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Dji vision app i pad air

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Discussion' started by HeisenbergAR15, Feb 7, 2015.

  1. HeisenbergAR15

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    Can anyone tell me why in the manual it says the use of an i pad air for the dji vision app and FPV is supported but not suggested but other I pads are? I have used it for very short flights without an issue. Is there any cause for concern?
     
  2. barefootbeachcombing

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    There's no reason. It works fine. Nothing to be concerned about. The only real "reason" is that it is not "scaled" for the iPad. It's an "iPhone" as opposed to a "universal" app. But it works fine.

    The latest versions on the app do not have that disclaimer.
     
  3. GSSP

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    I have been using Ipad mini since day one, over 50 flights
     

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    Where did you get that ipad holder? I need one of those.
     
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    Not sure why I need hemet mount?
     
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    Starting to feel like I hijacked this post, sorry to OP.
     
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    When you are flying from one position (which I do most of the time), without walking around, then a normal camera tripod is the go - removes all the clutter and weight off your controller.

    Here is a tripod mount which works well on iPads, iPad minis and other monitors. http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/iPad-iPad-Mi ... 418fe3b279 (tripod not included)

    This link is for eBay Australia where I bought mine, but I am sure you can find a similar one in your area. Works great!