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ZEBRAWORKZ

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ZEBRAWORKZ last won the day on August 5 2012

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  1. i fly multirotors for 3 years now, all custom made to keep the weight low. Right now i'm flying a hexacopter with a gh4 and a 3 axis brushlessgimbal, 2 man setup with just 4,6kg takeoffweight (battery included) I think the inspire 1 is a nice setup for people who already have some experiences with the phantom or similar. If you think the helping system for indoor flying makes it easy indoors, try it by yourself. Sure it will not drift away if you let the sticks go but flyng inddor needs a lot of training. If you coming closer to walls or objects you get easily in panic because you won't crash your 3000$ drone. so you push the sticks to move the drone away from the wall. Now guess you turned the drone, then the sticks are reversed. So if you push to the left you fly to the right. That will cause a crash right into the wall you don't want to hit because your head goes crazy. Thats why practice is important. learned it the hard way ;) But if you mastered the basics and have some confidence then the inspire is great because you have everythign build in. And if you got to a level where you not satisfied with the camera you can move to the bigger ones. Its awesome to fly fast with a gh4 at 50mm focal lenght, following cars, etc... And don't forget to inform yourself about the permissions and everything. Otherwise it will make things more and more complicated for professionals. Because more and more people flying their phantoms without permission and in areas where its pretty dangerous like close to airports, over people, in the city... not a good idea. Makes it harder to get permissions! And Andrew, if you need information where to fly in berlin, let me know. Berlin is special, inside the Ringbahn you not even get a permission if you ask for one. So better don't try to fly there ;) Tempelhofer Flughafen is a grey area, so better stay where the other rc guys are flying. cheers Marcus
  2. Hi Guys, just want to show you some car 2 car footage of the A7s i got last week. Filmed with a selfbuild brushless gimbal, canon 24-105 on a speebooster in aps-c cropmode. I'm pretty happy with this camera. if somebody want to see the real quality, here is the original file: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/1127100/zebraworkz/mydriver_car_to_car_selects.mp4?dl=1 cheers Marcus
  3. i did some 96fps filming in Berlin with a Skateboarder and my selfmade handheld gimbal. it's not that detailed than the fs700 slowmotion, but i like to have the possiblity to have 96fps in such a small body
  4. i found the videoquality of the gh3 still a bit better then the a6000. what would be interesting is how would the a6000 preform with the new anounced atomos ninja star. I defenatly love the finer grain of the a6000 and the more detail. overall color and feel of the picture is nicer then my gh3. but the sharpness is still not gh3 like, for me. Could be possible because i had a preproduction model. so share some videos ;)
  5. for the guys who doesn't want to download. here the a7r - a6000 footage maybe i will get the rx10 and ax100 for testing it for aerial filming. hopefully i can try out the a7s :)
  6. i was also surprised by the a6000. got the chance to filmed some aerials with it in arizona in february. first you see some aerials of the a7r to compare. Edit: sorry, looks like dropbox traffic is exceeded. i uploaded it on google drive: hope that works: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BzhRNx6HFJXvR0ItT1lFTDlfQVk/edit?usp=sharing
  7. no that doesn't solve my issue. Because i want to fly 300-500meters away. I guess the wifi doesn#t work on that range properly.
  8. Hi Andrew, as you said, it's a perfect cam for aerial filming. But does it have live HDMI out while recording? Doesn't have to be hdmi, composite is also okay, but needs to be active while recording. otherwise it's almost useless for aerial work. I was a bit disappointed that the gx7 and the g6 doesn't have live video out while recording. So i'm using the GH3 now. But something lighter with same or better quality is always good :)
  9. Can't wait to use it on my Hexacopter :) perfect for that. And also for a small Brushless Handgimbal Setup.
  10.   this would work a the beginning, but i'm flying in ranges up to 500meters away. the wifi didn't handle that. also i could make inteferences with my rc remote because it's also using 2,4ghz.
  11. no problem. amazon is very good in taking stuff back :) the lcd is great for filming, but when you want to have a live picture while your gx7 is up in the air on your multikopter you want to see what you are filming. and that's only possible with a video output. on this we connect a vieo transmitter to send the videosignal down to our external monitor. i could use a small fpv cam and put it beside the gx7 but when changing the focal lenght you don't have the same framing. last possiblity is to point the small fpc cam on the gx7s lcd display. but this will make things bulkier.   Marcus
  12. f**k, the gx7 has the same problem then the g6. no hdmi live output. same for the video out. looks like i read some wron informations :( have to send it back.
  13. I ordered the GX7 now. they say it has live hdmi out and videoquality should be similar to the gh3. but no higher bitrates. but i can live with it if the quality is like the g6. I will tell you when i did the first test, hopefully tomorrow.
  14.   right. my solution will be to use a fpv camera and place it behind the screen. that's the only way i can use the camera in the air.
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