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| p.2 #3 · Camera for quadcopter? |
All the lightweight action cams have fisheye. I have mobius, gopro, and drift hd and prefer the mobius because of weight/cost. You can deal with the fisheye in post. I have also flown my RX100 which has better quality w/o fisheye but more weight and the crash factor made me very nervous. I can buy a
"Crash factor" is almost nonexistant if you have a modern quad with the different stabilization features and don't try to do anything too daring or reckless. Learn at your own pace, and always stick with the starter or beginner modes of flight when you have expensive gear on your quad. Minimize time spent near the ground, takeoff and landing is really the most dangerous part. Don't stay too close to the ground, ground-effect (especially over terrain) is where most accidents happen today; people trying to get in too low or too close to terrain that can affect your craft in weird ways; at a low altitude where you and the auto-stabilization have little time to recover or adjust for an anomaly.
Phantom, 350QX, today even the small modern quads today have a 'starter' mode that can be flown by just about anyone; I've flown my 350QX in moderate wind (15mph, 25mph gusts) and still found it to be perfectly stable.