We recently got a DJI M3E and installed the Capture Pro APK Build A onto the controller. But for some reason the app keeps saying we need a subscription to use it. We already have a perpetual license to Pix4Dmapper, which I would think counts. Its very confusing and frustrating.
Has anyone else run into something like this?
Seems like paying $5000 for mapper isn’t enough, we also have to pay $750 a year for the update package in order to use Capture Pro now.
It doesn’t appear there is a limit to how many drone remotes we can use with one ongoing plan right? We do plan to have 3 of these Mavic 3 Enterprise drones eventually and dont want to be paying 3 subscriptions.
Yes, there is no limit and you can connect three controllers with one subscription as long as you log in on every device with the same account. Just so you know, there is no sync between devices. All missions planned in one device won’t be accessible in another.
This is correct.
It is not possible to fly a Mini 3 Pro with PIX4Dcapture Pro using only Discovery.
Additionally, even with a Professional license, the DJI Mini 3 and DJI Mini 3 Pro only support Grid Mission (Generic) inside the PIX4Dcapture Pro app. These drones don’t support the Terrain Awareness feature either.
It’s a shame that I can no longer use PIX4Dcapture Pro after the test phase. Is it planned to include the Mini 3 Pro in the Discovery? Precisely because it is a consumer drone that allows you to get started with mapping. Not everyone can afford a subscription and would at least be happy about the possibility of collecting data with the drone.
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