I hope you are able to retrieve it
@SwiftyNI I owe you an apology., this was taken where it seems, I was looking at the grey roofed building further towards the piers & couldn't match it with the point of view of your image across the lake.The buildings in the first picture are set a lot further back than it seems! There's a road + park between them and the lake. I can assure that's the correct place I watched the anafi go down.. still haunts me to think about the tremendous splash it made in the calm waters
i've attached couple more pictures highlighting the same building from different perspectives. perhaps this may show clearer locations?
Title says it all folks...
**Drone was not retrieved, although my step-mother insisted on jumping into the freezing lake to poke around for it *see attached photo :')
Probably a motor failure and the Anafi decided to shut down. Good luck with your search - I think it would definitely help with your warranty claim.I'm not 100% but i think it span a bit and then plummeted.. Flights recorded on FF6 are 130 although probably 80-90 of these are tests or silly flights for seconds at most. I guess if they want photos of yours they'll want some of mine! better get diving soon then since my flight home is on Sunday morning hahaha
Would do if I had thought of that a while ago! I'm a few hundred miles away from the Anafi now and pretty deep into the replacement process with parrot so it might be a bit pointless now. Maybe somebody will find it in 100 years and put it in a museum!Maybe pick up a really cheap gopro clone with a waterproof housing and hook it onto a fishing pole to see if you can see anything? Might need to use a light on it too.
If you had thrown your Skycontroller into the lake instead of your Anafi then I would be interested.I have a whole plethora of parts and such that I'm willing to sell if anyone is interested (2 batteries, battery charger, skycontroller 3 if it's any use to anyone, spare props, tablet mounts and some other unused bits and bobs that might come in handy). If anyone's got any tips as for what to do next they'd be greatly appreciated.