I used to build model rockets for my kids and I to go out and launch. We had a lot of fun, especially with one called the "AstroCam" rocket, which had a stripped-down 110 Instamatic camera mechanism in the nose cone. We would fire it off, and when it reached the high point of trajectory, it would snap a single photo, which we thought was a pretty amazing automatic process! After it parachuted back to Earth, we would load it all up and try again. Eventually the roll of film was used, and we would drop it off at the photo place for developing. The excitement would build, and in a day or so we got our results, usually finding that from a full roll of film, maybe one or two shots were good - and we would have a print of ourselves standing waaay down there looking like ants. The kids loved it all. So here we are years later, now it's me and my granddaughter flying, and all I really want from my Phantom is a -decent- video that's fairly clear and watchable. I'm not creating a Hollywood movie or a tv commercial, and I doubt too many of you are either. So good luck with expensive gimbals and all that other stuff... if ya gotta have it all I understand. But I'm happy with a more modest setup. And no more trips to the PhotoMat!