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Sure, here are some troubleshooting steps you can try:
Test the battery: Use a multimeter to test the voltage of the battery to ensure that it is actually providing the proper voltage. If the battery is not providing the proper voltage, it may need to be replaced.
Check the power button: If the power button is stuck or not functioning properly, it could prevent the camera from powering on. Check the power button to ensure that it is working correctly.
Inspect the circuit board: If the camera has been dropped or otherwise damaged, it's possible that there is a problem with the circuit board. Inspect the board for any signs of damage or loose connections.
Update firmware: Check if the camera has firmware updates available, and if so, update the firmware as this could solve the issue.
Replace components: If none of the above steps work, it may be necessary to replace the camera's power supply or other internal components. .
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There are several drones available on the various sites of Internet. You can check the reviews provided on it's sites.
I can suggest you certain names of some drones which can reach more then 2000 m.
1. DJI Inspire 2
2. DJI Phantom 4 Pro
3. DJI Mavic Pro
4. Autel X-Star
5. DJI Phantom 3 Pro
6. Parrot Bebop 2
Try the following:
1. Ensure the batteries are indeed, charged. Sometimes even new ones are bad.
2. Ensure battery polarity is observed when loading batteries.
3. Make sure the flash ON/OFF switch is not loose or damaged.
4. With the flash mounted on your camera and the power switch to ON, try resetting the camera to factory default settings. This MIGHT clear any errors and allow the flash to work.
I had a similar problem with this camera. although its likely you have damaged the camera (seek repair from authorised Samsung dealer. should have a 1 year warranty - although you may not be able to claim accidental damage) there is always a chance the batteries are stuffed. i spent hours trying to find out what was physically damaged before realising the AA batteries did not have enough CURRENT to support the camera. gave same symptoms. some new extra heavy duty batteries did the trick.