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  1. volace

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    [​IMG]

    Any explanation , for this ?


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  2. Jerrald Johnson

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    The power of Dji Go magic is the explanation.
     
  3. 4wd

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    That location is Lat 0 and Long 0 which gives a big clue.
     
  4. dewster

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    That's where the P3 flyaways were headed.


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  5. CCDD

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    I now know who holds the record for the longest flight...on only 1 battery too!!!
     
  6. Erised

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    Wow and you had 18% battery life. Bet you wish you would have gone all the way to Africa! Maybe next time.
     
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  7. Thomas.

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    Wow, what an efficient flight! And this in less than 6 minutes! Do you already have offers from Boeing or AirBus?


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  8. Sim597

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    [​IMG]


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  9. Sim597

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    Got him beat


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  10. Argyle

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    How is this possible? Anyone confirm if this is real?
     
  11. PeterFranken

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    That's clear. À new battery....


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  12. Argyle

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    ... With most up to date firmware update
     
  13. Buzz rabbit

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    Nuclear powered phantom


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  14. dirtybum

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    Those flights are easy! You just have to take your camera off and load batteries where the camera used to be!
     
  15. Argyle

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    Where would one then put all the care bears to harness their power?
     
  16. Sim597

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    It's not real, it didn't happen, it's just some crazy bonkers shyt that came up on my app, wasn't this time but I've actually seen it cruising at 1200-1500mph across the states before, must be before my GPS initializes or something
    Edit: I see one of the Kittens (Bugs' is his nickname) is in the lower pic, musta ran up to it as I shut it off, adds credence that it's real tho
     
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  17. volace

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    Although it is funny to see these imaginary flights , but it arise real concerns regarding the accuracy of the electronics in my phantom 4
    I hope DJI would take this in consideration.



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  18. Argyle

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    Agreed. It would have been somewhat impressive and inhuman for someone to fly for several hours, but now I have to settle for the AC possibly glitching and not knowing where it is.... Or at least a few thousand kilometres away.
     
  19. Sim597

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    No it's not like that, it's when there is no connection and background noise or whatever makes it drift, once the bird and app shake hands, it "snaps" to where it belongs, no issue with the bird.