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Can you charge the DJI Spark while its flying? When my Spark arrives i will test it by strapping a lightweght powerbank to it and putting a cable there. And also, would it decrease or increase the flight time depending on how muc the Spark can lift.
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http://forum.dji.com/thread-101158-1-1.html
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No, you can not charge the Spark while it is flying.  You need to make sure the battery is charged before flight.  Furthermore, if you attach anything to the Spark while it is flying it is going to decrease the flight time because of the extra weight.  Additionally, it will make it unstable putting it at risk for a diseaster that could damage the Spark or worse...injure someone.
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I suppose you could try it on the ground without flying just start it up and plug in leave it sitting there with props on.motors running.
If your thinking of flying problems compass you would have to calibrate with extra charger on craft, you have very little room on top of AC so you would almost certainly blocking gps also balance of AC and payload need to be considered.
But it is your AC and you can do with it what you want. But is it worth it.
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hallmark007 Posted at 2017-6-26 07:32
I suppose you could try it on the ground without flying just start it up and plug in leave it sitting there with props on.motors running.
If your thinking of flying problems compass you would have to calibrate with extra charger on craft, you have very little room on top of AC so you would almost certainly blocking gps also balance of AC and payload need to be considered.
But it is your AC and you can do with it what you want. But is it worth it.

You are reading the answers?
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Dirk52 Posted at 2017-6-26 07:45
You are reading the answers?

I was ,obviously you were not. Question was can you charge Spark while flying, you just gave a link to a thread for charging while getting ready to fly.
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hallmark007 Posted at 2017-6-26 07:46
I was ,obviously you were not. Question was can you charge Spark while flying, you just gave a link to a thread for charging while getting ready to fly.

You should read all answers in the linked thread ^^
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Dirk52 Posted at 2017-6-26 07:48
You should read all answers in the linked thread ^^

Your trolling again, last time I point this out to you.
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hallmark007 Posted at 2017-6-26 07:54
Your trolling again, last time I point this out to you.

Read the last post!
USB error. No lift off possible.

You are trolling with your unknowingness.
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Please - shoot video of this attempt for the inevitable roasting it will generate.
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hallmark007 Posted at 2017-6-26 07:54
Your trolling again, last time I point this out to you.

Hello? Still there? You are so quiet. You have read it? Right?
If not, just for the direct link to the error message...
Don't call others a Troll if you have no clue what you are talking about.
http://forum.dji.com/forum.php?m ... TAxMTU4¬humb=yes

I "love" people which are not able to say " I was wrong".
Maybe you will learn it ;)
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Dirk52 Posted at 2017-6-26 09:08
Hello? Still there? You are so quiet. You have read it? Right?
If not, just for the direct link to the error message...
Don't call others a Troll if you have no clue what you are talking about.

https://forum.dji.com/forum.php? ... &fromuid=260008

People in glass houses and all that. Time for you to go away now.
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hallmark007 Posted at 2017-6-26 09:44
https://forum.dji.com/forum.php?mod=redirect&goto=findpost&ptid=101685&pid=843319&fromuid=260008

People in glass houses and all that. Time for you to go away now.

That wasn't a wrong inforamtion at all.
With the stock settings from the fw the distance must be >20m.
But your reaction is typical for an all-wise guy.

And you are still not saying that you are wrong?

Time to go? No, who will show up your wrong informations? I am staying ;-)
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Dirk52 Posted at 2017-6-26 09:57
That wasn't a wrong inforamtion at all.
With the stock settings from the fw the distance must be >20m.
But your reaction is typical for an all-wise guy.

Your hijacking this thread with your trolling if you have a problem with me you have the option to PM.
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hallmark007 Posted at 2017-6-26 10:06
Your hijacking this thread with your trolling if you have a problem with me you have the option to PM.

I don't want to pm with you, just stop talking like you are the best and dont be so condescending. Don't call others a troll and admit your wrong informations. Do yourself a favor and everything is fine.
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Dirk52 Posted at 2017-6-26 10:25
I don't want to pm with you, just stop talking like you are the best and dont be so condescending. Don't call others a troll and admit your wrong informations. Do yourself a favor and everything is fine.


Continually telling others to read the manual is not condescending? It's your favourite answer.
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hallmark007 Posted at 2017-6-26 10:30
Continually telling others to read the manual is not condescending? It's your favourite answer.

It is a well-intentioned advice. And at least it is not wrong like most of your answers
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