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Most precision flight ever, but secret revealed at end.

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Discussion' started by Hovtech, May 4, 2014.

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    Mirror mirror on the door, reveal the secret, the secret no more!!
     
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    Thanks for wasting my time
     
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    Cute idea....the dead level flight was a big clue....but still, I will nominate you for "Pilot of the Year"..."Unlimited Class"...!
    [Grins]

    Lighten up Diirk....!
     
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    Very sad. It was obvious from about 3 seconds onwards that you were walking.
     
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    I had my suspicions, and for once I'm actually right!
     
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    Obviously, he was walking, especially since I could see him put the Phantom down in the reflection of the window.

    However, it would be fun to be able to attach the gimbal to something, other then the Phantom and use it as a Steadiecam. I have a Steadicam Smoothie, and it is isolated from my body, hence, it doesn't "jerk" as I walk. But, the gimbal I use on the Phantom is extreamly stable, and I would like to attach it to something that would smooth it out while I walk.

    Anyone try that?
     
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    + a billion
     
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    Easiest way is to hold it at arm's length when you want to use it as a steadicam. It's a bit tiring, but totally convincing.
     
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    At 00:57 you can see that the propellers were not spinning
     
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    haha we have a similar twisted sense of humor.
    I made one for April Fools Day.
     
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    Repulsive have been more realistic if you would run then it would be faster, ha ha!