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MicroSD Card within Belly of the Battery Bay?

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by allemtura, May 11, 2015.

  1. allemtura

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    Is this a MicroSD card visible within the belly of the Phantom/Battery Bay?

    I don't have the tools to reliably remove and reinsert the card so can't investigate further, but I'll be curious to know if anyone can see what is on the card?
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  2. leekiya

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    Well spotted, just looked and it does look like one. It's going to take a brave person to try pull that out if it is. My guess is someone will try, and I have a pretty good idea who might be brave enough. :D But it might end up in a :eek: story.
     
  3. allemtura

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    That same person who now has three Phamtom 3's methinks, and who likes opening up the lid on these flying beasts... :)
     
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    Well found, yes it is an sd card, probably to store the flight logs etc.
     
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  5. leekiya

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    LOL, you think like me. :D:D
     
  6. allemtura

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    Might have to ask him directly... :)
     
  7. Mal_PV2_Ireland

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    So who's gonna tag Mohan ;)
     
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    That SD card were your flight data stored

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    seems like the SD card would be the ideal place to store an entire no-fly zone map for the entire world. Plenty of space. I wonder if this is the case?
     
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    Or whether it's a ce or fcc model? That would have been a lot easier than making 2 different models?
     
  11. allemtura

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    Hi Mohan - over to you for testing to see what is on that internal SD card if possible please seeing as you're our go-to tinker man! :)