Just had an i1 battery which refuse to wake up after going into hibernation. Tried charging it, and it won’t charge. When a charger is connected, the forth LED just blink non-stop and no charging takes place. This usually happens to old batteries which has not gotten the latest firmware updates.
Step 1: Battery Cover removal
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Step 2: Seperate the battery PCB from the cover and then remove the white connector. The top middle white connector as shown in the pic.
Step 3: Connect the battery to the charger for about 45min, while the PCB is disconnect from the battery pack. Your battery packs now goes through unbalanced charging up to a certain level.
Step 4: Disconnect the charger from battery pack and connect back the white connector to the battery PCB.
Step 5: Reconnect back the charger and let it continue to charge in balanced mode.
Step 6: Insert the battery into the i1 to update the battery firmware.
5) Multi Angle follow me mode without the need for a tracker
and much more…… in my opinion, DJI has trump GoPro Karma in terms of features. Unless you also need GoPro 5 for other purpose, otherwise no reasons to get karma if you can afford Mavic. Oh…actually both products are of the same price (with camera).
It is official now.
The DJI Mavic Pro folds down as small as a bottle of water, making it small enough to bring with you everywhere.
New OcuSync transmission system offers up to 4.3 miles (7km) of transmission range.
Fly at up to 40mph (64kmh) or for as long as 27-minutes.
True 4K, fully stabilized ensures smooth footage
ActiveTrack, TapFly and other smart features make professional looking video effortless.
Obstacle Avoidance combined with sensor redundancy increases flight safety and reliability.
Vision positioning paired with GPS and GLONASS ensures precise positioning indoor and outdoors.
Just concluded a 5 days UAV orientation and flying course. Participants went through flying theories, CAAS regulations and permit application process, indoor and outdoor day and night flight, simulator trainings and etc. Each participants have about 6-8hours of flying time in total.
We have seen participants who have zero flying experience gaining the skills to fly an UAV without GPS safely. That is an achievement.
Today DJI announced the OSMO Mobile. This device is very similar compared to the original OSMO, in terms of functionality. It is an integrated device where the grip and gimbal is one unit. It shares the accessories of the original OSMO. It now uses the phone camera as the recording device.
One interesting new feature that it has is the Active Track technology which will automatically track a subject. With this function, the gimbal will automatically follow the subject that you have highlighted.
Recently, DJI announced the new Matrice 600 (M600). It is classified as a developer / industrial platform and is equipped with the new DJI A3 flight controller and the lightbridge 2. It has an operating distance of up to 5km. With the New A3 Pro flight controller, this platform has many build in safety features as listed below:
Able to automatically adapt itself to different type of platform. Meaning when the drone loses one or 2 propellers, the flight controller will know and recalibrate itself to fly safely back to home.
It is resistant to magnetic interference. Means it can fly near metal structures and not get compass errors.
Multiple GPS to communicate with each other, so in case one GPS gives an error, the system will be able to figure out and not get affected.
Able to use the existing Matrice Guidance system, which provides active obstacle avoidance.
Multiple battery to prevent battery failure and potential crashes.
With all the safety features, this is a film maker’s dream. It can lift the newly launched Ronin MX, which is capable of mounting a Red Epic camera.