Mini usb plug on side of gimbal?

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You can use a micro USB cable to transfer data to/from your memory card.
 
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Thanks, I have been using the DJIGO app, but it would be nice to download into the laptop
 

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Is the easiest way Tim or just get a card reader and remove the sd card from the camera . I do it from the gimbal though as my fingers are big and have a hard time getting the card out . I and that's just me reformat my card in the app every time I record and remove it from the card .
Might not be what ya suppose to do but that's what I do . Have always read never to reformat from anything else so I haven't .
 
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I tryed a card reader after my first flight, I think it reformatted.. It's hiding in my laptop now, can't retrieve.
 
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I also use a USB card reader, and if I record or take pics during a flight, I always transfer it to my HTPC and format the card to start fresh.......
 

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I prefer to use a card reader and remove the SD card from the aircraft but just a couple of weeks ago I read of a few people who have had the "card spring" fail on the SD slot in the gimbal which would SUCK! Since reading those I just connect the cord to the USB slot and do a transfer each day. Better safe than sorry.
 

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