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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by slim.slamma, Sep 7, 2016.

  1. slim.slamma

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    At 600ft and above the i1 no longer records video or photos:mad:
    I wonder which firmware it got slipped in on. Wise move this should deter irresponsible behavior. No point flying in the clouds if you can't get photos:p

    Can anyone confirm. Should have been a major announcement.


    Post your cloud shots here if this is just a rumor:)
     
  2. lake_flyer

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    Sorry Slim, no can do.
    Interesting though. It would help a lot to keep a lot of high flying folks closer to the ground. Now if they also would cut off the video when outside VLOS, unless one has a IFR rating (it's coming)......
     
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    Offers an inch and i'll be damn if he aint go for the mile's;)
     
  4. lake_flyer

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    :p:p:p
     
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    FAA has maintained the rule that UAVs must remain within the visual line-of-sight (VLOS) of the remote pilot, reinforcing the relevance of the Epson and DJI partnership.
     
  6. lake_flyer

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    I like the idea of glasses that offer a heads up display for the telemetry, and give a view of the actual framing, while maintaining VLOS. It's much safer than VLOS ONLY.