nice but, the #1 thing is not mentioned, the yaw fix/issue.
I'd like to see something done about the video signal interference. I'm not sure if this is something that could be done in a firmware update but on whole the stability of the video feed is nowhere near as stable as a DJI when flying in suburban areas.
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OBTW....... for us Americans, 3.6m/s in just over 11 fpsA few more hints of whats in the new firmware.
* If the battery is warm, the pre-heat time is near 0 and takeoff can be immediate
* Compass calibration requires GPS
* 1-touch takeoff == 1m
* Max descent speed 3.6m/s
* 99 waypoints per mission
* Pause button works for RTH
* WP altitude override using left stick, rotate during flight. Change speed and reverse mission back 1 point. Release stick and speed reverts to configured speed (comments; should speed remain at changed speed or revert?)
* Hover accuracy has been greatly improved
* Full stick down landing supported
* StarPoint active when UAV is lower than 4m, GPS+Starlink above 4m
* Orbit is radius aware - slower speeds when smaller radius, higher when larger radius.
* Orbit speed can be controlled with stick. Move stick to change speed or direction. Release stick and speed reverts to original speed (question: should speed revert or should speed remain at the new speed)
* RTH behavior: 10m or less, land in place. 10.1 - 50m, fly at 30m or current altitude (whichever is greater) and land. > 50m, raise to RTH altitude and land
10m or less, is a land-in-place. 10.1 - 50, the UAV will use the greater of 30m or current altitude and fly home (ignore RTH altitude). 50.1 and greater, UAV will use the greater of RTH altitude or current UAV altitude and fly home.
The reason that 10.1 - 50 does not raise to altitude is because the UAV would be line-of-sight and shouldn't need to raise. "