I think you can see wire in like 55-60 seconds. It is fatter then it looks. close to one centimeter in diameter.It looked like it almost recovered if it weren't for the tree.
Do you have a picture of the wire?
That happened to me too.
Great footage and beautiful colours....a little risky with the flight manoeuvres!! But maybe your pockets are deeper than the canal [emoji39]
It looks like it was caught at or just below the props. The camera was angled down so if it were the legs, we should have seen it.
I my case, you see the wire. Since my video shows the video go downward, my AC must have tipped down, so probably was caught by the legs.
They do actually. Even the sensor icon shows which are active and which are not.WOW!!!! That was scary for me, I can only imagine how it was for you. That however was an excellent video other than that slight mishap. As long as I have been flying drones i have NEVER crashed any of my drones, and today of all days I was shooting some video at my church and I didn't have sight on the drone (I know, shame on me) and was coming slowly around a corner to frame up my shot and when the obstacle avoidance sensors detected a tree it was too late. I was in the tree and tumbling down. Good thing is the tree caught the drone and got stuck up there. It was too hight to reach, but low enough for me to reach with a 8 foot ladder. Talk about a close call. That 360 degree coverage is deceiving I see as i have learned today it is only 360 degree avoidance in certain modes. Thanks DJI for not making that abundantly clear.
Yes I know. I am to careless. I lost two phantoms
And have been close to lost my Spark and Mavic Air as i refused to listen to "Low battery" nagging (I found my Air on a pavement one meter from heavy traffic. )
But the footage was great (expect props are seen due to strong when doing some program like POI):