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Does the P4P have OcuSync
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fredz
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So this is very unclear. P4P has same distances as Mavic, but is said to use Lightbridge and not OcuSync as the Mavic.
Some say it has OcuSync, others say it doesn't. Can DJI shed some light on this please?
The fact that it uses 2.4/5.8 and the Mavic only uses 2.4 makes it even more unclear.
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leostark
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it's probably not OccuSync, at least that's what I hear
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I think the p4 pro uses a modified version of lightbridge 2.
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The fact that it uses 2.4/5.8 and the Mavic only uses 2.4 should make it clear.
They are different.

Ocusynch is designed to give a good experience with the new goggles coming out.
Lightbridge will give a better display for photography with a quality camera.
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Lightbridge has nothing to do with photography. The photos are taken on the SD, and Lightbridge or OcuSync only do the transfer of data and controls from the RC to the bird.
And the fact that it uses 2.4/5.8 instead of 2.4 only doesn't mean it cannot be modified OcuSync version.
But it's probably a new LB2 version indeed.
Would be cool if DJI replied!
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fredz Posted at 2016-11-16 23:47
Lightbridge has nothing to do with photography. The photos are taken on the SD, and Lightbridge or O ...

Of course it has nothing to do with photography.
I'm well aware of how photography with Phantom works.
You didn't understand my comment.
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