Dick Gibson: Many reasons, it is great fun, easy to learn, easy to teach someone else how to fly, it is small and easy to transport, did I mention it is fun?
mpc pee: Well said tops
Topvideos1001: Honestly ? well because you are looking at this stuff, and it beats the crap out of um ah Drrrrrr, Football, People who like to get involved in R/C are usually people, like myself, who love to learn!, like musicians, skill seekers, people who enjoy life. But if we stay stagnant then, watch Football, it seems to do a lot for the other side the boring, slow learners.
Tony Gleydson: Hello Everybody. Regarding this double green blinking, I don't see it as a problem. I think the meaning of it is like I have been using. Every time you put the throtle stick out of center, it means that the Phantom might be climbing or descending. When you center the stick (single blink) it is supposed to be levelled. It is a signal to tell you that it is keeping a levelled flight. That is how I have been using.
alex laur: update to 3.12 , DJI say that this problem is solved....at me sometimes is just one green...sometimes two green....i do TX calibration , the sticks is in center.....but is no problem at all...
Eddie CJ: I have the same double green blinks, but when I centre the sticks while it is in the air it turns to single green blink, then when I move the sticks from centre to move forward or whatever it double blinks green again, how do I get constant single green blinks? Need to adjust something in software? If so how do I centre the sticks in the software interface?
Dan Moore: That's all good info that I already know but you didn't answer my question. Never mind.
alex laur: install driver for OS / Mac from dji-innovation....and i registered Naza to DJI....good luck
Dan Moore: Many have had USB connection problems during upgrade including myself. Tried many things and some are saying short our the F1/F2 on the Naza. Are you familiar with this and is it safe? I've switch out USB cables, tried it on multiple computers but the Phantom is not recognized.
alex laur: yes, double blinking green means the stick are not centered....is not a problem.....mine was to -5....this problem is fixed in firmware 3.12...and must be imported via assistant the Default Phantom Config. Parameters...cheers
Norman Hirsch: i upgraded and noticed what you showed, better takeoff, better hovering and also noticed the double blinking green instead of single. manual says that the controls are not centered? I played with them and at one point got it back to single blinking. Doesn't seem to matter however. Is someone saying the default changed on the type of copter in the setup? I didn't notice that, regardless it seems fine. Any thoughts on that appreciated.
alex laur: That beep is a BEEPER- low voltage checker...must see my vid...it will help you
Dennis Rogers: What is the beeping? does the Phantom now warn you off flat battery? with new update? I heard this when updating, plugged into USB.
loveand light: Yeah. Mine did exactly what happened on this guys video but when I changed it to QUAD-ROTOR X it worked a little funky (for like 5 seconds after liftoff) but then everything came to. I am suprised that dji has not put out a press release or fixed the firmware to default to the QUAD-ROTOR X . Hope that helps.
alex laur: Tell me what problem you see to my Phantom???? All settings are good. All done BEFORE flying ! Good luck ! (DEFAULT MIXER TYPE IS QUAD-ROTOR I.....MUST CHANGE TO QUAD-ROTOR X )
loveand light: I think you need to go into the Basic-> mode -> and select Quadcopter-X... I had the same problem a few minutes ago and almost wasted a set of graupner props! Careful here. Check that setting! Good luck