Same Here, I use DJI for local flying, for true cinematic shots I use Litchi, also like Litchi's Mission Hub for advanced mission planning and fully autonomous flights. Litchi pretty much offers unlimited distance to the extent of battery depletion when flying autonomous.Under Android I have pretty much tried them all. Litchi was the best 3rd party but to be honest, DJI's Go app pretty much does everything now. I would say that Litchi does Waypoints much better but, at least for me, with the increase in flight range, waypoint flight is not needed as much.
Absolutely, especially if you find and use a device that works well with it. I use a newer I Pad Mini 4 and has been flawless with advanced waypoint missions as well as all the photo/video features. Well worth the money!I use Litchi 99.9% of the time on my P3S since it adds features that don't exist on DJI GO. I find the Panorama function and waypoints extremely useful. I know GO can do waypoints but having to fly the route first makes it unusable for me. I would rather plan my route beforehand and tweak it on site.
My Mini 4 is enroute... I've been using the Crystalsky 5.5 and I'm happy with it and GO4, except I'd like a larger screen but since my company wants me to use an Ipad I have decided to try Lichti and probably Autopilot as well. I'm sure I'll use the waypoints in Lichti much more than I ever did in GO, which was once or twice for the novelty of the experience. I really want to be able to set waypoints and then let the machine fly while I fly the camera the way a friend and I do with his Inspire. I suspect I'll eventually buy the 7.85" Crystalsky as well.Absolutely, especially if you find and use a device that works well with it. I use a newer I Pad Mini 4 and has been flawless with advanced waypoint missions as well as all the photo/video features. Well worth the money!