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Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by neil21, Feb 22, 2014.

  1. neil21

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    Had my Phantom 2 for a few weeks now and just getting the hang of following moving objects. Definitely a bit harder than filming scenery but pretty fun.

    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dz1YS2gygGg[/youtube]
     
  2. Seahorse

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    I think your flying is better than his riding, well done. :cool:
     
  3. saltire

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    Whats the music in the video, and good filming .
     
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    cant believe, you made it with Phantom !!!

    It looks very professional. Great job man.

    Did you fly with fatshark FPV ?
     
  5. neil21

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    I think its the music from the old Quake game.
     
  6. neil21

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    Thanks. I was using the FatShark Predators which work pretty well. I don't like using them in close quarter flying and actually went into the trees later the same day. Might try it with a monitor so I can easily see both the Phantom itself and the camera view when things are getting close. For faster more open flying the FatSharks work really well. I just find the goggles a bit lacking in depth perception.
     
  7. thongbong

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    That's awesome man, tracking is definitely difficult considering the phantom's yaw rate, but you did it superbly!
     
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    If that's one of our first few attempts at moving subjects, I'm impressed. Very nice.