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Looking for other sledders that are piloting DRONES while they are out riding.

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I have had the Mavic Pro for about a year now. The 3 biggest things to work around for me in the winter was:

1. Can't fly when it's snowing, would hate to get water into the motors. Also I have heard rumors that if the flakes are big enough they can mess with the flight sensors. Not sure about that but I have had the sun interfere with them during sunrise or sunset type of work.

2. Battery life can be effected if they get to cold. Easy work around is a heated handlebar bag or keep the batteries on an inside pocket.

3. Take offs and landings. You can't take off from the snow as these things kick up a ton of wind (same for sand). I have seen some people carry these large fold-able disks (think tent material) they use. But I just learned to take off and land from the seat of the sled. Lots of practice on this as your handlebars are closer then you think. I also use the truck bed cover as a landing pad in the summer a lot. Makes for a clean surface.


I picked up this case to use with the sled:
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It's one of those hard sided cases and holds only the drone, two extra batteries and the remote. I use some extra bubble wrap inside it to keep everything solid and then just put that into my backpack or tunnel bag as it's a pretty small size. I plan to build a tunnel mount hard case at some point for it that uses the LINQ system but haven't yet as I worry about the shock it would take in that type of case.


Lots to learn but even out of the box they can take some amazing footage for even a rookie like me.



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Mavic Pro this last season for me. Worked well the little I used it. It wasn't too cold probably 20 degrees or so most days. I will say these little guys handle the wind surprisingly well. I would take off from my hand and land there as well.

Also my insurance company offered me full coverage and zero deductible for $38/ year. Makes it a little easier to strap that expensive of a toy onto my tunnel.
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I have had the Mavic Pro for about a year now.

1. Can't fly when it's snowing, would hate to get water into the motors. Also I have heard rumors that if the flakes are big enough they can mess with the flight sensors. Not sure about that but I have had the sun interfere with them during sunrise or sunset type of work.
That is something i had NOT heard thus far.
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Flying a Drone in Winter: 5 Things You Must Know


Winter drone flying can sometimes be challenging in extreme conditions. Low temperatures can impact flight performance, and weather can be unpredictable. It’s possible that you will encounter rain, fog, or snow during flight. So how can you have a safe flight and capture great shots during the winter months? Here are some safety and camera
settings tips to keep in mind when flying your drone during winter.




Battery

Like many of the latest portable devices, DJI drones use Lithium Polymer (LiPo) batteries. Cold temperatures can put your batteries out of their comfort zone, decreasing the chemical activity within batteries. Follow the tips below to ensure a safe flight:
  • Only use fully charged batteries.
  • Pre-heat your battery to 20°C (68°F) or more. You can check the battery temperature in DJI GO. Use a Battery Heater if one is available for your product.
  • Hover for about a minute to allow the battery to warm up.
  • Only push the control sticks gently to prevent any battery voltage drops.
  • Batteries drain faster in cold temperatures. Always check your drone’s battery status during flight.


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Reduced visibility and the moisture of snow can be the hidden dangers behind shooting spectacular winter scenery. It’s essential to take the right precautions:
  • Before flying your drone, check the weather conditions. Avoid strong wind, rain, and snow.
  • Do not fly in temperatures below 0°C (32°F).
  • Avoid contact with snow. Moisture can damage the motors. It’s recommended to use a landing pad for taking off and landing your drone.
  • Ensure that the GPS signal is strong.


Stay Warm


Ever experienced your mobile device unexpectedly shutting down from the cold? As explained at the beginning, cold temperatures can shorten a LiPo battery’s life. So while taking good care of your Intelligent Flight Batteries, don’t forget to keep your mobile device warm. Additionally, watch out for frostbite. Operating a remote controller with numb hands is dangerous. It’s a good idea wear gloves when flying outdoors during winter months.

Camera Settings – Exposure and White Balance


To capture the beauty of snow, you need to manually set camera exposure and white balance. Shooting in Auto mode can result in dark images. This is because the camera’s exposure system can sometimes underexpose snow, tricked by its brightness. By adding additional stops, you will slightly overexpose your photos but get the right compensation for snow shots. Similarly, you need to adjust the white balance accordingly to get the right color balance of the snowy landscape. Otherwise, the snow may look grey.



Storage


If your drone is idle for a long time, its performance might be affected. Storing it properly is key to a safe flight. Make sure to:
  • Fully charge and discharge the battery once every three months to maintain battery health.
  • Remove the propellers and attach the gimbal clamp when storing your drone.
  • Store your drone in a dry, non-magnetic place at around 25°C (77°F).
Ready to capture a winter wonderland with your drone? Have fun with your winter flying and don’t forget to share your photos with us on our
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I've had my DJI phantom 3 for almost 3 years now, but this Feb in Tog was the first time I tried it in the winter. It was no more than 20deg and snowing lightly and had no problems. I think the key to making them work in the winter is keeping the batteries and tablet warm before using.

A Mavic would be much better than mine for transport since my hard case pack is bigger than my avy bag and I wore it on my front on the trail up, took some footage, then dumped it in the woods till the end of the day. A smaller unit like a Mavic would allow it to fit in an avy bag and be used at any point during the day when conditions are the best.

If you watch the end, I even hit a tree and it survived!

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Mavic Pro this last season for me. Worked well the little I used it. It wasn't too cold probably 20 degrees or so most days. I will say these little guys handle the wind surprisingly well. I would take off from my hand and land there as well.

Also my insurance company offered me full coverage and zero deductible for $38/ year. Makes it a little easier to strap that expensive of a toy onto my tunnel.
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I've had my DJI phantom 3 for almost 3 years now, but this Feb in Tog was the first time I tried it in the winter. It was no more than 20deg and snowing lightly and had no problems. I think the key to making them work in the winter is keeping the batteries and tablet warm before using.

A Mavic would be much better than mine for transport since my hard case pack is bigger than my avy bag and I wore it on my front on the trail up, took some footage, then dumped it in the woods till the end of the day. A smaller unit like a Mavic would allow it to fit in an avy bag and be used at any point during the day when conditions are the best.

If you watch the end, I even hit a tree and it survived!

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Was that tree you hit that short of bark before or after you hit it! Ha! Awesome video!
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Custom Iris + in a waterproof aquacopter chassis, even in the waterproof chassis it still sweats a little inside from control board heat and cold outside.
Have to leave batteries for both quad and cameras(three hero 3’s) in my pouch with mandwarmers in it or they die quick. If I put a hothands under the lipo pack in the quad it will last full flight time(22 min).
Buddy has run his mavic pro a couple times and gets low flight time without heat packs(10-12 min).Doesnt seem to have any issues with lightsnow yet.
Not sure how else to get rid of cold drain. Enough room on most rear tunnels to take off from.

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