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Old 03-23-2014, 04:20 PM
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Hello guys!


Seamus here, and surprisingly not, i have taken interest into multirotors as it is the new craze lol. So i was glued on the 350QX for a few weeks, then i began to notice people bugging about it having shaking problems flown forward at a bit of speed, I did not favour this as i do want my multirotor to be stable and smooth for aerial filming/photography and not overly expensive.


Moving on, The only quadcopter i have been looking at to build was the SK450 by hobbyking. I liked this as it seemed fairly stable and its a build, which i prefer to purchasing one. So can you please give me your thoughts on this multirotor for aerial filming/stability.


I hadn't caught attention on any other quadcopter, this is where i'd like the community to help me out to decide what i should go for.


I did look at flitetest.com 's tricopter v2.6 . But i'm not into the tri-copters as i am into quadcopters.


So thank you very much for reading this thread and i do hope that i get many suggestions as i'd like to be purchasing soon


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If you want commercial quality video you are not going to be into an inexpensive setup. You will need a brushless gimbal to smooth out the jerkiness of movement and a video downlink to make sure you are getting the shot. Anything short of a gimbal system and the best you can do is put together a rig for still photos.
This is a good article about it: http://cameradojo.com/2014/03/26/get...l-photography/
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