Read through this thread for more background info:We would like to hear something about how this happened?
If able, would you mind sending us some flight logs? These generally provide a lot of information and hopefully we can find your bird. Based off the information you provided, I'm in the assumption that your controller and mobile device maintained a stable connection throughout the duration of the flight, despite the loss of control. Good news, if this is the case, we should be able to get the coordinates of the drone's last known location (which is hopefully where it ended up). Cheers mate and best of luck!Lost a phantom 3 standard in bacup rossendale uk it got my op number on it in black and yellow above The battery would be very happy and grateful for its return
Will compensate the finder
Obviously, just ensure that you follow CDC guidelines. The less your drone experiences Mother Earth, the better it is for you and the AC. Cheers.Hi
No in a blind panic I tried to force a RTH by switching off the power to the transmitter ( this was based on owning a p1 and on that to force a RTH you did kill the power to the tx )
So its just a case of finding the needle in the haystack and as we are currently locked down with the corona crisis I've not had much of a chance to even look