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stability improvement

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Discussion' started by anandchinmay, Oct 3, 2014.

  1. anandchinmay

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    i want to know that does p2v+ gimbal is stable more than zenmuse h3 3d or less than it



    is p2v+ more better to fly?


    is v+ camera quality better than go pro hero plus?
     
  2. Meta4

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    Re: stability improvement

    Too hard to answer properly.
    Both are quite good
     
  3. aristosv

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    Re: stability improvement

    I assume you are trying to decide if you want ot buy the P2 or the P2V+?

    I bought the Phantom 2, a Zenmuse H3-3D gimbal, and a GoPro. Then a transmitter, a receiver, and a monitor.
    Then I sold everything and bought a P2V+.

    Why?

    It is WAY more expensive to set-up a proper aerial media quadcopter, by buying each component seperately. You'll be close to 2000 Euro.
    If you buy the P2V+, you'll pay 1159 Euro (with 2 batteries) and you'll be good to go. Plus, you'll have digital downlink for your video preview.

    To answer your question:

    - The gimbals are equaly good, both the Zenmuse H3-3D and the P2V+. Worth noting that my Zenmuse was a bit twichy on the P2.
    - Both cameras are equaly good. You have a slightly better picture with the GoPro at night. Other than that, the P2V+ records great video.
    - Both the P2 and P2V+ are equally stable and easy to fly.

    Check out this video, i recorded it on Saturday.

    [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wSCOu5FjoGU[/youtube]
     
  4. sbarton

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    Re: stability improvement

    Both are good, but at extremes, the V+ gimbal is better. Check out HeliPals video comparison.

    [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uLG0OtBRbbw[/youtube]

    The GoPro has better video quality, but I'm not sure how significant. The black has 1080p60, 2.7k30 and 4k15 (not really useable for flying), whereas the V+ best resolution is 1080p30.

    I think the Ground Station app with the V+ makes it a lot easier to fly.