The below aerial video was recorded on a really calm day at Southsea Common War Memorial.
If you watch the video you will see that I still have a lot to learn in terms of getting nicely framed and steady shots. The most important element though is that it starts showing that this is a good and reliable platform for the job/hobby.
This time round I tried using my Black Pearl FPV video monitor that would show my what the quadcopter [linker q=”Gopro ” gtm=”prodPage” b=”Gopro ” m=”argos” ct=”UK” id=”7b3731c1c6615f9f44865762d2ab096c,” ft=”fetchProducts” w=”auto”]Gopro[/linker] is recording and consequently try to better frame my shots.
For a moment I attempted looking only at the screen to see if I can do FPV flying, however very quickly I abandoned the idea as the signal was breaking up a little bit and the gimbal that works to try and smooth any movement of the copter was adding some lag making navigation hard.
I am sure that the FYG3 will have the appropriate mode to do what I’d like but didn’t feel I could experiment very much with people passing by my flying zone constantly so I hope that the more I fly the more I will learn and slowly improve.