A short film I created while road tripping through British Columbia, Alberta and the Rocky Mountains (Canada) with my wife Cara.
Client: Empire Communities
Cinematic video tour coming soon
A series of seven video tours created for John Boddy Homes in Ajax, ON which take viewers through their current project, "Eagle Woods". Check out three of the videos below. See more at http://johnboddyhomes.com/
With over a million dollars spent in decor alone, the 55th floor penthouse suite at Trump Residences Toronto® is truly a remarkable sight to see.
The residence boasts an incredible 4300 sq. ft. in living space. The great room is a staggering 37' x 37'--much larger than the majority of rooms found in any detached home. This condo really has it all, along with unmatched panoramic views of the entire downtown core and greater Toronto area.
Photographing and filming this space was a great privilege, check out some of my work below.
Client: Trump Toronto
This work also appeared in Tower Trip Magazine
Client: Montana Labelle
Video Tours: coming soon.
That being said, I've read on some forums that discharging the battery below 50% is not necessary and could cause damage to the battery. Also, given that the new firmware update automatically discharges a battery to ~50%, we can only assume that ~50% must be the proper discharge level.
As per the DJI Wiki Correct Battery Usage Notes:
Another thing you might be wondering is what do the Phantom 2 Battery LED indicators mean? See table below:
If you're like me, you've been searching the web looking for answers to this question.
Apparently there is a new firmware update available for the Phantom 2 "Smart" battery which will allow the battery to automatically begin a discharging process after 10 days without use. (FYI, the battery takes roughly 2 days to automatically discharge this way, and will discharge itself to about 50% power. Also any time the battery button is pressed, the 10 day countdown refreshes again.).
However, that being said, some people have said that DJI recalled this firmware update, so personally speaking I don't trust this as a viable solution.
So, what to do? As with all things DJI, since their customer service is so brutal all you can really do is scour the internet and be your own source of tech support. I discovered this helpful post in one of the forums. See answer below: