DJI Phantom 2 Vision Quadcopter with Integrated FPV Camcorder
DJI has been making remote-control quadcopters for years. Originally, you possessed to strap your GoPro to it, but last year DJI introduced the Phantom 2 Vision, that have its own integrated camera system. It was pretty sweet, but every tiny turn you took your video shook enough to scramble your viewer’s brain.
First, we’ll assume you have already learned something about drones and maybe flown one or two toy models to obtain the hang of piloting. It is possible, however, for careful pilots in the first place a DJI model ‘ there exists a built-in flight simulator so that you can learn without endangering your brand-new purchase.
The top hole provides usage of a potentiometer that controls the mysterious seventh channel. It’s mysterious since it apparently changes your camera pitch; but is disabled on the Phantom Vision 2. If only there were a means of initialising it. There is, but first we must install a lever to move the potentiometer.
or the GoPro Hero 3+ black edition it is slightly behind. Both cameras are ahead of the integrated camera slightly in relation to sharpness and wide angle shots with all the integrated camera maxing out at 140 degrees as opposed to the sony’s 170 and GoPro’s 170(I hope to experience a video comparison to inform you shortly). That said I have been considered just a little particular in relation to cameras, in order that it may be perfectly acceptable to a normal person.
Ground Station also allows users to type in a no chance point zone in order to avoid the quadcopter from going where it isn’t allowed. This will enable users to honor the wishes of the land holders or local law enforcement who may put limitations in on set filming from above. For instance, you can’t fly within 8km of an local airport, and Ground Station knows it. So if you’re too close, you won’t have the ability to program the route if you do not work outside restricted airspace.