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Wonder if this could used for tourism - North Wales

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by FlyingFox, Nov 25, 2014.

  1. FlyingFox

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    Filmed with a Phantom P2v and rotopixel and 4 batteries.
    http://youtu.be/VxeqcgPZLqg
    Really nice cold day , The area is Llandudno a popular area in Victorian times for holidays near the coast .
     
  2. IflyinWY

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    Great stuff,

    I would consider visiting after viewing your video. :cool:
     
  3. Ash

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    Nice video. I do recommend LLandudno for a short break very clean and some nice restaurants, not forgetting lovely walks over the Great Orme. After bad luck with the Phanton 2 I have decided to give DJI one more chance so I purchased the new v2. May I ask what gimbal you are using in the video? Thanks
     
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    Hi, it's a Rotopixel Gimble I fitted , easy to fit . A bugger to balance with an ND filter lol.
     
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    Great video. What editing software did you use?
     
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    Hi I use FCPx on A Macbook , recommend it if you use a Mac , Adobe if your on a PC,
     
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    Thanks ;)
     
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    ok thanks FF
     
  9. FlyingFox

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    No worries Ash, and your comment (Pm) about the yaw shake is appreciated, unfortunately only had 4 batteries and 5 locations so had to make the best of what I had , I think it would be better with about 7-9 locations in the same time frame and I think inwill buy two more batteries , I have a remote power pack thing to keep the wifi charged on use
     
  10. FlyingFox

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    Some lovely locations , I would say like me, some better editing get rid of fish eye, and wind shake or jello, I' am trying to learn to keep a viewers interest , editing is key , I have a associate who is a professional camera operator and I'm as a lot of others are too precious over our footage lol I have to Learn to be more ruthless and cut cut cut the average stuff out
     
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    I have lived here for two years but struggle to get out and about and from what i have seen of the Ormes you've done a nice job... HAve you contact Conwy County Council and/or Tourist Board!?!?