Gimbals and copters Thu, 30 Mar 17 00:52:29 -0600 Gimbals and copters en-CA Kudrone 4K Camera Drone Sat, 25 Mar 2017 05:56:03 -0600 Vitaliy_Kiselev 16639@/talks/discussions

Nebula 5100 one hand gimbal, now with encoders Sun, 05 Mar 2017 01:41:53 -0700 Vitaliy_Kiselev 16541@/talks/discussions

  • A new generation motor with built-in encoder for all 3 axes
  • High torque, 8-10 hours battery life
  • Made from high quality Al-Mg-Si alloy
  • Hidden cable design, 360° unlimited rotation
  • 2.5kg Payload
  • One key back to the midpoint return option
  • Direct charge
  • One key recording using button and build in IR remote
  • 1/4 screw holes for various support equipment
Nebula 4200 - strange monster Mon, 31 Aug 2015 02:43:07 -0600 Vitaliy_Kiselev 13630@/talks/discussions image


Nebula 4200 5-Axis Gyroscope Stabiliser, looks fun and strange

TRD Beholder DS1 and EC1 gimbals for Canon/Nikon DSLR Fri, 04 Sep 2015 10:42:09 -0600 act 13658@/talks/discussions
  • The DS1 arrives pre-programed and ready to use out of the box. It can be used to shoot any angle auto Reverse for low angle short.

  • 32bit Dual IMU sensors allows precision stabilization.

  • The DS1 payload is 4.8 lbs allowing lot lens to be mounted. Tool less adjustment pitch, roll and yaw.

  • 3 axis joystick controls 2 axis pitch and yaw one axis mode selection for system correction.

  • Retail price 690usd, release day September 15, 2015.

  • Information provided by Team Rebel Design.




    DJI Drone for your crop Thu, 23 Mar 2017 09:06:56 -0600 MikeLinn 16624@/talks/discussions

    Nebula 4100 Gimbal and Nebula 4100 lite Thu, 19 May 2016 06:51:31 -0600 Leon_Kabic 15093@/talks/discussions Nebula 4100 Gimbal

    Looks like a major improvement over Nebula4000. Newsshooter published report:

    Zhiyun Z1 Crane Sun, 10 Jul 2016 19:30:22 -0600 Vitaliy_Kiselev 15338@/talks/discussions image



    • 360 degrees motor with encoders
    • 3x MCU 32bit processors, highest on market 4Khz correction rate
    • 950g weight
    • Conservative lens+camera weight limit - 1200g
    • Real lens+camera weight limit - 1850g
    • 18650 / 26650 batteries compatible
    • 12 hours run time
    • Has iPhone app



    Comes with

    • 1 x Crane Gimbal
    • 1 x Plastic box
    • 1 x Camera lens support
    • 1 x Camera lens support Screw
    • 1 x Camera Mounting Screw
    • 1 x Micro USB cable
    • 4 x 18650 Li-ion Battery
    • 1 x Battery Charger
    • 1 x Battery box
    • 1 x User Manual

    Optional Items:

    • $25 Bluetooth remote
    • $95 Dual handles
    • $19 Panasonic remote control cable (works with GH4 and such cameras)

    Available at out deals for: Gimbal - $599, Gimbal+Dual handles - $679, Gimbal+Handles+Remote - $699
    Shipping: Price includes shipping for US/Canada/UK/Australia&NZ/Western Europe. Contact for any other regions.
    I want to buy this gimbal.

    Handles photo


    CAME gimbals Tue, 28 Oct 2014 18:47:31 -0600 Vitaliy_Kiselev 11666@/talks/discussions Wanted to finally make separate topic.

    Available on deals at

    Lenses for GH4 on Zhiyun Crane? Fri, 10 Mar 2017 15:48:26 -0700 IS2 16576@/talks/discussions Hi all,

    I've been super on the fence between getting a Ronin M or a Zhiyun Crane. I think I'm leaning towards the crane because it's much more portable realistically enabling more shooting freedom.

    I know I unfortunately won't be able to use my lovely Sigma 18-35mm due to the size, so was wondering - which lenses do you all use on your GH4/crane set up and for what scenarios?

    DJI Inspire 2 - with 3 eyes and HEVC now Tue, 15 Nov 2016 22:18:00 -0700 Vitaliy_Kiselev 16051@/talks/discussions image

    Product info and available to buy at DJI Store at:

    November 15, 2016 – DJI, the world leader in unmanned aerial technology, Tuesday introduced two new drones that raise the bar for professional imaging: Inspire 2, the best ready-to-fly platform for high-end film and video creators, and Phantom 4 Pro, the smartest and most creative flying camera of its size.

    “Professional filmmakers and photographers always push to create images that have never been seen before, and DJI never stops trying to give them the tools to achieve their vision,” said DJI CEO and Founder Frank Wang. “Our newest flight platforms and stabilized aerial cameras are smarter, faster and more powerful than ever before. We can’t wait to see how creators use Inspire 2 and Phantom 4 Pro to capture dazzling images.”

    Advanced Imaging for Professional Results

    Inspire 2 offers powerful capabilities and is easy to operate. The nimble new magnesium-aluminum alloy body increases stiffness while lowering weight. It has a top speed of 67 mph and takes only 4 seconds to accelerate to 50 mph. With the new dual battery system, flight time is up to 27 minutes. A new forward-facing camera offers the pilot the best flight view for operating the master controller, while the camera operator receives a separate feed from the professional Zenmuse camera mounted on the main gimbal. The Inspire 2 supports the brand-new Zenmuse X4S and X5S cameras and will support additional cameras in the future.

    An entirely new image processing system, called CineCore 2.0, is embedded into the airframe, which allows processing large files faster than ever before. Inspire 2 captures 5.2K video at 4.2 Gbps for Adobe CinemaDNG RAW videos and leverages a newly-designed, fast CINESSD storage for a smooth work experience. A variety of video compression formats are supported by CineCore 2.0, including Adobe CinemaDNG, Apple ProRes 422 HQ (5.2K, 4K) and ProRes 4444 XQ (4K), H.264, and H.265. When recording 4K video in H.264 and H.265, the birate is up to 100Mbps.

    Inspire 2 offers professional capability and control suitable for many scenarios. With optional high-altitude propellers, Inspire 2 can reach a maximum service ceiling of 16,404 feet above sea level, and the self-heating dual battery redundancy system maintains good performance of the battery to -4 degrees Fahrenheit. Through an optimized mode, Inspire 2 streams smooth video at the widely used 1080i50/720p60 broadcast standard. Enhanced Lightbridge video transmission makes smoother HDMI video possible.

    High Performance and Professional Reliability

    The dual-battery system ensures that if one battery fails during a flight, the other will be able to provide power for a safe return to home. Stereo vision sensors have been included on the front and bottom of Inspire 2 for obstacle detection, and upward facing infrared sensors on top of the aircraft add protection when flying in enclosed spaces.

    The redesigned propulsion system can safely carry Inspire 2 through incredible vertical camera moves, climbing at almost 20 feet/second and descending at almost 30 feet/second. Redundant systems provide reliability for the IMU, barometer, electronic speed controller communication and satellite navigation modules. The master and slave controller range now extends to 328 feet and users can switch between 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz frequencies to cut through any noise for greater signal stability.

    Creative Freedom

    Inspire 2’s new intelligent flight modes expand DJI’s computer vision technology to safely fly routes that give creators new ways to capture what they envision. Spotlight Pro Mode locks onto a subject during flight while the aircraft flies freely in another direction – and automatically rotates the aircraft to stay on the shot if the gimbal reaches its rotational limit. The forward-facing camera offers TapFly, which directs Inspire 2 to any point on the screen while avoiding obstacles along the way. ActiveTrack recognizes common subjects such as people, cars and animals, sending Inspire 2 to follow behind, lead in front, circle above or track alongside while always flying forward, ensuring the forward-facing obstacle sensing system keeps the aircraft safe.

    New Zenmuse Cameras

    DJI is enhancing the imaging potential of the Inspire 2 by expanding its line of interchangeable Zenmuse cameras, which are designed for aerial imaging and communicate directly with the aircraft’s gimbal and flight controllers. For situations that require a balance between weight and image quality, the new Zenmuse X4S has a 1-inch, 20-megapixel sensor with 11.6 stops of dynamic range and a 24 mm equivalent focal length. The Zenmuse X4S offers aperture control (f2.8-11) and a mechanical shutter that cancels rolling shutter distortion. The new Zenmuse X5S has a larger Micro Four Thirds sensor with 20.8 megapixels and an incredible 12.8 stops of dynamic range. The Zenmuse X5S camera now supports 8 lenses from wide angles to zooms. It shoots 20fps continuous burst DNG RAW (20.8 MP). In the future, a handheld mount will be available for the Zenmuse X4S and X5S cameras, bringing those cameras down to the ground for more flexible filmmaking.

    Professional Accessories to Enhance Performance

    A series of powerful DJI accessories will meet the needs of operators under various filming conditions. DJI Focus, a battery charging station, DJI CINESSD, CINESSD station and other optional accessories are available.

    An optional DJI Crystalsky high-brightness IPS monitor features an ultra-bright screen that is clearly visible in direct sunlight and ideal for outdoor shooting. It comes in 5.5-inch and 7.85-inch sizes, with the highest brightness up to 1000 cd/m2 and 2000 cd/m2 respectively, and its dedicated system reduces video transmission latency. Dual Micro-SD Card slots within the screen make it easy to back up footage and can also be used to transfer and play back files. It operates in extreme temperature conditions from -4 degrees to 104 degrees Fahrenheit.

    Came TV ARGO Gimbal Mon, 20 Jun 2016 03:14:12 -0600 Vitaliy_Kiselev 15248@/talks/discussions Moved things into separate topic.

    SteadXP Fri, 05 Sep 2014 16:50:29 -0600 tonalt 11208@/talks/discussions SteadXP a "game changer" tool for video stabilization and hyperlapse for any cameras.

    OwlDolly GURU Stabilizer for 360 degree cameras Tue, 21 Feb 2017 21:36:14 -0700 Vitaliy_Kiselev 16488@/talks/discussions

    DJI Mavic - Foldable drone Mon, 05 Sep 2016 16:28:10 -0600 Vitaliy_Kiselev 15664@/talks/discussions image

    • 300m wi-fi link
    • Foldable arms for ultra compact size
    • 4K UHD video
    • 3-axis gimbal system
    • 12-megapixel image sensor
    • 4 mile range and 27 minute flight time
    • Intelligent Vision avoidance detection system
    • Dual GPS satellite antennas and recievers
    • Follow mode
    • Sport mode with agile flying at up to 40MPH
    • Updated remote control
    • Gesture control to use your hands for control
    • Optional DJI Goggles
    • Ships in middle of October
    • $749 without remote at
    • $999 with remote at
    • $1299 bundle
    • Weight at 1.43lbs
    GoPro Karma Drone Mon, 12 Sep 2016 16:08:36 -0600 Vitaliy_Kiselev 15706@/talks/discussions image


    • None now



    DJI OSMO Handheld System Thu, 08 Oct 2015 13:34:06 -0600 Vitaliy_Kiselev 13907@/talks/discussions image

    • Fully stabilized 4K, 12Mp camera optimized for ground use
    • Tripod-free long exposures
    • Remote camera control
    • Ergonomic, secure grip
    • Suite of accessories including bike & car mount, tripod, extension stick and phone mount
    • USD $649

    Zhiyun Crane M, lightweight Crane brother Sun, 09 Oct 2016 08:39:52 -0600 Vitaliy_Kiselev 15859@/talks/discussions

    Weight is 0.74kg instead of larger brother 0.95kg.

    Oriented on actions cams, smartphones and lightweight mirrorless cams.

    Microsoft releases drone simluator platform Wed, 15 Feb 2017 21:14:58 -0700 Vitaliy_Kiselev 16456@/talks/discussions

    Nebula Remote, making videos in your grasp Wed, 25 May 2016 00:08:07 -0600 Avril_Lovin 15120@/talks/discussions Nowadays, making video has been more and more popular in our life. As many documentary and short films show, not only the producer but also the audience require a higher quality of filmmaking. We notice that some of the large radial and complicated tracks are too cumbersome to address the needs of shooting. Emerge as the new trend: compact, lightweight and easy to use, stabilizers are brought.

    Handheld 3-axis stabilizer is a revolutionary product to the film industry. It is so light-weighted and user-friendly to create more possibilities for photographers during filmmaking and at mean time providing smooth videos. However, designs of 3-axis stabilizer cannot address the very crucial part: the bounces caused by photographers’ step while making videos. To solve this problem, the cutting-edge Nebula 4200 5-axis stabilizer has arrived.

    With two spring arms, Nebula 4200 can absorb any vibrations and bounces under payload acting on the vertical axis and with different spring tension, the two spring arms are also able to filter part of the vibrations on horizontal axis. They are just like the vehicle suspension system which isolates road noise, bumps, and vibrations. Nebula 4200 as the terminator of stabilizer presents you a most smooth experience under the severe environment of recording.

    And here comes a brilliant accessory for Nebula 4200 to make it the most powerful combination: our new product, Nebula Remote. No more complicated operation to control both your gimbal and camera with Nebula Remote. It can be quickly installed on gimbal's handle without tools and can be simply used by thumb to control your gimbal accurately and intuitively. Only one key to stop or continue motor's working, convenient for balancing, fine-tuning and power saving. OLED screen clearly shows the current status, including modes of gimbal, current voltage, battery power, angle of pitch axis and yaw axis and other information. By using the memory function, now it’s free to capture shots that are difficult or impossible. Every design makes filmmaking smoother and easier.

    Nebula Remote is compatible with Nebula 4200/4100/4000/5200/6000. The video below is Nebula REMOTE function introduction.

    The video below is the method of Nebula REMOTE.

    Hope these can help you to understand the product.

    Yuneec H920 Plus drone with m43 camera Mon, 06 Feb 2017 08:42:28 -0700 Vitaliy_Kiselev 16419@/talks/discussions image

    ONTARIO, CA (February 1, 2017) — Yuneec International, a world leader in electric aviation, today announced significant upgrades to its flagship professional sUAS platform, the H920, creating the H920 Plus and improved ProAction handheld grip. The new features and functions integrated into the H920 Plus commercial platform allow field service providers and cinematographers to capture aerial and ground content safely and precisely for a variety of industrial applications such as inspection, emergency response, production sets and beyond.

    The H920 Plus includes the ST16 Pro Ground Station which operates on an Android platform with an integrated transmitter, flight controls and large 7-inch screen display with a HD 720p video downlink for real-time flight footage and an HDMI uplink for distribution to external monitors, command/control centers, or broadcast trucks. The refined main control system now allows pilots to not only save settings but also select various mission task modes: Orbit Me, Point of Interest, Journey, Curve Cable Cam as well as waypoints, providing a bevy of programed options for high-end commercial use. Users can also utilize video and image playback on the ST16 Pro and download aerial maps to cache H920 Plus waypoints.

    Yuneec will offer its CGO4 – developed in close cooperation with Panasonic® – with an all-new histogram, 4/3 CMOS Sensor, 3x optical zoom 14-42mm, 16 megapixels and 4k 30FPS/ 100 Mbps video resolution as the H920 Plus core camera. The CGO4 body is compatible with three lenses: Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 12mm F2.0, Olympus M.Zuiko Digital 45mm f1.8 and Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 14-42mm F3.5-5.6 EZ. Additionally, the H920 Plus supports the CGO series of camera platforms: CGO3+ 3-axis anti-vibration gimbal 4K UHD camera, CGO-CI camera with all-glass, seven-element lens for cinema and inspection and CGO-ET dual thermal RGB camera designed for law enforcement, search & rescue and solar inspection applications. Yuneec’s CGO-ET is the industry’s first camera to combine simultaneous thermal and residual light capture. All of the cameras can be operated either in Single Mode or Team Mode. Single Mode allows users to control the camera and UAV through one ST16 Pro, while Team Mode allows a second ST16 Pro to operate the camera independent of flight.

    “Our engineers not only addressed core needs, but developed a sUAS platform that excels in a variety of applications for professional users,” said Wen Yan Jiang, Group CEO and Chairwoman of Yuneec International Co., Ltd. “We’re offering waypoints through aerial maps, mission task modes, and a high-end, versatile Panasonic based camera system with multiple lens options for crisp aerial footage when affixed to the H920 Plus and smooth ground footage with the ProAction Grip.”

    The H920 Plus is outfitted with a carbon fiber fuselage and arms creating a light, yet durable and stable platform optimal for use in industrial and commercial environments. It also features a six-rotor design capable of emergency flight with only five rotors, quick-disconnect props and a 360-degree, 3-axis gimbal coupled with retractable landing gear that provides an unobstructed view from any angle. The camera and gimbal are capable of a 20 degree up-angle for upward-looking inspections.

    The ProAction Grip is a dual-grip ground handle that extends the CGO4 from sky to ground, allowing users to capture ultra-stable and remarkably steady footage in the most turbulent circumstances. Users simply connect their smart device with the ProAction ground handle through the CGO4 app, available for free in the App Store and Google Play Store, to seamlessly view a live HD video feed and control the CGO4 gimbal.

    The H920 Plus maintains Yuneec’s focus on safety with features such as Geo-fencing, Variable Speed Control, Dynamic Return Home and Low-Battery Return Home. The H920 Plus is available now and will be offered in a variety of configurations with prices ranging from $2,499 to $3,999. The ProAction handle and CGO4 bundle is available now for $1,500. For more information visit


    DJI Phantom 4 Pro, 4k at 60fps and HEVC Tue, 15 Nov 2016 22:00:04 -0700 Vitaliy_Kiselev 16050@/talks/discussions image

    Drone info and available at buy at


    November 15, 2016 – DJI, the world leader in unmanned aerial technology, Tuesday introduced two new drones that raise the bar for professional imaging: Inspire 2, the best ready-to-fly platform for high-end film and video creators, and Phantom 4 Pro, the smartest and most creative flying camera of its size.

    “Professional filmmakers and photographers always push to create images that have never been seen before, and DJI never stops trying to give them the tools to achieve their vision,” said DJI CEO and Founder Frank Wang. “Our newest flight platforms and stabilized aerial cameras are smarter, faster and more powerful than ever before. We can’t wait to see how creators use Inspire 2 and Phantom 4 Pro to capture dazzling images.”

    Professional Imaging

    Phantom 4 Pro offers a powerful imaging system for professional photo and video creators as well as non-professionals who demand excellence from the camera and platform they use to pursue their creative visions. The camera now packs a 1-inch 20-megapixel sensor, and almost 12 stops of dynamic range bring out levels of detail and low-light performance unprecedented in a flying camera of this size. Its mechanical shutter eliminates rolling shutter distortion in fast-moving scenes. Phantom 4 Pro can capture slow-motion 4K video up to 60 fps at a maximum bitrate of 100 mbps. In addition, the Phantom 4 Pro offers H.265 video compression, which substantially improves video quality at the same bitrate.

    Reliable with Enhanced FlightAutonomy System

    Phantom 4 Pro builds on DJI’s original obstacle avoidance system with FlightAutonomy – three sets of visual systems that build a 3D map of obstacles in front, behind and below the aircraft, as well as infrared sensing systems on both sides. FlightAutonomy can position, navigate and plan routes for Phantom 4 Pro, enabling it to avoid obstacles in a sensing range up to 98 feet at front and rear, even in complex 3D environments. When returning to home and tapping to initiate auto takeoff or landing, the Landing Protection function is able to detect and help avoid landing on uneven ground or water. Phantom 4 Pro has high-performance battery technology that provides up to 30 minutes of flight time. The Phantom 4 Pro flies at 31 mph in P mode with obstacle avoidance in effect, and has a 45 mph top speed in sport mode.

    Professional Control with New Remote Controller

    Phantom 4 Pro’s revolutionary new compact remote controller comes with an optional high luminance display, providing a clear and vivid live HD view from the main camera as well as essential telemetry data, even in direct sunlight. The aircraft will automatically choose between 2.4GHz and 5.8GHz once powering on to gain a clear signal in areas with high radio interference. The new controller has a built-in GPS, compass, Micro-SD card slot and HDMI port.

    Intelligent Flight

    New intelligent flight modes make Phantom 4 Pro the smartest flying camera of its size, opening new vistas for creators, such as the new Draw Mode that allows operators to draw lines on the controller display and direct the Phantom 4 Pro to fly that route.

    ActiveTrack recognizes common subjects such as people and bikes, then follows them from any angle while maintaining camera focus, and includes three new modes – New Circle, Profile and Spotlight.

    Narrow sensing enhances obstacle avoidance sensitivity so the aircraft can fly through complex environments like narrow doorways. TapFly now works backwards and comes with a new Free mode that allows a pilot to set the direction of flight, turn the Phantom 4 Pro or tilt the gimbal without changing the direction of flight. With the new AR Route feature, operators will be able to tell the flight route on the screen.

    As an additional safety feature, within a minute of losing GPS signal, the aircraft will automatically return to the last connected position and hover there precisely to wait for the pilot’s command. With the enhanced return to home function, the aircraft knows where it should be going from up to 984 feet away and avoids obstacles along the route.

    Price and Availability

    Phantom 4 Pro’s U.S. retail price is $1,499 with a standard controller. The Phantom 4 Pro, which includes a Phantom 4 Pro aircraft, and a high luminance display remote controller, will be available at $1,799. Phantom 4 Pro and Phantom 4 Pro are immediately available for pre-order at and DJI flagship stores in Shenzhen, Seoul and Hong Kong. These products will begin shipping one week after launch.

    Laing V9 Vest Thu, 07 Jul 2016 05:42:49 -0600 Vitaliy_Kiselev 15326@/talks/discussions

    Lily drone Wed, 13 May 2015 22:15:03 -0600 touviere7 12985@/talks/discussions

    Pilotfly T1 Tue, 10 Jan 2017 03:51:34 -0700 Vitaliy_Kiselev 16310@/talks/discussions


    3-axis stabilizers ala FreeFly MOVi or ZenMuse - DIY and commercial Sat, 20 Apr 2013 13:11:01 -0600 DanDOF 6758@/talks/discussions I am interested in discussing possible DIY setups for an affordable ($500 or less) motor-based camera stabilization system. Most likely this will use a combination of gimbals, gyros, brushless motors and some controller. However, I think there is potential of at least discussing the combination of of rack pinion gear system instead of gimbals for stabilizing 3-axis movment (X, Y, Z).


    1. Don't put people down for asking basic questions. I am new to this knowledge area too (with no experience using RC multicopters).

    2. Encourage creative thinking. Perhaps stabilizing cameras handheld requires/deserves a different approach than tech used on multicopters.

    I am reserving this post as a summary of "good/feasible" ideas.

    YI Erida Drone Drone coming at CES Fri, 16 Dec 2016 23:46:59 -0700 Vitaliy_Kiselev 16193@/talks/discussions

    YI Erida is the world’s first mainstream, full carbon smart drone, which combines strength, speed and YI’s 4K Action camera in a unique, three-rotor design. Due to the highly durable and lightweight nature of Erida’s carbon frame and streamlined design, YI’s first consumer drone is exceptionally fast and agile, reaching speeds of up to 75 miles per hour and flying for up to 40 minutes in initial tests. Additional product highlights include:

    • Up to 120 minutes of recording time and an integrated, high-resolution camera touchscreen
    • Manual IQ parameters for advanced photographers including shutter, exposure value compensation, level sensitivity, metering mode and white balance
    • An advanced gimbal system for the smoothest shooting possible
    • Patented, folding rotors offering a compact design that makes it portable and easy to carry
    • Controlled by the corresponding YI Erida mobile app, making a remote obsolete
    • Advanced sensor and radar system with a built-in laser scanner for maximum safety

    The YI Erida drone was created in cooperation with Atlas Dynamics, a team of aerospace engineers and software developers. YI Technology and Atlas bring together aerospace expertise and research with world-class imaging technology in the newest, industry-leading drone.

    YI will demonstrate its full line of connected imaging technology solutions, including the YI Erida drone, YI 4K+ Action Camera, home security cameras, dash camera, and the professional grade mirrorless camera, the YI M1, at two different locations during CES 2017:

    Pepcom’s Digital Experience!: Wednesday, January 4, 7pm – 10:30pm PT, The Mirage Hotel The Sands, Tech West: January 5-8, Booth #46324

    3DR Solo Topic / Showcase Sat, 02 Jan 2016 16:20:24 -0700 CapionStudio 14352@/talks/discussions Hey community! I figured I'd start a simple topic to discuss all things regarding the 3DR Solo and a place to showcase your work with it. The copter has been an amazing tool for our studio, but would like to see how you are putting it to good use. Feel free to ask questions, strike up conversation, talk about modem and even show some of your work with the aircraft! We look forward to chatting with you more about the SOLO :)

    General thread rule: Please post any and all things pertaining to the 3DR Solo only please!

    Here is our most recent technical demonstration with the SOLO.

    Quad and Hexa copters Mon, 20 Jun 2011 13:26:25 -0600 Vitaliy_Kiselev 256@/talks/discussions Can be used for documentaries then you need plans of big structures from above or
    want to show details of real huge things.
    But never actually tried this.

    Example of usage:

    550D and special module to follow target.]]>
    DJI OSMO Mobile gimbal Thu, 01 Sep 2016 06:21:54 -0600 Vitaliy_Kiselev 15640@/talks/discussions image


    • Battery life is 3-4.5 hours
    • Works with iOS or Android phones with a width between 58.6mm and 84.8mm long and up to 8.4mm thick
    • Time-Lapse mode and Panorama mode
    • 4 shooting modes are: standard/portrait/underslung/flashlight
    • Bluetooth 4.0
    • Angular Vibration Range: ±0.03°
    • Controllable Range Pan: ±150°
    • Roll: ±25°
    • Tilt: -125° to +35°
    • $299 at

    Zhiyun Z1 Smooth C and Rider M Fri, 19 Aug 2016 18:27:55 -0600 MikeLinn 15552@/talks/discussions