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DJI deactivating NoFly Zones?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by XL-Studios, Jun 4, 2014.

  1. XL-Studios

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  2. rilot

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    Unlikely. The A2 feature should never have been enables. It was a mistake by DJI.
     
  3. LuvMyTJ

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    I doubt they will do this for the Naza series. The A2 is generally use on professional rigs vs. entry level quads.
     
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    +1, don't think any restrictions were supposed to be in the A2. I don't think we can be held to that in the future though, who knows where the industry is heading...
     
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    I just wish DJI would give us more options on the Naza / Phantom 2 FC.

    All we've been getting on the P2 line is more and more restrictions. Reduced descend speed, no fly zones, and now reduced airspeed from tilt limitations. Some of the above are good default for novice out of the box users, but we ought to have options to set the proper speeds and limit to get the most performance out of our machines.

    I for one would have lost my quad if I "upgraded" to the latest firmware and be subjected to the reduced air-speed / tilt limitations.
     
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    I hope they see the light and do the same for the Ground Station. I installed the GS hardware onto my F550 before they came out with the Phantom solution and subsequent flight restrictions. Up until the restrictions were imposed I was conducting my own experiments into remote sensing of RF devices, since the implementation of the flight restrictions I've not been able to use the Ground Station.

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    Nidge