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  1. NI.Spo

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    Hi everyone
    I intend to use the P4 for outdoor pursuits with groups (hiking, mountainbiking etc,) ( I purchased my p4 a week before the Mavic was released- ah well!)
    If I wish to pack up and move the p4 to another location, can I just power down the motors and remove the props, packing everything as is in the backpack with the p4, ipad and controller powered on? Or must I power down everything and reboot/connect everything from scratch each time I move location. Sorry for what may be a silly question, but it would really help to minimise down time.
    Thanks


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  2. SoCalDude

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    Not only that, but I recommend recalibrating your compass after each location change. (unless, of course the change in distance is trivial)
     
  3. tberton

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    I agree, compass is one of the most important set ups.


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  4. r62ewa

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    You'll notice that if you don't power down the remote it will start to give an audible beep to remind you that it has not been shut down.
     
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  5. NI.Spo

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    Thanks all. Better safe than sorry.


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