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Is Follow me performance satisfactory?

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by khurrum, Oct 11, 2015.

  1. khurrum

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    I've recently updated to latest version of intelligent flying modes. Everything seems to be fine. No signal issues, live feed, straight lines etc, which others are facing.

    Apparently follow me also appears to be fine, but after reviewing the video again and again I've a feeling that doesn't properly focuses on the target.

    Please visit the following link and analyse that whether follow me is working correctly?

     
  2. lotusteve

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    Looks brilliant to me.
     
  3. khurrum

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    I could see the GPS drift just a tad when you got in the car but appeared be very minor, given that you appear to be closer to the equator than I am I think you got good results. The P3 uses GPS up to 6 decimal points from what I can tell in the SDK so this kind of accuracy is outstanding. If you are within 23 degrees of the equator you can only expect 0.1 meters of accuracy, here is a gps accuracy chart to set expectations for the gear. Of course this is perfect condition, which I think you achieved. Decimal degrees - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
     
  5. Justin Miller

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    Of course the minor drift could of just been a breeze...
     
  6. khurrum

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    Thankx Miller
     
  7. phantomlova

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    it look great Sir!

    I did this over a lake, it was pretty windy but the Phantom did great!