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My first 5 mile flight.

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Discussion' started by AmosMoses, Apr 8, 2015.

  1. AmosMoses

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    Thought I'd share. Turned on the camera a minute late into the flight but still mostly there! Didn't add any cheesy music or anything. I usually end up turning it down on videos anyway.

    DJI Ultimate Flight app 5 mile GS Mission!:
     
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    Cool !! What % battery did ya have left after that ?
     
  3. AmosMoses

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    38% Could push it farther but 5 miles is good enough for me. For now anyway!
     
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    Well ya caught the wind just right for that run !! Bravo :)
     
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    Nice! lets see a P3 do that, lol
     
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    I've been using my Iphone 6 ever since I got my P2V+ but wanted to ask.

    1. Any hardware requirements for an Android Tablet. GPS Enabled, etc?
    2. Do I have to break the binding with my Iphone 6 to bind the Android Tablet.
    3. Does this app eliminate the range restrictions?

    Thanks!
     
  7. AmosMoses

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    1. Just make sure it has at least 2gb of ram.
    2. No. Just have to make sure to "forget* the WiFi for the Phantom on the iPhone if it's in range and not connected.
    3. Yes.


    Edit: I believe that the “no fly zones” are left in place but I’m not sure. It does remove the distance limits for way points.
     
    #7 AmosMoses, Apr 9, 2015
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