Could be that the so called delay was because they needed to do a firmware so people didn't need to do it out of the box. Nothing like hearing that we still have to update **** near immediately. Oh and I get to call to have them repair my ST-16 since it arrived with the rattling fans as well. I love mine and know it will all get corrected but after this initial release fiasco, then yes I feel complaints about inexcusable issues missed in QA are more than acceptable.Wow.this is amazing. We have pushed and pushed for them to release the H, now we ***** because it's not perfect. Give them some time. They WILL come out with fixes. Cheezze.i am enjoying flying the heck outta mine
Thanks for the tip.think i figured it out with your help. so you need that green light on the camera for it to work. if it doesn't than reboot the drone. From there if taking some time go into camera settings and click refresh. Immediately go back to home screen and it connects haven't had any issuesTurn on the ST16. When you see the words "YUNEEC", turn on the "H". By the time the "H" boots up the ST16 will already be searching for it. Look at the left side of the camera (from the front), the light will be red. If the light does not turn to a solid green within 1 minute, then repeat the entire process. Waiting any longer is just wasting battery flight time power. This is something I'm sure Yuneec will address over the coming months.
FOOD FOR THOUGHT: I have not tried this on the Typhoon, as mine is in the shop for repairs/replacement, but when I owned a DJI Phantom Standard (the WiFi version), it sometimes had similar connection camera problems. The issue was that the controller was either too close to the Phantom or that there was interference causing errors in handshaking, thus causing the connection to recycle over and over. The fix was just to restart the process but stand in a different location from the Phantom. This could be the same problem with the Typhoon, but as noted, I can't test it at the moment.