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Old May 16th, 2014, 11:01 PM   #16
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Re: First time flyer

Originally Posted by Chuck Spaulding View Post

I have no idea why DJI thought it was a good idea to provide a camera for the Vision 2+, it doesn't make sense. At least with a GoPro you can use it for a lot of different applications.
I personally think that it's a cost-effective solution for hobbyists who don't own a GoPro. A quadcopter with a 3-axis gimbal and decent camera for ~$1200 is a pretty good deal I think.

However for professionals, the Phantom 2 and a GoPro is the better choice.
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