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Hello everyone, new to the forum and I must say extremely informative. I just purchased a Q500 plus as my first large Quad and I must say that I am very impressed. I was very fortunate to have flown some of my buddies birds, DJI, Chroma, 3Dr and I like my Q500+ Question on the camera, I am getting "ok" quality on the video it seems choppy and not with the really nice quality. I ordered a 10+SD card for the system as I was using some other micro SD's. have any of you experience this? -Also, are there any setting anywhere relative to the camera itself? Thanks, Elcid
I was looking for a place in this forum were you guys share your latest footage - showing how amazing the world looks from above. I want to get tips on better filming etc. Is there a forum here for that. Also what's the best 4K edit tool? my free Windows Live Movie maker can't do 4K which is a shame as the DJI I fly has that neat little 4K camera build in. Here's my snow film from VA after the 36" of snow at the weekend:
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Hello! I'm Paul and I am a coach at a college in Florida. I love the shots my DJI 3 gets at practice, but was told by our School of Aviation that it is considered a 'commercial' operation to video our own practices...which I find a bit of a stretch as we are not selling the videos. Does anyone have information that shows that using a drone to video practices (which is a million times safer than having a person stand in a chair lift and do it) is NOT a commercial use as the FAA sees it? There seems to always be ambiguity with the FAA but I don't see where it says that it is commercial to video your own practices at a college anywhere.