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Image out of focus

Post by rifee » 19 Nov 2018, 19:38

Here's the issue i have Bebop drone , since yesterday drone's camera seems out of focus even on live feed it does not focus on any object and get blur .
# i have tried even after reset the drone but no effect.
# there's no visible damage on lance.
# i have removed the camera and reattached . still same
# i'm using FreeFlight Pro, current Software version is 4.0.6

i've attached an image , please check

please help to fix this issue
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Re: Image out of focus

Post by AR.Tommy » 20 Nov 2018, 08:18

Hello and welcome to the board,

did you crash recently? It is very likely caused by a "loose" camera lense. Either it is too far or too near to the camera.
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Re: Image out of focus

Post by waterlanding » 20 Nov 2018, 13:35

What was the temperature when you were flying?

One of the more common (non catastrophic) causes of out-of-focus is flying in cold weather. The Bebop 1 and 2 are rated for a minimum of 10 degrees Celsius. Any colder than that and you'll start loosing focus. And keep in mind the higher you go the colder it gets. 10 deg on the ground might mean 0 at altitude. 0 degrees might turn into -10 at altitude. Your camera will de-focus at temps that cold.

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Re: Image out of focus

Post by rifee » 21 Nov 2018, 09:18

AR.Tommy wrote:
20 Nov 2018, 08:18
Hello and welcome to the board,

did you crash recently? It is very likely caused by a "loose" camera lense. Either it is too far or too near to the camera.

yes . was testing indoor with PROTECTOR GUARD and had fell down on my bed . i i thought about that . so i did check for loose camera lance, it was pretty tight .
i was thinking to downgrade firmware . where can i find firmware's
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Re: Image out of focus

Post by rifee » 21 Nov 2018, 09:20

waterlanding wrote:
20 Nov 2018, 13:35
What was the temperature when you were flying?

One of the more common (non catastrophic) causes of out-of-focus is flying in cold weather. The Bebop 1 and 2 are rated for a minimum of 10 degrees Celsius. Any colder than that and you'll start loosing focus. And keep in mind the higher you go the colder it gets. 10 deg on the ground might mean 0 at altitude. 0 degrees might turn into -10 at altitude. Your camera will de-focus at temps that cold.
it was just a normal day. 30 °C | °F , something i guess .

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