I stumbled upon these pictures, and they look to be pictures of a new breed of Phantom drones. It could be the Phantom 5, it could also be a Phantom 4 that has the new camera attached for testing purposes. What we can see is that the camera supports detachable
Some DJI models like the Phantom 4 Pro have a HDMI out, that is an easy way to connect a TV or other display to the video feed. But what if you don’t have that? What if you don’t even have a DJI drone? And what if you want to
GTen has an update for the UpAir One V4 that has a PX4 board fitted. this should help you fix problems with “No MAV Data” showing on your screen. The update is easy, but be 100% sure your UpAir is a V4 with a PX4 board, it will not work
Every DJI owner knows that the DJI Go app has a great function, live streaming to your favourite social media like Youtube or Facebook. Streaming to Facebook is one of our favourites! But did you know you can also stream to your own Facebook page? It is actually very easy,
ND filters come in different shapes and sizes for the different cameras that are available under your drone. It is important to get a set that fits your camera. If you are still looking for ND filters, have a look
Imagine… You have been flying your learner drone since Christmas, and you are ready for the next step. A nice GPS enabled drone to take great pictures is on the short list… You could of course get a brand spanking new one, but what if funds don’t stretch that far?
DJI has launched a great new drone, but is it good to sell your Mavic Pro? Or should you choose the Mavic Air over the Pro? I have gathered some stuff from the internet to help you decide! Credits go to the people that created the content! Here is the
For some reason some camera’s on the DJI Phantom 3’s are not properly focussed. This will result in blurry pictures and video. This is how your footage can look when your camera is somewhat out of focus. There is a fix, but that will require you to take apart your
A great new way of making photo’s is using the 360 function. Litchi had this function for a while, but now it is also available on the DJO Go 4 app. make sure you have the latest update of the app, and that your drone is running the latest firmware,
Calibrating your controller is also important to do at times. You might notice jerky movements when jawing, or a slight drift to a side. drifting might also be caused by a bad IMU, check that first! this is how to calibrate the IMU But when you are sure the IMU
Calibrating the gimbal is very important because it makes sure that the IMU in the gimbal knows what is level and adjusts the camera to that. If you notice that your horizon is off (not straight) when you are flying a gimbal calibration might help a lot. This is very
Sometimes it is needed to calibrate your IMU. First, let me explain what an IMU is: An IMU is a unit which collects angular velocity and linear acceleration data and contains two separate sensors. The first sensor is the accelerometer. This generates three signals describing the accelerations along each of its
Gten says that the V3 doesn’t need calibrating.. That might be true, but calibrating the compass is a good thing to do, and is very important as well in case of a RTL. If you use RTL and the compass orientation is not good you might get a fly away!
As you might have read on the site my Phantom suffered from stress cracks in the body. I have made a post to help you fix that But since the drone was in bits I decided to paint it as well. I never liked the white shell, and my choice
I have been reading a lot about stress cracks in the body of the Phantom 3. There have been many, many posts about it, and there are also many different things in the market that all say they prevent cracks. I have been flying my Phantom 3 Standard a lot,
Many times I get asked… is there a way to remove the altitude restrictions? To be very honest.. I don’t want you to, only because there are rules that we should respect. But then again, why should your drone be restricted? So the answer is Yes, you can! and you