I can see the new vernacular being added to our slanguage---Let's drone him---He got droned last night---You droning me?---I'm going to make drone meat out of you---How would you like a drone up your ---?
If a GoPro drone does appear, this would really cut into the sales of the 3DR Solo. The only reason to buy a Solo over a Phantom 3 is the Solo's claimed compatibility with the GoPro Hero 4 and Hero 3+ Black cameras.
Hmm. If GoPro are serious, then the first thing they need to do is fix their lens. The fisheye distortion was the first thing that I noticed on that clip. Apart from that, it was quite ordinary.
The greatest thing DJI's Phantom 3 Pro has over any of the other Quads is the Lightbridge system giving you crystal clear images from the camera up to 2km away.
I finally got adventurous enough to take my first couple of flights yesterday. Unfortunately, I forgot to hit the record button for the first couple. The third time I remembered. This is the result. The best part about this is the swallows trying to dive bomb the aircraft and the crazy dogs. Fortunately three of the Golden's were in another enclosure at the time:
1. Try to avoid quick turns on its own axis, this could make the Quad almost fall out of the sky (could result in high wobbles). When you turn it in it's own axis two of the motors (three in my case) are turning slower. So it is basically flying with two motors.
2. Avoid decending straight down, combine it with some forward or backward movement.
Otherwise the Quad could fall into it's own 'dirty air', turbulent downdraft.