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Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by skyhighdiver, May 6, 2015.

  1. skyhighdiver

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    Just some photos to make a few jealous, and to show the size differences many are asking from prop height to controller size and leg width As well as the great new app with Lightbridge over the muddy picture we had. And look at all those satelites ;) double in same location
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  2. nhoover

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    Thanks - nice photos. Yes I'd rather have the one on the right. Will have soon!
     
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    Great perspectives never seen before.
     
  4. F6Rider

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    Thanks for the photo's, looks like there isn't much difference between the two birds as far as a case goes, the P3 should go in most all P2 cases, the controller is the main difference. The video feed is night and day better for the P3, not to mention the satellite reception is awesome.
     
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    I only tried a short video and couple of pics indoors with mine yesterday evening, the biggest difference is how good the low light performance is especially the stills.
    For a start the shutter can go much slower and the gimbal seems to keep it steady enough - there is minimal movement blur.