Last weekend I was flying a mission in the foothills of California when my Phantom 3 Pro looked like it got shot. It did a couple of flips, i thought it going to tumble out of the sky and CRASH. it was about 200 - 300 feet above a saddle between two hills. It started falling then flattened out and ended up doing a controlled landing, after going out of sight behind trees at the top of the hill. I was able to recover the drone mines the camera, it sheared off on hard touchdown, still transmitting it location. . . . .upside down. I think I hit a wind shear updraft.
Does DD shut down the drone when it encounter something like
this? The flight logs are extremely important ! . . I am now extremely upset that that data is not available. I would like to know what happened to my drone.
The track that is recorded on the screen while flying that needs to be saved also. Being able to
pull GPS coordinates off the screen is also essential in recovering a down aircraft.
Is there software out there to replay the FLYxxx.DAT located in the drone, file out there?