I normally turn it on once I have it above the roof to avoid that issue. Also, I don't know how safe this is, but if you just take off anyways the compass error goes away as soon as you get into the air.Have had to do this several times in the woods when the mosquitos were acting like fat ladies at the casino buffet.
Never launched from the inside of the vehicle, but did do extended flights while sitting inside.
I found that if I turned the M2P on inside the truck, I would have to do a compass calibration. So instead, I would turn the controller on inside the truck, jump out and turn on the AC, jump back into the truck and do the flight.
Tough to fly and photo while battling blood-thirsty mosquitos.
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not ranking on you but when it was pouring you did not lift off but when it stopped pouring and it was a very light rain you took off. I was hoping it was going to fly in the pouring rain. I do like the suit though. It is unique.Huge fan of flying from inside the car, however every car is a little different and should be tested for Magnetic Interference. Once you know your car is Mavic Friendly your good to go.
I thought maybe the WIpers might cause some interference but they did not.
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Gear to fly in the rain.
The Pro doesn't impress me at all, I think its a huge disappointment.
In daylight the footage doesn't look better and you have no optical zoom.... You do know when you zoom all the way in it compresses everything allowing you to get shots you just can't on the pro, not even with a digital punch in. The pro is a gimmick to get your money.If you can’t edit, sure...