Flying in Cold Weather (Tip)

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Check out the video below to see the Phantom 4 Pro in - 6 degrees wind chill with 20 mph winds.
We have reports of clients in Alaska flying in - 24 degrees with the Wet Suits . ( sealing up that battery was key and the Neoprene is Closed Cell so it does keep the entire drone warmer.


The very best tip we can give you is to seal the battery using the Phantom Rain Wet Suit .
The reason for this is that cold air gets inside that battery if does not have the Phantom Rain Wet Suit sealing it.
That cold air kills the battery very quickly but once you have that air tight seal, You now have the confidence to fly in the cold ,

You might notice how the new Camera Cap is keeping the Lens clear. Estimated total time flying 2 hours . Visibility was about 100 Ft , had two spotters




 

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