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    Junior Member Chapelton's Avatar
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    A Pair of Jaguars in 1st Cut

    Had another go with the quadcopter last week when we had two SPFHs on the go.


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    Re: A Pair of Jaguars in 1st Cut

    Very impressive

    Is it controlled through an iPhone or a conventional twin joystick controller?

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    Re: A Pair of Jaguars in 1st Cut

    You're getting really good at the camera angles and movement!
    Interesting to see slits still visible from the earlier slurry injection.

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    Re: A Pair of Jaguars in 1st Cut

    Plenty of "professional cameramen" would be pleased with that - Very impressed.

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    Re: A Pair of Jaguars in 1st Cut

    Thanks everyone.

    Bread_Boy - Fairly standard controller. I have no idea what it's filming until I take the card out.

    4wd - The slots will probably still be there until Autumn but we're pretty wet round here so there's no problem injecting every year. Lots of little lamb feet also do a good job of knitting them up when hey get on after 2nd cut.
    I've added a little gadget to the bottom that allows me to fly sideways while keeping the camera level and backwards/forwards without changing the pitch. There's still plently of rubbish footage you haven't seen though!

    There's a couple more here for those of you who hadn't seen them:
    http://www.youtube.com/user/ChapeltonBeefSires

    Cheers

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    Re: A Pair of Jaguars in 1st Cut

    Great video, I enjoyed that!

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    Re: A Pair of Jaguars in 1st Cut

    Quote Originally Posted by Chapelton View Post
    Thanks everyone.

    Bread_Boy - Fairly standard controller. I have no idea what it's filming until I take the card out.

    4wd - The slots will probably still be there until Autumn but we're pretty wet round here so there's no problem injecting every year. Lots of little lamb feet also do a good job of knitting them up when hey get on after 2nd cut.
    I've added a little gadget to the bottom that allows me to fly sideways while keeping the camera level and backwards/forwards without changing the pitch. There's still plently of rubbish footage you haven't seen though!

    There's a couple more here for those of you who hadn't seen them:
    http://www.youtube.com/user/ChapeltonBeefSires

    Cheers
    if you have no idea how are you turning the thing about and getting the action shots then?

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    Re: A Pair of Jaguars in 1st Cut

    Quote Originally Posted by Chapelton View Post
    Thanks everyone.

    Bread_Boy - Fairly standard controller. I have no idea what it's filming until I take the card out.

    4wd - The slots will probably still be there until Autumn but we're pretty wet round here so there's no problem injecting every year. Lots of little lamb feet also do a good job of knitting them up when hey get on after 2nd cut.
    I've added a little gadget to the bottom that allows me to fly sideways while keeping the camera level and backwards/forwards without changing the pitch. There's still plently of rubbish footage you haven't seen though!

    There's a couple more here for those of you who hadn't seen them:
    http://www.youtube.com/user/ChapeltonBeefSires

    Cheers
    Is the vid with the Claas and Kuhn took in the big hill fields on rhs of main road on way to Springholm? Looks a bit familiar as I used to travel that road 2 or 3 times a week when a boy. Not been on it for years unfortunately.
    Last edited by Ulscots; 29-06-13 at 01:03 PM.

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