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Ipad iOS 9.0.2 vs Android 5.1.1 and Dji Go

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by batghost, Oct 22, 2015.

  1. batghost

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    I have made video to compare which one is lag between the two



    Device that I use :

    DJI Inspire 1 Dual Remote
    Note Edge - Lolipop 5.1.1 - DJI Go 2.3.0
    Note 4 - Lolipop 5.1.1 - DJI Go 2.3.0
    Ipad Mini Retina - iOS 9.0.2 - DJI Go 2.4.0
    Remote and Drone using latest firmware 1.4

    Conclusion :
    iOS 9.0.2 using DJI Go 2.4.0 still laggy
     
  2. nhoover

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    To me the Notes looked about the same. The iPad looked pretty bad. I thought they were supposed to be much better than that. I am quite happy with my Nexus 9 on Android 6.0.
     
  3. denodan

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    No noticable lag on my ipad 2 mini at all
     
  4. Garrie

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    Have you updated to iOS 9.1?
     
  5. batghost

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    Ok will try tonight
     
  6. John Locke

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    An accurate way to compare lag is to have the Phantom camera focused on a stop watch timer that supports hundredths of seconds, which is a free download on most phones. With the timer running, snap a photo of the controller screen at an angle that also shows the phone timer in the background. The photo will show both screens, recording the exact lag time, which is the delta between the two times. No guessing, and it's simple and accurate. Just post the photos with a caption what device is being used.
     
    #6 John Locke, Oct 23, 2015
    Last edited: Oct 23, 2015