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Flight over sea windy

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by antiguogrumete, Apr 21, 2016.

  1. antiguogrumete

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    A windy flight over the sea, I'm surprised how well the video looks, despite the shocks gaves the wind facing the phantom

     
  2. ShelbyPoker

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    Very nice !
     
  3. movius

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    Great job. It's amazing what blue skies do for video. Here in the UK we have the exact same stunning scenery but unless it's summer or a rare perfect day, we have to compete with grey or cloudy skies.

    Regards the video, what advice do the pros have for avoiding prop intrusion into the video, other than slowing down and avoiding tight turns. Would panning the camera down a notch help much? Does altering the shutter speed have an effect? You can probably see by these questions that I'm no expert although I'd love to improve.

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  4. alokbhargava

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    You can definitely avoid props interference by titling gimbal down to say -45 deg but then you will miss the skyline.
     
  5. antiguogrumete

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    Thanks!
     
  6. Avocet

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    How could you NOT check out that CAVE!
     
  7. mnewxcv

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    could also set gain limits
     
  8. antiguogrumete

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    HAHAHA, next time!