"DJI's drones take Facebook Live in a new direction: Up"
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DJI's drones take Facebook Live in a new direction: Up
In my hand recording the video is the DJI Phantom 4. Testing out the new Facebook Live integration.
So I figured we'd go out and take a quick flight and let you see how it works.
All right, just gonna put this down and take off.
So all the audio is being recorded through the iPhone that's attached to the CGI controller.
Only about 70 feet right now, gonna go up a little bit higher.
It's the DGI phantom four i'm flying right here.
So, just hovering for a second.
All right, that's at about 200 feet.
So You look out straight the very cloudy foggy New York City.
And just keeps spinning.
The limit where [INAUDIBLE]
is gonna be 400 feet.
I'm just gonna keep it at 200 for now.
Yeah, cuz it looks like it might rain again.
I'm gonna bring it back down.
Go a little lower and fly over some water here.
I'm taking it nice and slow today just because I'd rather not crash on a live video stream on Facebook.
I would hope you'd make fun of me if I crashed, yeah.
It does have the obstacle avoidance in it though, so hopefully won't have too many problems.
Flight time is about 20 minutes.
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