Wow, this is getting just a bit weird. Apparently, some of you can't find a single thing pertaining to the X5 that isn't subject to ridicule:
Misspelled "Tutorial" in the installation video (this is worthy of a post to point this out ).....
Do you really think sticky tape to attach heels is professional,robust or even the best solution?
The video says it has been removed by user. Does anyone have a new link?
Someone mentioned something about another step to mount the x3 but from this video it looks like it just mounts where the x5 does. Is this correct?Someone at DJI got mad a me for making a little joke out of their mispelling in the original tutorial:
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But DJI fixed it and reposted the corrected version here:
They banned me from a Facebook user group because of the same post in that group, so even though I'm sorry to hear there's no room for jokes, I'm happy to see that DJI follows up. And just to clarify: I'm a big DJI fan and also bought the X5 and looking forward to using it.
what are the "Few more steps to mount the camera before every flight" that you mentioned? To me it looks like once the new mounting plate is on, the camera mounts the same way the x3 did.DJI launched this instruction video of how to mount the X5 to the Inspire 1.
Looks like it will take a few more steps to mount the camera before every flight:
Sensor protection cap removal, lens fitting, lens cap removal, fit balancing ring, fit lens hood - none of these steps are required for the X3.what are the "Few more steps to mount the camera before every flight" that you mentioned? To me it looks like once the new mounting plate is on, the camera mounts the same way the x3 did.
How about the fact that once you add the high heels your inspire will not fit back in the original case!! Hope they offer an updated case for sale.