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Flying DJI Avata Indoors
366 4 9-23 01:03
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TTV-VoidGG_
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Hi, I'm trying to learn how to fly DJI Avata indoors, but I don't know why it keeps on flying in a certain direction.
Am I missing a setting or is it normal, and should I just control it by myself?

I'm using sports mode because I believe the downward-facing sensors are turned off so that I can get close to the ground as much as I can.

9-23 01:03
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sideburn01
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Is it taking on a life of its own and flying forwards and backwards on its own and you can’t control it at all? That’s what lines doing and it slams into the wall. I have to kill the motors as my only way out. Happens when I’m about 1’ off the ground. My floors are smooth concrete. Wondering if that’s related. Good idea on sport mode. I’ll try that. Wondering if it’s my drone or if this is a known issue.
9-25 15:56
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DJI Stephen
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Hello there TTV-VoidGG_. Thank you for reaching out and for giving out these information. Just a friendly reminder that DJI do not recommend flying your DJI Avata indoors as the environment indoors may have interference and caused an incident and also during low light condition as the vision sensors may not work properly. DJI suggest to choose an outdoor open area where the GPS is good, no magnetic interference, to fly the drone and check if all the functions are normal. Thank you and fly safe always.
9-26 22:45
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ascend
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Sadly, I think many would like to fly DJI Avata indoors, for real estate footage- when the indoors is well-lit.  Unfortunately, there is no way to fly Normal/Sport with GPS/sensors *disabled*.
Would DJI consider an update to allow an advanced option for turning off GPS/Avoidance Sensors, but using the Gyro only to assist with balance/leveling?
11-19 20:37
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TTV-VoidGG_
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ascend Posted at 11-19 20:37
Sadly, I think many would like to fly DJI Avata indoors, for real estate footage- when the indoors is well-lit.  Unfortunately, there is no way to fly Normal/Sport with GPS/sensors *disabled*.
Would DJI consider an update to allow an advanced option for turning off GPS/Avoidance Sensors, but using the Gyro only to assist with balance/leveling?

I think the drones position lock should be the thing that needs to be disabled because it’s the one causing the drone to wander by itself.
11-19 20:42
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