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Great Barrier Reef Islands

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by phantomtci, Nov 29, 2014.

  1. phantomtci

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    I quick video I took a couple of weekends ago over the GBR.

    Cheers to everyone on here for the help, I now have my FPV setup up and running, though this was taken before that so a bit of guess work was needed when framing the shots.

    http://youtu.be/6AqZedNnNNs
     
  2. phantomtci

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    I'm pretty new to this so any tips would be great!
     
  3. youmdingding

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    Nice video. Which Great Barrier Reef island is it? I have been the GBR twice and it's absolutely amazing! I love it there.
    Also, what set up do you use? P2 with H3-3D? Good work with the shots without FPV. I really like the fast forward at the end, it's really cool.
    If I would have one remark to make it would be to try to be more gentle on the sticks when turning.

    Goob job!
     
  4. phantomtci

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    Thanks for all the tips, it was on Orpheus island and some of the smaller ones on the way there. P2 with h3-3d and gopro, finally got an fpv setup. It's is beautiful, plenty of fishing, not that I am any good at fishing....

    I have done a new video, taken the tips on board, let me know what you think?
    http://youtu.be/bsSrSVRm_38
    Cheers!
     
  5. IflyinWY

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    Nice, very nice.

    I'm going to buy a one-way ticket to paradise. :cool:
     
  6. ELHEAPO

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    that was a lot smoother and well edited it does help when you live in an amazing place like you do to get good footage, but well done.