It's not a life I could live, except in idealistic theory, but I'd hate to see it slowly get corrupted by the modern life. More power to them, I say. (But not electric, automotive, nuclear, solar etc, etc)
Dammit, I was waiting for some maths genius to say "well, that object there is a known height 'x' but appears to be this height at angle 'y' so the camera is at height 'z'.
(My sketchy knowledge of what's possible in maths leaves me easily impressed)
Back in the days of film film, the owner of the film had a say in the ownership of the image (at least in the UK). I wonder who would own an image taken on A's camera, by B, onto C's memory card, and maybe edited by D..
Not helping much, am i?
Nothing wrong with hand catching - I've done it from the start. Do as stoneriflefan44 says - hover it just away from you and then approach it (I don't care which direction I approach it from) - DON'T fly out towards your outstretched hand! Then power down.
I also hand launch and have never had...
Ok, definite scam, as if anyone doubted it - the help email address is [email protected], which is odd enough as the address should be @windsel.com, but [email protected] doesn't exist:
BAD windselsales.com does not exist
I used to investigate scams online for years and at first glance the gmail address and recent, 1 year site registration are both red flags. And if others have found identical sites with different addresses, that would seal it. Having said that, most scammers with multiple sites are lazy and copy...
I'm pretty sure (without reading the thread) that the issue will be you. Don't get mad, I don't mean to be rude but every time I've had an issue with Litchi it's turned out to be me. It's a great app but too easy to dive in without reading all the small print. Persevere and you'll be fine.