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P2 + Z2d + GP3 vs PV+

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Discussion' started by extrememc, Apr 9, 2014.

  1. extrememc

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    Hey what you guys thoughts on the new release of PV+? Will it replace your P2 or not? To me it seem very tempting. Even making me have second thoughts on a F550.


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  2. Ksc

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    if you want an easy way to post some videos to Facebook and youtube, then its the best route. if you want to film something you could use in a money making endeavor,you won't be able to beat the gopro black.

    don't forget, should stuff come out in the future, the p2 is upgradable. vision 1 users are **** out of luck and forced to buy an all new vision+.
     
  3. extrememc

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    Good point. I hope Gopro makes a camera raw version soon. That would complete the P2. I wish DJI make a entry level micro 4/3 rig that in the $3000 range be nice or a gimbal for a F550 that will fly a m 4/3 camera.


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  4. d4ddyo

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    You obviously don't use your gopro much. There's a such thing called Protune for video. You can adjust white balance and a setting called Cam_Raw: Optimized color files. This setting is great for situations where you want to get the most unadjusted footage that you can. It's almost like taking a RAW picture with your DSLR - you get what the image sensor sees, and you can pull detail out of shadows or clouds in post-production

    The GoPro is a great camera for it's size.
     
  5. extrememc

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    Well actually I do. What I am referring to is raw images. You know dng or cr2 files like a dslr. Not raw video files.