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  1. Gyro108

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  2. Cristian

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    Just saw this and was hoping someone had shared.
     
  3. yufasa

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    Hmmm, I guess that as an engineer I expect the battery to fit flush and therefore had no problem shoving it in all the way but I can see someone being scared of pushing it past the threshold where the battery latch engage.
     
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  4. sdharris

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    I wouldn't do the lift the catch method he first demonstrated, I would slam that blighter home DJI Phantom style as batteries falling out of Phantoms are always all over forums when a model is first launched. If you don't hear a good clunk don't fly it.
     
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  6. yufasa

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    Manuals? Who read manuals? :)
     
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    We Phantom owners had this crammed into our heads early on!