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flying around snoqualmie falls, in wa

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision Discussion' started by Migmon, Dec 10, 2013.

  1. Migmon

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    shot this in 1080i60 looks like its not viewable in 1080 yet... i didn't have the balls to fly any closer as it was breezy, i couldnt really guess how close i was to the falls, and i had a huge crowd distracting me with questions. i told everyone that was around what i was doing and to stay out of the way as best they could during take off and landing.. there was a fence next to me that was iron or something it definitely disrupted the compass. the other places to take off from were roped off for tree cutting... ill try again some other time. i was just playing around,, maybe next time ill try to be smooth but i was shivering
    http://youtu.be/XDqek0qacHo
     
  2. EyeUpHigh

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    Nice footage - a very dramatic setting!

    What camera settings did you use for that video? I'm assuming 1080p 30fps wide - any image stabilization or exposure compensation?
     
  3. Migmon

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    No I used 1080i 60fps so I could do some slo mo, no stabilization or anything like that
     
  4. iDrone

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    Grin! :D Thank-you for that, loved the stills at the end too.

    iDrone
     
  5. myvrodrocks

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    Man. I would not have the ca hones to fly out there. One problem and its gone forever. Nice work.


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  6. segura

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    Nice footage, and awesome stills.