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airborne jib shot

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Discussion' started by Channel70Productions, Jul 24, 2014.

  1. Channel70Productions

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    The idea is rather than transport, assemble, disassemble, and then haul back a jib is to just use a Phantom.

    http://youtu.be/GKAIVqXNwCE

    Next, we'll have the correct dolly shot to show.
     
  2. DaveTown

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    Re: airborne dolly shot

    Maybe I'm missing something, but it think I just wasted 2 minutes of my life.

    What was the point of this video?
     
  3. davisTHX

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    Re: airborne dolly shot

    Ummmm....setting up a dolly shot on tracks would have been more entertaining.
     
  4. Channel70Productions

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    Re: airborne dolly shot


    Oops. Wrong URL.
     
  5. Channel70Productions

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    Re: airborne dolly shot

    Agree. The dolly grips agree, too.
     
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    Re: airborne dolly shot

    I see 40 seconds of black screen and 10 seconds of a guy walking with a controller in his hands (I turned off the audio for other reasons). What am I missing?
     
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    Re: airborne dolly shot

    SO what happened in the first 40 seconds that we only get a black screen ?
     
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    Re: airborne dolly shot

    The above link is not a good advert for 'Channel 70 Productions.'
     
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    Jib shots are easy with a gentle hand on the throttle. With course lock, truck shots and dolly shots are easy.

    When DJI can get tweak the software to do an automated arc/orbital shot on a homepoint or waypoint, like the new Walkera TALI H500 can, then I'll be impressed.
     
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    the camera sucks.... so did that video too. V+ is far from a professional tool. When a V+ can carry a Red Epic/Dragon, than it can replace jibs, sliders and dollies... and techo-cranes