It cracks me up that the video is already attracting a bunch of down-votes. The hate is strong...
They don't give a continuous video feed from the H camera to see how the actual footage looks. It's removed in lots of places.Can you give an example of where you think the video is trying to hide something?
Just because they don't have the H camera inset everywhere doesn't mean they are trying to hide something -- you can see the Typhoon's movement from the the vantage point of the second drone.They don't give a continuous video feed from the H camera to see how the actual footage looks. It's removed in lots of places.
True, the flight path isn't as smooth as in the video that Yuneec released earlier this month. That could be due to Thomas trying to bait the Typhoon into flying into obstacles though. Flying smoothly around the large trees would require early changes in the flight path, something that the chosen Follow Me distance may not have allowed for.It looks like the H makes very sudden, jerky changes to the flight and comes to a halt very often, rather than the smooth, intelligent flight path in the official announcement video. The props and arms showing in the video reflect the jerky movements.
I believe the RealSense H is released in several European places. This video is not a pro job, IMO. These guys have other vids on Utube. This video uses 3 cams, the subject RealSense H, someone on the ground, and another copter up high, and switches between them. As the RealSense surveys obstacles and decides a direction of travel, the drone does pause, turn this way or that so that RealSense always faces front. This may appear "jerky", but I doubt that the video is jerky.
WF may be referring to :38 seconds in, as a cut occurs when the RS H avoids a small tree, and appears to drift toward a large tree on the left. Given the overall context, I do not think that indicates deceit. They could have easily edited that out.
The DJI Inspire went down some $1000 in price recently. As I said earlier we will all benefit from the competition. The market is exploding right now, and both companies should also benefit. More volume = lower prices and innovation.