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Charge Mavic batteries with a Phantom4 mains?UPside down controls?

Peter B

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I recently purchased a Crystalsky monitor and also a Phantom4 mains to charge the battery with. Can I charge my Mavic batteries with the Phantom4 power pack? Let me add one more question here...when using the DJI mount for the Crystalsky 5.5... are the control buttons supposed to be upside-down? The monitor flips ok.
 
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Yes, DJI designed the worst mavic mount ever and its upside down and you have to rotate the screen. It also make the controller bottom heavy. I hate it so much. Buy a polar pro or a mavmount.
 

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Yes, DJI designed the worst mavic mount ever and its upside down and you have to rotate the screen. It also make the controller bottom heavy. I hate it so much. Buy a polar pro or a mavmount.
Thanks, ordered the Polarpro mount... they build good stuff. I understand that you can still use the DJI quick disconnect from the DJI bracket with the Polarpro
 
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No, it's a different plug and also not the same voltage.
Kilrah, Thanks again for for your reply.. so...if I buy the the Mavic Advanced hub, I can use the Phantom charger power supply? I assume this will also charge the Mavic batteries faster?
 

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Thanks, ordered the Polarpro mount... they build good stuff. I understand that you can still use the DJI quick disconnect from the DJI bracket with the Polarpro
There are no parts between the two mounts that are compatible unless you count the screws. They are totally different setups. I have the polar pro and yes it is pretty good. Very solid.
 

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