. This charger provides 17.5v @ 4a per lead. It also allows you to charge the Transmitter at the same time. I was surprised by the units size. It's about 2 1/2 of the Pro Chargers. So it's not going to be this big brick to pack along on your trips.

When you first plug it in you will notice that it does not have a power LED. At first I thought I might have received a bad unit since it makes absolutely no noise until you start putting a load on the device.

It has a variable speed fan that keeps the charger cool. This fan isn't the quietest fan when at full speed but does an excellent job at keeping the device cool under full load. This is the important part, heat kills electronics.

It's a little slower than the pro's charger. It charges at about the same rate as the advanced. But remember you are charging 3 batteries at a time. I would like to see them maybe do a 6amp output per lead. This would bring charge times down to about an hour for all 3 packs versus the current 80mins.

Overall for $75 it's a solid buy and would recommend it to ANYONE that wants to charge more than one pack at a time.

Spec:
Input: 110-240V
Output: 17.5V 12A; 17.5V 4A Per Lead.
Charging time: around 80 minutes for charging 3 batteries at the same time.
Charging 1 battery takes 80 minutes as well.
Plug type: USA plug, other countries will be USA plug+travel adapter.
Note: Please keep dry when charging.


Size: 17.5*12*4.7cm(L*W*H)
Package weight: 920g

Available @ https://www.rcdepothobbies.com/Charg...cdh-dji025.htm