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Old Apr 20, 2013, 10:21 PM
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Originally Posted by AlanGold View Post
It seems plenty of people do fly this way with gimbaled cameras. You certainly can tell if you are pushing the right stick forward. My guess is you get used to knowing if you are flying crooked or not and this mostly would be to fight the wind I would think... thus being OK too.
Originally Posted by Altimat View Post
I'm flying with the GoPro on this latest rebuild. Not seeing the attitude of the quad when flying FPV should not be an issue at all IMO. Flight is gyro controlled with auto-leveling and the quad does exactly what stick inputs tell it to do. I see no need for visual confirmation of attitude.
True, I guess for basic, simple, slow FPV flying in auto level mode where the FC is doing most of the work then the gimbal stabilized video from the GoPro would work okay. It would be good for making sure you're getting the shot you want, that's for sure.
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