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More H3-3D in action

More H3-3D in action

Quadcopters, a UK retailer in Lancashire have uploaded footage of the H3-3D staying stable under a lot of yaw movement.  Footage from the H3-3D is promised tomorrow.

Panasonic Lumix GM1 with new sensor, tops GH3 for quality

Panasonic Lumix GM1 with new sensor, tops GH3 for quality

Smaller than the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema with video quality on a par or better than the GH3 with a price that isn’t scary either, only £629 with a lens. The only feature preventing this camera from being the “perfect” upgrade from a GoPro for aerial video would be 50/60 FPS allowing for slow motion along with a higher bitrate, however, even without these it’s a worthy camera to be considered on any upgrade path. http://www.eoshd.com/content/11643/panasonic-gm1-review-another-pocket-cinema-camera http://www.ephotozine.com/article/panasonic-lumix-gm1-full-review-23197

5 reasons the GoPro 3 isn’t God’s gift to action cameras

5 reasons the GoPro 3 isn’t God’s gift to action cameras

The GoPro 3, if the reviews after its release were to be believed, was the answer, was the Holy Grail of action video photography, the truth is, there is no such thing as a perfect video camera and there are always pros and cons and the GoPro 3 has its fair share of problems, here are some to consider. 1) The lens is not fast, i.e it doesn’t let through as much light as it could, the lens of the […]

Top 5 ways to make a UAV video that sucks

Top 5 ways to make a UAV video that sucks

Whilst the growth in multicopter sales has resulted in much more content on YouTube and Vimeo it can’t help but be noticed that the majority is mundane and lacks much entertainment value.  For research on the following tips I watched no less than 15 pages of Vimeo multicopter videos, I was in such despair I’d have gladly watched 24 hours of Eastenders back to back instead. Here’s our top 5 tips for making a UAV video that truly sucks: 1) […]