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How to: Tracking a moving subject using the DJIGo app and waypoints

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Malakai, May 3, 2016.

  1. Malakai

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    Hey guys, thought i would share my video on how I figured a good way to get great moving subject tracking shots using the standard DJIGo app and the phantom 3 Advanced. Hope you find it useful.



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  2. AerialZ

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    Cool idea. I was thinking about the same action using Course Lock with a moving subject. Obviously, your method would automate the forward speed of the A/C, which would be an additional help maintaining the framing of the moving subject.
     
  3. Malakai

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    Yeah, I'm just working on an idea using course lock. Ill put it up when I'm done. The only limitation is speed. In waypoint mode speed is limited to 15mph. Great for walking subjects or subjects on a pushbike or skateboard but no good for cars and such.


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