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lunedì 25 marzo 2019 23:00:57

Advisable to fly in snow?

one month ago
#554 Cita
It is snowing in free netflix the UK (not sure if you heard) and netflix free trial I want to get some shots of the snow but it is still snowing, all be it rather lightly. upcoming movies Will the snow damage it or is it ok to fly?

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one month ago
#587 Cita
I’m flying my Mavic Pro on the Swiss Alps since nearly 2 years. I did several flights in the night when it was snowing because of the fantastic soft ambience and smooth streets lights. After each flight (about 15-20 minutes) the top of my Mavic was always completely covered by snow, but I’ve never had problems. After the flight I suggest to turn it off as soon as possible and take out the battery. The most important thing is to dry it with a towel and leave the bird in a warm place for several hours to let it dry completely.
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one month ago
#593 Cita
I live in the butt hole of the world here in western NY near chautauqua lake. It sucks here! If you didn't fly in the snow, you would never fly.... or so it seems. So to answer your question yes... do it!
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one month ago
#613 Cita
You guys are hard core, i would never fly when its actually snowing, its just frozen water and that stuff could get into the open top motors.

Its fine to fly once the snow has stopped, just make sure the battery is warm before you take off or it could go into under temp shutdown mode and just power off.

Ive flown a distance in minus degree temps with a extremely low cloud base just after snow has stopped and seen ice forming on the arms and drone body, but as long as the battery is warm, youre OK.
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