DJI CP.SB.000129 Spreading Wings S1000+ Camera Accessories (Black)
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- Large Carrying Capacity, Strong and Stable
- Highly Portable, with Foldable Arms
- New Power Distribution System
- Removable Upper Center Board
- Spark proof Plug
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The S1000+ puts DJI’s latest professional-line technology into our most advanced octocopter to date. Free yourself from weight limits and fly with heavy DSLR cameras such as the 5D Mark III with the advanced eight-rotor propulsion system of the S1000+. The S1000+’s arms and landing gear are made of sturdy carbon fiber, giving remarkable stability and strength. You’re flying in a variety of flight conditions with confidence, knowing your gear is safe. With arms that fold in to save space, the S1000+ is built to be taken wherever you need to go. Then when you want to fly, you are ready to start shooting in just a few minutes.
Top Customer Reviews
The S1000+ is a technical marvel.
When flown manually, it is easy to use and so far, quite reliable. It has enough power to lift a real camera, and the gimbal keeps the camera steady and stable, regardless of what the S1000+ is doing.
I use a Sony A6000 camera, and everything works as advertised when flown manually. Still images, steady video, everything great.
Once you try to use any of the autonomous modes with the PC Ground Station, everything goes downhill.
Setting up the planned route for an ortho-imagery mission is straightforward, as is downloading the mission to the S1000+ and flying the mission, all the way to a soft landing at the end.
No amount of studying, tinkering, cussing, or witchcraft on my part has resulted in any images being taken.
There are several boxes with settings and numbers that seem like they might relate to taking images, but in the Ground Station manual the setting are listed with little or any explanation as to how they work or what is required.
EMails to DJI requesting assistance usually go unanswered, and when they do come back they contain broken-English think-speak suggestions that essentially equate to the ubiquitous "Reboot" given out by American computer companies. One email request came back with a broken-English denial that the software was even a DJI product, and as such there would be no post purchase support.
In order to collect the GPS coordinates of where images are taken, you need an IOSD MKII, which I have. However, in November DJI released a firmware version of the IOSD MK II that caused the unit to write files that cannot be read by the software that either views or exports the information collected by the IOSD unit.
After several weeks of searching and asking, it turns out that DJI knew the firmware cased the software to stop working shortly after it was released, and even had a version of the software that worked post firmware upgrade, but never released it.
If you keep asking questions to DJI, eventually they just stop responding at all.
DJI supports a Forum which is frequented by other users having the same kinds of problems and having the same kinds of results
I know realize I have wasted close to $15,000.