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Topic # 190849 14-Jan-2016 14:57
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Hey Guys,

Has anyone had any experiences with the DJI Osmo or the Yuneec action camera?

Or is there other options?

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  Reply # 1510203 9-Mar-2016 22:27
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Nah. I'd skip them completely, the camera in them is sh*tty! Tiny little sensor, poor lens, poor codec.

Buy instead a Came-TV Single (or any one of the many other alternatives out there,I have for instance a Nebula 4000 Lite) and put your real camera on it. 

 

 

 

http://www.came-tv.com/camesingle-3-axis-gimbal-camera-32bit-boards-with-encoders-p-673.html





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  Reply # 1525076 3-Apr-2016 09:57
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Probably a bit late to the game, but the Osmo's camera is the same as the Phantom 4, and non Pro Inspire range. There is tonnes of footage online if you search for Inspire one or phantom 4 rather then Osmo. At the end of the day, the sensors are tiny (point and shoot size), the video bit-rates low. If you can shoot in good light, they are not terrible, but shooting above 200ISO gets mushy and soft very fast on them.






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