In-flight Zenmuse HERO footage

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More and more amazed at the footage this thing is capable of producing.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yEx_ZeEZAqk[/youtube]
 
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We're gonna be spending more money! lol
 
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And there's at least a partial answer to how they are going to use WiFi to communicate with the iDevices but not interfere with the flight control. Colin mentions using a "slightly different wireless communication protocol" on the Phantom Vision. Still no explanation about the use of WiFI with the gimbal.
 
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More footage of it flying....

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ERdty-1-TmY[/youtube]
 
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great shots and videos. but the price should be closer to the price of the phantom, instead of "less than a thousand dollars"
 
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We were the booth across from them at NAB, and straight out of the "Big Cheese's mouth" Less than a grand more than five hundy. I had the chance to see it fly in person, both at the show as well as on a visit.. Hand down the biggest game changer that I have seen. Heres raw footy of a local lighthouse. https://vimeo.com/62966103
 
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It's all just speculation until the company starts selling it to the public.

I'd say the company is in a unique situation, because prior to the Phantom they were selling their Zenmuse Z15 for over $3,000.
but if they price the Zenmuse Hero too high, they won't make as much profit than if they sold it for half that. -especially when there's so many other brushless gimbals coming out for well under $500.
 
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Gizmo3000 said:
It's all just speculation until the company starts selling it to the public.

I'd say the company is in a unique situation, because prior to the Phantom they were selling their Zenmuse Z15 for over $3,000.
but if they price the Zenmuse Hero too high, they won't make as much profit than if they sold it for half that. -especially when there's so many other brushless gimbals coming out for well under $500.
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MX45OR said:
Gizmo3000 said:
It's all just speculation until the company starts selling it to the public.

I'd say the company is in a unique situation, because prior to the Phantom they were selling their Zenmuse Z15 for over $3,000.
but if they price the Zenmuse Hero too high, they won't make as much profit than if they sold it for half that. -especially when there's so many other brushless gimbals coming out for well under $500.
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Brushless Gimbals? there's quite a few,

This is the one I've got my eye on, just waiting for the dust to settle and hear what people say about it
http://www.hobby-wing.com/arris-cm2000- ... imbal.html

and here's others

http://www.fpvmodel.com/SBGC.html
http://www.rctimer.com/index.php?gOo=go ... oodsid=872
http://www.infinity-hobby.com/main/news ... sk_id=1113
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ARTF-Carbon-F ... 19dc2636e5
 

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