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How To Open Dji Phantom 2 Vision

There are two different DJI Phantom 4 models currently on the market.The DJI Phantom 4 (retail price = $999) and the Phantom 4 Pro (retail price = $1,499), which is an upgraded model.You can find a refurbished Phantom 4 for around ~$800.If you want some info on the difference between the two Phantom 4 models, this article will help you out:See: DJI Phantom 4 vs DJI Phantom 4 Pro | DroneTrove.com

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Can I add attachments to the DJI Phantom 2 Vision?

If you don't have any extra rx channels, you'll need to do some major modifications, like upgrading your RX and maybe your TX. If you do have a free channel, it is simply a matter of adding a small servo (a 9g might be a good choice) and fabricating an actuator and lifting device. If you aren't running a BEC or the one you have won't handle the added amp draw of the servo without overheating or burning out, you will need to wire one in somewhere between your LiPo and one of your ESC's. An SBEC or UBEC will be better than a linear BEC, since linear BECs waste more power by converting it to heat due to the resistors.

I need some more info for DJI Phantom 2 Vision+?

Before you invest in a radio controlled system, please consider doing some research. In this case, search using "phantom flyaway".

If your country does not have personal liability laws or even if it does and you are still OK with the insurance liability issues and can afford the possibility of never finding the quad, then you need to understand where the stability of video comes from... the quads are fairly steady, but the camera is mounted to a gimbal device that keeps the camera pointing where you set it (through the smartphone or tablet control over wifi). You can also control the camera view because the smartphone control can pan the camera up and down. Many lower priced quads mount the camera to the quad - which is fine, but if you want the camera to point stright down, you need to point the camera in that direction. With the 2V+, you use the remote control on the smartphone/tablet to adjust the camera view remotely.

DJI provides an option to purchase a Phantom with no camera - and mount a GoPro. The disadvantage is that you don't get the remote view available in the 2V+ (where you can remotely see what the quad sees).

If you are still on the page of getting a 2V+, be sure to get at least one extra battery (a battery has a safe fly time of a little less than 20 minutes); get extra propellers; get and use the safety bumpers (including the installing the string add-on) and NEVER fly in places where there are people or animals that can be injured if something happens and make sure you do the calibration dance and set "home" every single time you fly or change out a battery. And stay away from power lines, dense RF areas (you can't see radio frequency transmissions, so you get to figure out what is/is not an RF-congested area) - especially wifi and power lines). And read the documentation. Several times. And be sure ALL instructions are followed. You get all the liability, expense and responsibility.

Good luck!

Does the dji phantom 2 vision have a rotating camera?

It’s hard to overstate how easy it is to fly the Phantom 2. Once the compass is calibrated, there’s no need to adjust any fiddly trim controls: you just take off and the on-board processors ensure a stable flight, even when it's fairly windy. Only tiny movements on the sticks are needed to move the craft around in the air, allowing amazingly precise flying. New to version 3.0 are upgraded motors and propellers which let you carry more weight than the Phantom 2 V2 without reducing flight time. Also, the updated transmitter has a built in lithium rechargeable battery, so you won’t be burning through AA batteries as with many other quadcopters, and status LEDs show you at a glance how much power is left. This is why it's important to know you're getting a V3 when you're browsing for cheap deals.

Please don't purchase from bangood/ aliexpress/ gearbest or any such sites where they will be shipping it to you from China or any other country, they will sell it for much cheaper cost but it will be stuck with Indian customs, you will never be able to get customs clearance for it, unless you have special permission from DGCA.You can purchase it from Amazon or eBay or even OLX. There are local sellers oh Facebook groups as well.

If you mean radio control range, it depends on a number of factors.   Flat open country (or water) seems to be best, while congested cities worse when it comes to range.   In addition, there have been many Phantom designs, and their range varies a great deal with the design.I can give some approximate ranges for a couple of Phantoms based on what I have read and seen.  Phantom II Vision Plus - Average max range 2500 ft, max range best conditions 5000 ftPhantom III Advance and Pro - Average max range 6000 ft, max range best conditions 20,000 ft.As far as extending range is concerned, I understand beer cans cut in half are a cheap solution.   But I would point out that at least in the United States, you must keep your vehicle in visual range at all time, which is probably 1000-2000 ft.  So pretty much any Phantom can fly to max range without any extension, so extensions would not be of much value.

In RTH mode, it will rise to a certain height (65 feet or so above your Home position) to avoid trees and obstacles before returning home. The current version of the ground station for the Phantom Vision models does not allow adjustment of compass headings. It is assumed that DJI left it out as a marketing decision.  You can pause the missions and take some pics - but I don't think you can control the yaw at that point - you must suspend the mission.NOTE: DJI changes and updates software so it's possible these features will be added.

Dji phantom vision 2 + gimball motor error problem?

Go to DJI's web site in the Support section and ask your question.

If you relay a GPS signal to the Phantom SDK, you don't need to do anything particularly complicated. You simply run a loop telling the quadrotor to go to the position of the GPS device (on the person) plus some offset to avoid collision. However, you have a lot of other safety and practical concerns to address. I suggest a better computation platform for this would be a Raspberry Pi or other platform that can run Android for compatibility with the Phantom SDK.