Number one tip: |
Be aware that if the Inspire 2 gets within 20m of you* while flying low it will automatically enter landing mode, it will turn off all collision avoidance, and lower the legs. It will stay in this mode even if you hadn't noticed this (because you were adjusting the camera settings) and then send it a long way down a field.
I found this out to my cost. I tried to film a shot as the drone flew back at a constant height low across the field towards me and it just clipped the ground and flipped (the field slopes slightly uphill and without collision avoidance it just kept at a constant altitude, not height above the ground).
So best not to fly low, even over an empty field, just in case! That was seven weeks ago and DJI still hasn't sorted it out properly (even with DJI Care Refresh) very sad
Note to DJI: please add a continuous audible warning on the remote when in landing mode, and secondly automatically come out of landing mode when the drone is moving fast a long way away!
*well the home point which is typically a similar location to you!