Excuse me, could you please share which keys curve are edited mostly and some usages? TH480 supports all the keys curve edit and from my opinion not all of them are necessary.Expo curves are important for me on the TH480 although not sure if they're a nice to have or a requirement on the H Plus. I use Cruise Control with the D-Pads a lot for my video work. I'm willing to wait on the H Plus to mature.
The new Mavic Pro 2 has an interesting Hasselblad camera with variable aperture (might eliminate the bag of ND filters) but you can't swing it around 360" and raise the landing gear so its value is in its portability. You also get to see props in the video if you're not careful.
Autel keeps promising an EVO with a 1" sensor but I'll just keep an eye out for that. Another drone with strong portability.
It is an informative video for a novice like myself. I think his complaint isn't so much about the 4K as it is with advertising a 1" sensor which is only partially utilized.Still stranger is how does DJI claim a 4K video camera on the MP2 that isn't really shooting full 4K?
Thanks, it's really exciting usage. However edit curve of sticks also introduces some risk even crash, especially for newbie. Usually manufacturer prefers opening several curves nothing with flight safety.
That's manufacturer worries about, but maybe gimbal control curve edit is nice to have.IMHO, based on numbers just on this board, the number of people who have crashed or near crashed because of Smart Mode and it's idiosyncrasies, has to be a least 1000X more likely than as a result of making expo adjustments.
There’s always some risk when you’re changing settings like these. They’re not for the feint of heart or noobs. Always double or triple check to make sure you’ve executed the changes as described and that others have confirmed the instructions worked as described. It’s risky if you’re the first to try these out.
There’s not a competitive RC aerobatics flyer than does not make use of expo curves. For those that understand and know how to set it up, the feature is invaluable for establishing the control rate speeds that “feel” right for each user. Taking that to drones means a person with the know how can slew the rates/speed of execution for any stick or gimbal control position to one that best fits the users needs. But it’s not something for those that don’t understand how the controls work to be independently messing with.That's manufacturer worries about, but maybe gimbal control curve edit is nice to have.
It shows on Drones direct website as being in stock, but that's not to say it's right one.I don't see the H Plus price changing much, if at all, in the next 10 months. The C23 and E90 are the same camera and the price of the E90 hasn't budged, nor has the H520 which is 10 months older than the H Plus. There wasn't a drastic drop in price for the Q500 until the H was nearing release. And the H didn't drop much until the 520 was getting close to release. So until a new model is announced I don't expect much dropping of prices.
I also don't believe the C23 will ever be available for the H. It just doesn't make sense to put an expensive camera on a older model which is likely out of warranty. Considering the significant improvements of the Plus over the H I think it's just smarter to buy the package.
yes, is it on store just now or being there for a long time?It shows on Drones direct website as being in stock, but that's not to say it's right one.
Yuneec C23 Gimbal Camera with 1" CMOS Sensor for Typhoon H Plus YUNC23EU | Drones Direct