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Discussion in 'Inspire 1 Discussion' started by Alessandro Garabaghi, Jun 20, 2015.

  1. Alessandro Garabaghi

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    Little friendly competition, lets see who has the most feet flown, hours and distances

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    Im about to break the 1million ft flown mark.
     

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  2. droneshop

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    6hrs, 310,000 ft.
     
  3. qbizzy

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    Amazing. What's the point of having a "pilot level" status when it stays the same. DJI has some lofty goals for us.
     
  4. dreadwing

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    After 100,000 flights it moves your experience level up a single notch.
     
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  7. fei8820

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    This is mine :) never have a issue till now :)
     

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    Mine up until yesterday.
     

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  9. dreadwing

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    Here you go.

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    Since March 1st. image.jpg
     
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    i am being very conservative with my batteries so i am getting 12/16 mins of flight time, how empty are you bats when you land?
     
  13. Adrian VC

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    I always fly with fully charged batteries, 100%.
    I have my 1st battery warning set at 30%. I slowly fly the bird home, no panic.
    I come back and hover just above ground level with landing gear down until Critical battery warning sounds at 10%, give the aircraft some more power to stop it from landing until battery reaches 8% then land and shut down. DJI recommend doing this to prolong battery life. Seems to work for me, hence longer flight times.
     
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    awesome thanks for the info! i always leave them at about 12%
     
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    They recommend doing that once every 10-20 flights on a given battery though, not every flight.

    Envoyé de mon GT-I9505 en utilisant Tapatalk
     
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  16. Adrian VC

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    This is what it actually says...

    To effectively calibrate the battery capacity, it is recommended to charge and discharge the
    battery thoroughly for every 10 charge-and-discharge cycle. User should install the battery onto
    the aircraft and then power on the aircraft to initiate the discharge process, discharge the battery
    until the aircraft is powered off automatically. User should then fully charge the battery to ensure
    the battery is working at its optimal.

    Fly the Inspire 1 outdoors until there is less than 5% of power left, or until the battery can no longer be turned on...
     
  17. Inspire-Bird

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    16 hours 200 Flights
    20, 460,521 Feet (not sure where they got 20 million feet)
     
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    I just changed from flying with my galaxy s5 to nvidia shield and the last flights in the log does not sync from my S5. Anyone with the same problem?

    Sent from my S5
     
  20. skylabimaging

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    Yeah, when I switched from my s4 to the ipad...none of my flights synced up...doesn't really bother me though.