Phantom 3 Standard’s gimbal, which is attached to a physical shock-absorber system, keeps the video rock-steady.Both drones make you point the drone in the direction of the video you want to shoot, but Phantom 3 Standard lets you independently control the vertical tilt of the camera via a small dial on the remote control.
At Im Live you'll find exactly who you're looking for.If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.If you are at an office or shared network, you can ask the network administrator to run a scan across the network looking for misconfigured or infected devices. After that, the majority of setup is on the software and connectivity side, but first you’ll want to charge up the battery, which you do while it’s outside the drone and using the proprietary charger, and the book-sized remote control, which charges with a standard micro-USB charger.Before I finished setting up the connection between the Drone and the RC and my phone, which I planned to use as drone’s viewfinder and control panel, I considered the drone itself.I personally use a Zoom H4n audio recorder and Rode’s excellent NTG-3 microphone.However, this is extra equipment and expense, and demands a lot of extra time and expertise when editing.So, you are now the owner of a mydlink Wi-Fi Camera. You have your camera, your power adapter and your Ethernet cable. Well, let’s make sure you meet the minimum requirements to set up your camera.Open up your quick install guide (this is for one of our standard Wi-Fi Cameras, most set ups are similar, but you can find your specific camera here) and make sure that your computer falls within the necessary standards to run your camera.For simpler straight-to-camera recording, Rode’s Video Mic Pro has kept the superb sound of its older brother and packed it into a much smaller package.The smaller size naturally has its conveniences; it’s much harder to snag the microphone and takes up less room when packed.