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Once you got it focused, it looks really nice! Well done! I am just glad that my stock lens does it's job just fine!
is hard to do it?
Not to difficult,Plenty of how too videos. But it voids your warranty, wait till it's 6 mos old!
im sure the warranty in the UK is 12 months so if you are from the UK obviously take this into consideration.
Six in the USA, why would anywhere else be longer? Makes no sense! Since they are made in China not UK or US
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ive just rechecked the UK site ,it clearly states 12 months.
it does seem strange you guys over the pond only get 6 though :/
because you guys always get any new drones months late lol
I don't believe it's something to do with Yuneec. They just follow the trend. We have 12 month as well in Australia not because we are treated differently but I think because the law says so.
I could be wrong.
DJI has 12 months everywhere, odd to have difference by Yuneec? Boggles me' mind!
We pay more for most goods in the UK to cover cost of customers "Not fit for Purpose" rights. We can send it back if the goods are not as described.
In certain cases it can go beyond the 12 months manufacturers warranty under UK regulations.
Technically the h may have a 6 year warranty in Europe due to fit for purpose European law. I forget exact law or act name but I claimed a TV on it years back at 5 years old.
Would need to read the small print but I know people who have claimed for Diamond falling out of rings and getting the ring replaced, TV, xbox etc
in Poland is 24 months responsibility from seller when something goes wrong
Here in Australia "Consumer Law" says that while the importer/distributer may give products 12 months warranty, you would expect that if it did fail after this time that as you have invested in a product it should be fit for purpose for longer than this. It is a grey area and you will get longer than 12 months here on nearly any major purchase. But please note this is against manufactures defects, not damage from misuse/crashes because you flew into something etc!
I have the Peau lens, I have been very very close to getting it right. Any insight as to the approach you used for such an outstanding result?
2 year warranty in Europe, by European law, and the customer still has some rights after that period, as said by Raptorheli. I don't know how they can only offer 12 months in the UK.
Put the H on a table with a clear (non window) view outside for at least 100 yards or more. Start the H and controller as usual. Get an HDMI cable and plug it into the top of the ST16 controller. Run that cable to a high quality HDMI TV or HDMI LARGE monitor. On the transmitter in the pad menu, activate (turn on) the zoom feature. It is off as a default This will let you zoom to 200 or more percent of the screen and aid in critical focus. Take a little tab of paint or silver magic marker and put a small dot on the lens housing and the outer ring of the lens. This allows a visual on the lens to see your progression. Now start focusing, go past the place where it gets stightly blurry on each end of the opposite rotation. Eventually you will be able to feel and see exactly where the lens needs to be. Remember that at this extreme zoom it will be pixelated and not super clear to your eye. Just make the focus sharp as you can and when you go back to normal view it will be sharp. Now take a very small spot of silicone seal and place it on the lens and body meet to hold it tight. It worked really well for my stock lens. My stock lens initially appeared to be slightly out of focus. By refocusing I solved my issues with my camera and lens.
I didn't expect such a great, step by step response. I cannot thank you enough for your time and consideration.
Glad to help and good luck.