G6EJD wrote:Well very acceptable results from your setup, I think the most important take-away for me is the power of the slow motion. If I was wanting to view a property, the last thing I'd want to see is a video that was dashing around the scene so I could not take in what I wanted to see and for me your video is just right.
It looks like it's about 1/3 of original frame rate, perhaps 20 or 24 fps, it also looks like its been stabilised in post-processing. Overall very good quality video.
jonnyboyb79 wrote:HI Guys
Apologises for my ignorance, but I thought I'd ask you all as you seem to be chatting Gopro Gimbals. I've had my phantom for a few months. I am pretty new to this quadcopter malarky but loving it and liking the results I am finally getting from the gopro. I've not read much into Gimbals, but how does one power them? Is there a way of using the Lipro battery and splitting the feed? Also is it straight forward to fit one? I am keen to get one on the go!
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