Ok Im in a serious flap about what to do... I bought a P2V+ a while back with the intention of going into business with it, my idea was to corner some of the cheaper end of the market over here in the UK (IE not using a 15K+ drone to do the job that a 1-2k drone could easily accomplish hence cheaper operating cost to me, and therefore the price i could charge the customer compared to the bigger boys would be cheaper - you get the concept im trying to achieve...Hopefully ) Anyway was doing my CAA permission to fly course and now im doubting if my P2V+ is really going to cut it... I still hold on to my original idea of attempting to keep it cheap and affordable to both myself and the client, however im still thinking i may have to upgrade. Most of the guys on my course were wielding S900 or S1000 but like i say I don't really want to lay out that overhead and i want to try and aim at a different market if i can... I love the way the P2V+ can snap away stills in the air however its the video quality that's getting me down... Ive been looking at the option's that dronexpert has and i like the idea of being able to get the new go pro 4 mounted on a zenmuse gimbal using his quick release system, and still being able to switch out and use the v+ camera in a point and shoot picture scenario whilst in the air. I mean the new go pro wins hands down on video with the 4k30 and 1080p120 video Yet the 12 mp on the go pro is less than the 14mp V+ camera and doesn't have the same ease of use while in the air. (Correct me if im wrong on any of that) My question is this: If you were me would you go down the above mentioned route of the quick release or just sell up the P2V+ and trade it for a P2 with zenmuse and go pro, keeping in mind I want to try and keep set up cost low? The reason im getting into a flap about it is, i need to get this sorted and make the call prior to my flight test, as whatever platform i decide to fly on the day will be what im certified for for 1 year and i wont be able to fly any other setup under my licence. (Unless i pay again and travel 400 miles to get re-tested - which for obvious reasons i want to try and avoid) Important things to me are follows: Cost (I want to keep my cost below 2k GBP if possible) Pictures (I want to be able to see what im taking a picture off and be able to do it from the air) Video - Higher quality the better Any input at all would be greatly appreciated.