I'm new to this forum and have been reading some interesting posts on correcting fisheye distortion from footage. Seems like a lot of people are spending time in applying post-corrections using all kind of tools in order to get their footage right. I'm doing it as well as I'm not very satisfied with distorted footage myself. However, I keep asking myself the question, Why putting a fisheye - wide lens into a flying camera? What's the point? I mean, if you want a wider view or you want to get the whole object into your viewer, then just fly further away. You're up in the air, you're not facing the obstacles that you might experience on the ground and you can't get around to..... I would immediately swap my wide lens for a normal one if I could, but perhaps i'm overlooking some major reason or benefit of using a wide lens in the PV2. What's your opinion / experience?