Why does the display do this?

Discussion in 'Mavic Pro Discussions' started by Dronebow, Nov 26, 2016.

  1. Dronebow

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    It's showing you the areas that are over exposed. Turn off the following setting in DJI GO:
     

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    Or back down the exposure slightly with the right wheel.
     
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    Unrelated to your question, but where are you located? I have never seen more than 16 satellites, and I see you have 22. Also, that symbol between the GPS and controller signal:

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    What is that? Mine is always red with a little red R in the center...

    Sorry to thread jack, but your post had all the items necessary to prod me into asking
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    Never mind on the symbol. Just reviewed the manual. It's the forward vision indicator. Still curious about the GPS satellite count, though.
     
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    I get 20 and a HDOP of 0.5 with my M8N on my APM quads, just depends on your location really
     
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    I'm in Texas. Regardless of the number of satellites I'm a bit disappointed with the range so far. See that red error. It kept popping up and I was really not far from the drone.
     
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    The red on that particular item means it's too dark for either the forward vision or downward vision system to get a reading. I just verified by flying indoors. When I dimmed the room lights (or landed) the indicator turned red.
     
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    Perhaps too dark OR too far away. Like if you are 100' up then obviously the vision system will not detect the ground.
     
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    I'm in Denver City Texas, I get 18-20,21 sats all the time,,,


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    Make sure the antennas are unfolded and oriented vertically, and that you're pointing the right way i.e. your body isn't in the middle. Also check the transmission stats and psot a screenshot, as already suggested in another of those many threads you posted in about that but apparently never came to read the suggestions afterwards.
     
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