yes, Yuneec at least you come out a better camera and ensure the camera quality for those who want to upgrade to replace the CGO3+Yaaasssss
Yuneec, give us something we can use! Spend the extra $ on quality check assurance for the CGO3+! 50/50 chance of unfocused or focused is pure bull crap for a $1,299.99 retail item.
Holy mackerel you DO realize this camera is NOT for the P4, right?? Please compare apples with apples!
To a degree I agree with you in respect to photography however, other uses such as certain types of inspection, law enforcement work it would be very useful.That camera also has digital zoom after a certain point where the optical zoom capability ends. That is pretty useless.
I totally agree Wilsonflyer. The Typhoon H as a craft deserves higher end options for it's payloads.I, for one, think the H aligns more with the Inspire from a CRAFT standpoint. To me, that makes it apples to apples. I think too many people compare the H to the Phantom by using price point as the standard as opposed to the aircraft itself. From a DESIGN standpoint, the H is a magnitude beyond the Phantom, which is essentially a souped-up 350QX which many of us were flying 5 years ago. Same old. Same old, except the camera and software.
Just telling it like it is. FWIW and BTW, I own all of them, including a P3 and a P4.
I would if it got the right results, the price of the craft is irrelevant for me it is just a tool to get a camera where I want it and a very good tool at that.That camera is $900 on its own. How many are going to pay $900 for a camera upgrade on a $1300 multirotor?
Law enforcement could work. Inspection? Depends on how critical the image is in order to see precisely what is being inspected.To a degree I agree with you in respect to photography however, other uses such as certain types of inspection, law enforcement work it would be very useful.
Very true, yet ALL cameras should function correctly and be fine tune inspected as well as held to a certain standard of quality imaging from the factory. Otherwise your product is inferior to the competitors'.No one camera is going to suit everyone's needs, that is really the bottom line at least IMO.