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Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by av8inglife, Mar 25, 2014.

  1. av8inglife

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    Apparently I have cabin fever still even though i've been out quite a bit already. :lol: Made another short video.

    http://youtu.be/M0FTLwHXZk4
     
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    Nice job.

    Do you know the dude in the window?
     
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    I love the low, fast passes. Makes you feel like you're really going fast. What are you using for fpv?
     
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    Great video, what camera is that ?
     
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    Lol :lol: Yea, that was a clip from showing off the phantom at my job.

    The usual and simple setup;
    P2Z with Fatshark Predator V2 kit, using a GoPro 3 black instead of the camera that comes with the kit. ImmersionRC Spironet's on the goggles and the vTx. and iOSD mini.

    GoPro Hero 3 Black
     
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    Nice vide the low fast stuff too, do you fly with the gimballed gopro camera for fpv?
     
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    I do. I have not used the hard mount camera from day one. Clipped it of the wire harness and soldered up my own connections to re-use the harness and the vTx.

    I takes a little getting used to, especially when coming from flying fixed mount cameras as on my other quads, but as long as I am actively thinking about what i am doing it is not an issue.
     
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    I was the same and thought I was doing well with it etc, however I have now moved back to a fixed CCD camera and find it much easier to fly in that manor.