Thanks for this! I guess the pause helps, this is what people were showing. Maybe it ensures a non-blurry image of the landing area that is taken by the Spark when you pause a second or two. It's a pretty amazing feat how accurate it is after being out flying in different modes and locations to be able to autonomously return and land on target. I always grin in appreciation when it's landing and see the "Precision Landing" notification on the screenThis feature is called Precision Landing. The manual says that the aircraft must take off vertically to a min. altitude of 7m for this feature to come into effect at the time of RTH. However, the manual doesn't mention that a pause is required to map the terrain underneath.
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