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EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN.
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WRA!TH
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Flight distance : 12175 ft
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Dji drones have an emergency shutdown. has anyone here ever had to use it mid flight and if so what was the result of the sudden stop when the drone hit the ground. i have seen the setting for it and it has always made me curious if anyone has had a genuine reason for use.
1-23 22:16
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Archangel3356
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Flight distance : 4655896 ft
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Never used it myself. Sudden stops and long falls will probably result in a broken drone. You can shut off that command on the Phantoms and the Mavic 2 gives you an option to shut down only if the drone hits something is my understanding.
1-25 06:44
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DAFlys
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Flight distance : 826070 ft
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Never used it,  but I would if I had a flyaway that was going to hit something like a hot air ballon or helicopter etc.
1-27 05:28
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DJI Paladin
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Hi. Thank you for reaching out and for the inquiry. Stopping the motors of the DJI Mavic Mini in mid-flight will cause the aircraft to crash. The motors should only be stopped mid-flight in an emergency situation such as if there is a collision, a motor has stalled, the aircraft is rolling in the air, or the aircraft is out of control and is ascending/descending very quickly. To stop the motors mid-flight, use the Control Stick Command ( CSC ). Thank you.
1-27 14:02
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WRATH
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yeah i was more wondering if anyone had used it.
2-1 20:50
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DJI Stephen
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Hello and good day WRATH. Thank you for the additional information you have shared. If you have any other inquiries or concerns with DJI. Please feel free to post it here at DJI Forum. We are all here to help and support you.
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