Yea, for no gimbal, I thought the same. I'm just trying to figure out what camera they were using.Looked more stable than I would have imagined considering there was no gimbal. Would have been better to test in good light. It looks near dark in the video, car lights and street lights on. The camera was struggling to focus.
100% agree my friend.Demonstrates how it's only a matter of time til Yuneec or some third party offers a superior camera with gimbal...with or without zoom. It's one of my many reasons I chose the H over DJI.
Those you have linked are analog output, low resolution cameras. OK for FPV but not for creating good video.Sad Yuneec has not release a Zoom camera for H or Q since they already have one for the 920. Seems like they just do not here the market place customers. But then again the yuneec zoom camera is outrageously priced. I just cant see paying 3999.00 for a yuneec 18x zoom cam just to test too see if it works on H or Q drone. That is really over priced in the market of zoom cameras. Just as an example for that price you can get a heck of a good thermal imaging camera, actually 2 for that price.
Hmm....maybe I just found a niche to make money building zoom cameras and plug and play mounts for the Q H and 920 for say 500.00 a pop. Hmm.... lets see start with this:
or this one :
FPV Model Complete 10X Optical Zoom Camera in Plastic Case 3.9-39mm 700TVL (NTSC) 229.00
add a mount buy as replacement parts and put together 125.00 for all needed parts.
After assembly and testing max out of pocket say 300.00 to build. Sell on market place for 500.00 ready to slip on and install which looks just like the Yuneec zoom camera.
So how come 4000.00 for a yuneec zoom camera, or inspire etc... ?