Originally Posted by RedSky
Hi Pablo, the PJ760 works but the camera does not stabilise in roll so in some ways the result is a bit disappointing, although the pitch stabilisation is excellent and the pan stablisation of the camera does a good job in smoothing out directional movement of the airframe. Also, there is more vibration with my set up (14 inch props) with the PJ760 than with the NEX-5N, probably to do with the camera being mounted by the tripod screw rather than the lens mount clamp on the NEX-5N.
Overall, I've not followed up any more with the experiment as the PJ760 was expensive and would be pretty fragile in a crash or even heavy landing compared with the NEX-5N which is super tough.
Thanks, that information is very valuable, so i can concentrate to others problems. I'm looking to use the PJ760 mostly because the use of Zoom. Some people are using the zoom while fly, that was a great funcion to AP and AV.
I will look to other solution frame and gimbal to use with PJ760.