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  1. Yea there are some versions that needs to be paired or at least passed a certain number with both to work. As Dave says post the screenshot as we can see where your at.
  2. DJI & Disney Airspace

    Email Flysafe at DJI and they should be able to resolve this for you, but if it’s showing as a Red Zone there is nothing you can specifically do to get passed it your self other than getting flysafe to unlock it. just a note after reading you said you unlocked the area on the website did you then go online with the device to sync that unlock data to DJI Go ? If doing via website you just need to make sure that unlock endup at your smartdevice to unlock the craft that’s all. What Aircraft was this tbh as a matter of interest.
  3. Hi All Just Joined from Kent UK

    Hi from South Wales
  4. About to purchase the Phantom 4 Pro

    That’s the number I was told currently and was informed the CAA state they have issueed about 5500 total permissions since conception. Now what I don’t know is if this takes into account multiple PIC on the same Ops Manual so there is possible some who are working under a larger companies permission but even so if that is a few hundred and I doubt it is it’s still a large number who have not re applied and it’s over a 5th.
  5. About to purchase the Phantom 4 Pro

    While not correct in here but there has been a loss of about 1500 operators in the Uk that have not renewed, and the UK permission is not a small task so these guys have fallen away because they either could not make it work or they did not really know what they got into in the first place.
  6. Dji Googles

    How are you connecting it? For the P3 it should be HDMI only as it does not support USB or wireless connection, you need to have the HDMI board fitted to the RC. So just to confirm on the P3 series you won’t have head tracking or the other smart features just visual over HDMI.
  7. Dji mavic pro real estate

    Just to confirm the DJI XT will work with all the original X mount capable drones so that Inspire 1, M100, M600 and the new M200 series. Ots not compatible with the Inspire 2. I1 you can pick up at a crazy bargain right now and if someone was looking for a tool to give more of an impression than the Mavic then it offered great bang for buck, just be aware of batteries if you buy one used and check them extensively as early firmware had a discharge bug that could kill them if they were left for long periods with out checking on them. If they turn on then check the capacity and if it’s above 80% of the original level then they are fine.
  8. starting out...

    That all sounds normal, yes the packs turn off when charging is complete and will show 4 solid Leds when done when you check them, a piece of advice, do your self a favor and download the P3 Manual read read it cover to cover a number of times, there is some stuff in there you really need to know around how this works and the behavior of veriouse features. Some other info that may be helpful for you First flight. Take it easy for your first few flights until you understand what the craft is doing and how it behaves vs how you expect it to behave as they can be different. Avoid water or tight spaces and give your self plenty of open space to check the craft is working correctly and you understand its controls. Do not use CSC to stop the motors after landing it has a habit of tipping the craft, just hold the throttle down to minimum for a few seconds to shut the motors down. Battery A few simple rules will ensure you should not have any problems Take it easy on new packs, or even ones that have been stored for some time could take a number of cycles to realise it full capacity, do not fully discharge a new pack for the first few cycles and ideally don't discharge below 50% for the first 10 cycles/flights, it’s just helps a little it appears . Try not to fly a partly charged pacI and only take off with a fully charged battery when ever you can, if you stop flying do not use the pack again for another flight further to this try to only fly that pack with in 24 hours of charging, ideally sooner, if the battery has been sitting for over 24 hours discharge it to below 90% then charge it fully before and long flight. Keep a charged battery warm before flight as temps are dropping and cold weather can have an averse affect on the battery and its performance, try to keep the pack warm between charging and getting to the fly site in colder weather, battery temp should ideally be between 20-30c for take off, since V1.6 it will warn you of your temp is to cold and may not let you arm of its below 15c, if between 15-20c take off and just hover for a bit for the pack temperature to rise above 20c Finally be gentle In colder weather avoid full throttle unless its absolutely necessary, especially until the battery has warmed in flight, take off at part throttle as this is when the largest load is on the pack and its cold. Fly safe folks and keep those birds coming home
  9. starting out...

    As chuck as stated they are likely fine, if you want to have a very basic idea of their health post a picture of the battery screen with each one in and we can take a look. Chucks posts is bang on with everything the only real thing I would say is once the packs are known after a few cycles charging inside should not be an issue in my opinion as long as you can do it where you mentain control and visibility and are able to control the situation if it changes rapidly, charging them out side every time is not something that is absolutely nessesary once your in a place you can control things, often I’m charging packs on my bedroom floor BUT I’m allways there and am able to take control if something goes south. I do store them in a metal safe when not in use and all my other dumb packs in the worshop live in ammo boxes like chuck stated, I tend to keep the DJI packs indoors and warm ready for use, my workshop has been crazy cold so it causes me issues if I want to use them quicklY, It’s arguable all year long if a smart battery has made them safer or not and that’s smart batteries across the board from drones to laptops but what they have done is made it safer for new users imo from a charging point of view by taking some of the complexity out of understanding voltage ect, however that’s not nessesary saying that’s a good thing because knowing how a lipo works is very important as chuck has stated and they are funny beasts at the bests of times, while rare you can do everything right and they can still go up for no apparent reason. Im sure you will be fine and post the pics if your not sure and we can take a look at the voltages and capacity’s, it won’t tell you that they are safe but we can say if they look fairly healthy. @chuck that’s a nice setup I need to do something like that my self tbh, when your dealing with that many packs is absolutely what needs to be done as you have said.
  10. 2017 DIY Drones Year in Review

    Yea they got that wrong, I’m a big Apple guy but why not just put up a warning and state it’s gooing to enter that lower performance mode and sugest getting the battery replace, well that’s how it will go now I guess, not sure how much TC would have know but Apple tend to close down in these situations then wait a bit before deciding their next move. But not handled well as many things often are not While talking CEOs and sorry for the digression but did anyone see the Intel CEO thing, if anyone has not noticed it appears Most CPUs are affected by this method of pre loading the CPU and these 2 specific issues that are now known but Intel were pushing it more than the others to gain performance benefits, anyhoo the Intel CEO in November sold every dime of stock he was allowed to and left him self the absolute minimum he was allowed in law to be a ceo, how is this not insider trading ? Just something hat caught my eye. anyway sorry for the OT can’t type well due to an accident yesterday so I wish all a great weekend.
  11. 2017 DIY Drones Year in Review

    CA does seem to have a Teflon suit but he is extremely articulate, intelligent and has the ability to make a difference, regardless of the final success of the product or company it’s hard not to admire both his personal success and what he has managed to achieve even if it did not last. I don’t think anyone could not call him a good guy overall, I think he is not a great CEO or business guy though, he needs a Tim Cook type of person like Steve Jobs did later at Apple to make the business end work.
  12. stubborn P4 lens cover

    Yes this process was updated and changed with the introduction of the Mavic and P4 Pro series and DJI have made it the standard method now.
  13. stubborn P4 lens cover

    Just try calibrating your RC sticks before you do anything not forgetting the camera tilt knob as well. You do this from with in DJI Go, if it’s still beeping try turning off object avoidance and the radar they are two different setting and see if it stops and go from there. Usually RC beeping is stick calibration but it could be picking something up from radar but the App usually makes the noises for that not the actual RC.
  14. stubborn P4 lens cover

    Is the drone beeping, controller or app ? The P4 has object avoidance are you not hearing the warning picking up something in view ? Whats the radar showing ?
  15. stubborn P4 lens cover

    Some of the methods are shows here that work, I forgot about the elastic band one