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New attitude warning in app update?

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by MedinaTaylor, Feb 2, 2016.

  1. MedinaTaylor

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    I adjusted my max altitude limit and this warning popped up.

    Is this new with the app update or did I just miss it before?
     

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  2. msinger

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    DJI has always displayed a warning when setting that value over 400 ft.
     
  3. MedinaTaylor

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    Good to know, but I was increasing it from 250 to 400.
     
  4. msinger

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    That setting is in meters (not feet).
     
  5. Rumbaar

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    You are in metric, so you've changed it from 250m to 400m, which is around 1300 ft?
     
  6. MedinaTaylor

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    Ha, well... that explains it. :p
     
  7. m0j0

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    Yep meters


    Phantom 3 Pro / iPad Air 2
     
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    I am sure I have mine set to feet yet still shows the same screen with the warning in meters.

    Changing from meters to imperial in settings only changes the scale on the map in the corner not of the warning messages from what I can see.

    Does it set it to meters or feet in height when setting the height in the return to home?
     
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    121.92 Meters is 400 feet. Rth is in Meters.
     
  10. msinger

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    It's always displayed in meters. There is no way to change that.