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Eachine E58 Waterproofing
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I made the first attempt at waterproofing experimentally  the Eachine E58 so that in the future I can do it in the mavic.
the experiment was successfully crowned. the Eachine E58  works fine so far.



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Montfrooij
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Oops.
I would not try that with my MP
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Montfrooij Posted at 4-17 11:38
Oops.
I would not try that with my MP

ha ha
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Hello and good day integer. Thank you for sharing this very interesting video you have found. Just a friendly reminder that the DJI Mavic Pro is not waterproof. Operating the said drone in water can damage the drone itself. Thank you.
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DJI Stephen Posted at 4-17 11:46
Hello and good day integer. Thank you for sharing this very interesting video you have found. Just a friendly reminder that the DJI Mavic Pro is not waterproof. Operating the said drone in water can damage the drone itself. Thank you.

i know, i  know thank you
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integer Posted at 4-17 11:49
i know, i  know thank you

Hahahahahaha.
Just like you would not
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A J
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Thats impressive
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Bekaru MP UAV
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your video tells an amazing story - I cant wait to fly in the rain..no more excuses
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Very cool
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A J Posted at 4-17 12:57
Thats impressive

Yes indeed A j
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Bekaru MP UAV Posted at 4-17 13:57
your video tells an amazing story - I cant wait to fly in the rain..no more excuses

this is my purpose Bekaru to fly in the rain
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Thank you Woe
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You're welcome.
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Hmmmm I don’t think I would be that brave lol good video though. Thanks for posting.  
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Sayhelloforme Posted at 4-17 20:11
Hmmmm I don’t think I would be that brave lol good video though. Thanks for posting.

it's a little dangerous, I'm not about to put the mavic in the water. i just want the mavic be safe in the rain and the fogge
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integer Posted at 4-17 20:53
it's a little dangerous, I'm not about to put the mavic in the water. i just want the mavic be safe in the rain and the fogge

Well it’s definitely a great idea.
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Cool! Thanks for sharing
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I'd imagine they are two somewhat different machines. The Mavic Pro needs certain heat dissipation areas - which are designed to be exposed to the air and not sealed. Also opening one up voids it for repair if it needed to go back the DJI. That all said nothing ventured nothing gained - 'in the interests of science' etc etc - something worth considering if one's Mavic is basically 'end of line'.
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Lamplighter55 Posted at 4-20 11:38
I'd imagine they are two somewhat different machines. The Mavic Pro needs certain heat dissipation areas - which are designed to be exposed to the air and not sealed. Also opening one up voids it for repair if it needed to go back the DJI. That all said nothing ventured nothing gained - 'in the interests of science' etc etc - something worth considering if one's Mavic is basically 'end of line'.

nothing is sealed with this method. I have opened the mavic many times.I am out of warranty anyway, I do not intend to go the mavic for repair to dji  
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