The interviewer is horrible.
CG is a class act - that guy is sharp. He could have been a double glazing salesman or a cell phone dealer
Last edited by DennyR; 06-03-2013 at 03:16 AM.
I like how the cameraman/interviewer could not understand that the TX was 5.8 and the rig was 2.4. OMG that is sooooo confusing. I wanted to reach into the screen and shake the guy.
I'm not a fan or a hater of DJI just kind of indifferent, but that unit does look pretty cool. And at the same time, I can see a ton of morons running around with their iPhones flying all over and ruining things for the rest of us.
Oh well, until we can fine people for stupidity there is no solution.
Did anyone watch the entire video?? Amazing features!
I watched the entire video, including Colin flying over several persons that instinctively ducked. I am sorry but I don't agree with that type of flying. The features are awesome. My question is why wasn't the larger battery compartment included in the original Phantom? A 450 or 550 Phantom would accommodate the Zen H3-2D along with the GIU and PMU. I think that an iOSD might even fit, but not on the Phantom as it currently exists are possible.
looks like pre-orders for Nov 11 ship date $1199 + $60 shipping
$1199 pre order free shipping
Last edited by djw43; 10-11-2013 at 09:51 PM. Reason: add
I still think the use of 5.8ghz for control is a mistake. higher frequencies do not do well in closer proximity with objects and if you go behind a large enough object it will lose signal
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