Qiyun New DJI Phantom 2 with Zenmuse H3-3d 3-axis Gimbal and Gopro Hero 3+ Black Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
I found instructions to be lacking - a very basic fold out for an expensive piece of equipment. No where does it warn you that you can't do first person view with the included camera and drone. If you try to use the GoPro app on an iPhone - crash & burn. You'll lose the ability to control the drone as they operate on the same frequency (so why were the put together as a package in the 1st place??) I got the majority of training & other instructions via the web. Rather a large waste of time.
I had an issue with the camera 'bobbing' while I was flying. Returned it to the seller who quickly responded - there is an 'anti-interfearance' circuit board that needed to be plugged in and installed with double sided tape on the bottom of the drone. Classy workmanship for an expensive piece of equipment. Of course there was no mention of this in the assembly instructions - had to find this out via YouTube b
Taking pictures is a huge problem as you can't be sure where the camera is pointing. Unless you want to spring an additional $500 to upgrade to the FPV option. This also makes it difficult to fly as you have to have eyes-on the drone at all times.
Save your money on this. There are plenty of used Phantom 2 out there with cameras for less than half the amount I paid. Now I know why....
You gotta get one...even if just to screw around.
The copter is fairly robust yet lightweight. The Zenmuse H3-3d gimbal is probably the most fragile thing there so if this is your first time flying, I would recommend you fly WITHOUT the gimbal and GoPro a few time to get the hang of landing, taking off, and in the air flying controls. The only issue I have is the USB ribbon cable and connector from the gimbal to the GoPro is extremely flimsy and sensitive. To my knowledge, this is not needed especially if you are not adding a FPV setup to the mix. If you do install it and break it they are only about 5 bucks to fix (http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1053706-REG/dji_part56_output_connection_cable_for.html).
When first purchased, I questioned myself, "Why in the world is this possibly worth over 1300 dollars?" Once you fly it and see how easy it can be to fly, then you will understand that DJI has meticulously implemented the algorithms into this device to make it dead simple and precise to fly. Fly forward at 30 to 35+ MPH and let off the stick and watch it halt to a stop with the GPS. Do complex aerial shots with practice.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought the drone.Is it ready to fly?What I have to do if not?
I returned it. Doesn't give the option of seeing what the camera sees without an additional $548 controller. Also required putting together the gimbal and camera assembly. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Alan Cantor
Where to start? Well perhaps with the quad itself. Go to photography bay's website and read the insurmountable accounts of fly aways. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Keith W.
I purchased a Phantom II and several add-ons. I spent over a month learning and practicing proper piloting skills. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Karen Carre
Phantom flys great.....Gimbal went whacko have sent
It in for repair....disappointed that no vision was installed with this package!
Just received my new phantom two with H3-3d 3axis Gimbal and Gopro Hero3+black and was I disappointed!! Read morePublished 24 months ago by Monty M Powers