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Flying the Spark using DJI Goggles in place of phone

Fred Sheldon

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A short test of my first use of the Goggles to fly the Spark. I connected the Goggles using the USB port out of the RC to the Goggles' USB port. Seems to work great, no lag. Will be giving it a longer workout tomorrow.
 

David Almond

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Fred, have you flown with Goggles before? I have not and am a little hesitant to pull the trigger. Do you need a spotter to fly?
 

Hazard2469

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Fred, have you flown with Goggles before? I have not and am a little hesitant to pull the trigger. Do you need a spotter to fly?
Im gunna use a samsung 360 cam and set it next to me. Have someone (s) remote accessing it.
Im excited for Zparky's Future as an advertiser.
 

Jeffrey Journey

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Fred,
I too have recently received the spark and goggles and was wanting to know the power-up and connection sequence you use for the RC, Spark and Goggles...Thanks...Jeff
 

Fred Sheldon

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Im gunna use a samsung 360 cam and set it next to me. Have someone (s) remote accessing it.
Im excited for Zparky's Future as an advertiser.
By law in the US, the pilot must have line of sight of the drone. My plan is to use the goggles where there is no possible danger to others or property and for an observer to use while the pilot uses his phone or CrystalSky device.
 

Falk Lumo

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The law in Germany is that FPV requires a spotter for crafts above 250g.
That's a real reason to dislike DJI to make the Spark 50g overweight ...
 

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