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Flying 2 phantoms at the same time

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Discussion' started by Slysirdangles, Jul 15, 2014.

  1. Slysirdangles

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    Just wondering if anyone has tried this. My buddy has the one and I have a two. We were thinking about trying to fly at the same time but really new and dumb to the phantom world so please don't tear me apart.my professional judgement tells that they will interfere with each other and it won't work. So if any one has tried I would love to hear
     
  2. J Dot

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    Works fine, several videos on YouTube on this.
    I have also flown with a local friends, flying 2 P2V's
    At the same time, all went well!

    I believe each Tx, and extender is bound to each phantom!
    In other words your Tx will not work with another phantom, until you bind them,
    Same goes for extender!( if you have vision or plus )

    I've never had any issues flying together!

    Hope this helps!

    Take care, Fly safe!

    Eddited for spelling errors! Sorry iPhone spell correction strikes again!
    I typed ( take care, fly safe ) it typed ( take care, fly savage! Lol )
     
  3. Sanababit

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    A buddy and i fly togheter all the time, both are phantom 2's, good luck

    Sana
     
  4. Slysirdangles

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    Thanks I guess fri we will try this
     
  5. hamishue

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    When you try this, start by flying close to the ground. I read a story recently of a chap who was flying over a river when someone else next to him turned on their phantom transmitter and the phantom flying dropped out of the sky like a rock into the river, never to be seen again.