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Smashed Camera

Discussion in 'Standard/4k Discussion' started by Bella, Oct 27, 2015.

  1. Bella

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    After 1 week of fun I crashed into trees and completely severed my camera arm from the unit. I have ordered a new camera & gimbal but would like to know wether I need to reinstall or will it keep the original settings.
     
  2. msinger

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    You should not need to reinstall anything if you're only swapping the camera & gimbal.
     
  3. Bella

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    Thanks ... Lesson for new flyers.... Don't get too cocky after only 3 sessions flying
     
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    Do you still have the smashed camera, I might be interested in it for parts.
     
  6. Bella

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    Yes Jerry still have the camera... As new with about 35 minutes usage only
     
  7. Jerry Feldman

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    Can you post a picture and let me know what you want for it? Is the lens damaged?
     
  8. Bella

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    I am in Australia. Is that a problem. I just paid $A650 for the new camera replacement
     
  9. Jerry Feldman

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    Yeah, that's probably not going to work :) Sorry.
     
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    I would keep it for sure. Given the state of dji customer service, you may have to fix anything that goes wrong, even if it is a warranty situation.