I'm a professional climber and filmmaker and bought the Phantom about three weeks ago with high hopes of getting unique aerial landscape and climbing videography. You can who I am here. http://www.cedarwright.com/ I guess I'm one of those annoying camera guys who could care less about the hobby and wants sick aerial footage NOW. With zero flying experience, I did one short test flight in a field and then headed out to Eldorado State Park here in Colorado and after a couple minutes of flying, crashed the phantom into a cliff. Miraculously it survived. That evening I excitedly plugged my go pro's sd card into my card reader expecting glorious aerial cinematography. Sadly, the footage looked like absolute ****. Between the Jello, the Jitter, and my spastic flying, it was completely unusable. After several crashes, and some forum surfing I knew that I had to isolate the camera and balance the rotors but frankly if you've surfed around a bit you know these forums are loaded with useless drivel and only the occasional nugget of useful info. I tried Moon gel in several configurations, and the footage still looked like an earthquake on acid.... no good. Finally I typed "anti-vibration camera mount" into Ebay, and found a guy from Israel selling these really ghetto looking hand made rigs... basically two pieces of aluminum with some silicone spacers glued in between. I showed a professional photographer friend the link and he said it looked ridiculous, suggested maybe it was a mistake buying the phantom. But it was thirty bucks, shipped to my door and I figured, what the hell, I'll give it a shot. Here is what I bought: http://www.ebay.com/itm/ANTI-VIBRAT...=WDVW&rd=1&ih=002&category=30097&cmd=ViewItem Using a hack saw, flexible epoxy and the existing mount that comes with the drone I incorporated the weird israeli contraption into a even more ghetto looking finished product with the necessity of duct tape to hold the camera in position. "This will never work" I thought to myself. I tested it out in a snow storm with significant wind gusts and when I got back to my office I was beside myself with Joy. I had attained the holy grail that for two weeks I had quested after to no avail... USABLE FOOTAGE!!! Could it be that this ghetto crunked piece of crap looking contraption was actually totally legit and exactly what I needed to turn the phantom into a semi pro videography machine. YES... thank you random dude from Israel. Thank you very much. You can watch this video here on Vimeo to see a sample of the usable aerial footage that I am getting. https://vimeo.com/59956796 This is mostly a test of my new FS700 but does have several aerial clips as well. All shot ont he go pro 2 at 720 60fps and conformed to 24 fps in premiere. The footage isn't perfect, but it's pretty **** good! WOOHOOOO!!!! Hope this helps. I can definitely say I've caught the bug and am looking forward to investing in a bigger more bad *** machine in the future. There is something surreal and awesome about flying one of these drones around.