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Unlike typical Android app downloads that are processed via the Google Play store, DJI Fly and all other DJI apps must be downloaded directly via the DJI website.Simply visit the DJI Download Centre to download the Fly app file here.
The recommended DJI Fly app version for this update is v1.7.4, and the same is now available to download from the Apple Play Store for iOS devices and from the official DJI Download Center for Android devices.
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The DJI FPV Air Unit utilizes an MMCX antenna. Since the inner pin is small, when pulling out the antenna, hold the air unit with one hand, pull the antenna gently with the other hand, making sure to remove it horizontally. Installing or pulling the antenna out too forcefully may cause the inner pin and the collar to fall off or become damaged.
Yes. However, it is not recommended. By detaching the remote controller and manually switching between Mode 1 and Mode 2, you will not be covered by our official warranty if the remote controller were to break.We offer two flight modes for you to choose from when purchasing the DJI FPV Remote Controller, Mode 1 and Mode 2. Be sure to consider both modes carefully before making your purchase.
Visit the DJI FPV System product page on the DJI official website, enter the downloads section, and download DJI Assistant 2. Power on all modules and connect them to DJI Assistant 2 to begin activating and upgrading. Watch Tutorial Video
FPV Air 2 supports multiplayer which allows you to test your skills against other pilots around the world. The graphics itself are good as the engine it is based on looks great, but bad at the same time, mainly because some of the models and trees look abit flat (but again its made by just one guy). And given the price its easy to overlook this. Apart from the price, the other killer feature is that the physics are fully adjustable allowing you to get the simulator to feel exactly how you want. Ultimately this simulator is well worth the price and makes you think twice about the value of the more expensive options.
So lets move on to the Sims themselves! I'm going to try and make you aware of as many sims as possible but please bear in mind that firstly these are my personal opinions and secondly I haven't got the time to try all of them.This means for a few I will going off what I have heard and since most sims are dropping regular updates I may not be completely up to date with the latest physics/features. I suggest for any sim researching it yourself and if possible downloading a trial version.
DRL uses their own custom drones, these drones are designed to be easily visible and carry extra video equipment for the show. The bottom line is that these things weigh approximately 1000g which is double the weight of a typical racing drone and the sims physics replicates this.After getting top 10 times on some Velocidrone tracks I thought I would have a shot on the tryouts so downloaded the game. After 2 hours of pain trying to adapt to the weight and relative lack of power compared to what I was used to I'd had enough and uninstalled the game.Thankfully DRL have now released version 3.0 which gives players the option to choose to use normal quads and even customise them. I've yet to try version 3.0 but the list of new feature makes it sound like a much more exciting proposition:
Of course the highlight and golden feature of DRL is the opportunity to become a real DRL pilot. This overshadows the fact that DRL also has a good online multiplayer mode that allows for custom tracks. An annoyance however has to be the crash detection that will painfully show your drone getting smashed into bits at the slightest collision. It is slow, repetitive and frustrating to reset!
The trial was free however there is no word yet on the price of the final product. The website promises 30 tracks in the full game which sounds great however my main concern is similar to DRL's initial problem of their custom quads.Like DRL, DCL uses custom built larger and heavier quads that just don't fly the same as a regular 5" quad. I've held one and they are just heavy and in the words of many of their real life pilots, they suck. Hopefully the game will provide players with an option to fly a regular quad like DRL has now done.
Hopefully by now we have established that sims are an excellent tool that should be used and even the most expensive sims will improve your flying far more than any quad parts you could spend comparable money on. 2b1af7f3a8