Exactly the same place I arrived at with that one.Sounds like he was being a smartass. Just pullin' your leg.
Exactly the same place I arrived at with that one.
As for the firmware, I have some pretty nice new additions functioning on my ST-16 that I really like. Indeed, part of the firmware upgrade was directed towards the Real Sense module but since that can be bought already installed on the Pro model or added by buyers of the "Standard" version on their own it makes sense to have all the ST-16's ready to accept the unit if the Standard users buy and install it. It does not make sense to have a two firmware versions running on ST-16's.
I don't know if I've been lucky or that most of the H users haven't had any trouble and haven't been vocal about their good experiences but from day one mine has worked fine. All the calibrations were easy and "took" the first time. Control functions have worked as advertised. Video is pretty good. Not perfect but I paid less for the H than I did for my a6000 and a couple lenses so I don't expect the H to deliver product better than an mirrorless camera costing more. I might just break down and give a shot to playing with the focal point, when I finallly stop having fun flying the darn thing. I doubt the camera on the H actually costs much over $100.00 to make but the gimbal is **** good.I built an 810 hex just to carry the a6000. By the time all was said and done, with a 3 axis gimbal that cannot perform as nicely as the one on the H I have a few thousand more in it than I paid for the H. Yuneec makes a product that will carry the weight of a high quality mirrorless but it costs a heck of a lot more than the H. If we want a low priced product we should expect some trade offs, especially with the first release.
For a first release of a new product it's doing ok. It could be like some earlier versions of something else that would roll over and destroy itself or take off never to be seen again. I fully expect this system to mature much more rapidly than the model I was just referencing. So we've had them a couple months and the first firmware update did some pretty nice things. I'm not complaining and in fact looking forward to learn what the next upgrades bring. This little thing is almost like steak on a beans budget.