I make videos.
"Today I was biking through the woods really fast, and the Phantom was following me..." Would anyone really find someone sitting down on a bike pedaling on a paved path interesting?
The video reminded me of the Artisanal Firewood video.
The only time I've really had issues with the Arrow is when it's trying to send a signal through a cinder block wall or in a convention center and I want to send a signal probably 200 feet. 200 feet might be it's limit or it could be that there were lots of other RF signals bouncing around.
For how I usually use it, sending a signal 50 feet or less line of site it's never let me down.
I do know that you'll run into problems if you use a battery on the Arrow receiver that doesn't put out 2.1 amps through USB. I tried a 1 amp USB battery pack once and it seemed like it wouldn't keep a connection for more than 5 or 10 minutes.
I definitely will. Spending $400 is a bargain if it can pull off some hyperlapses I couldn't with warp stabilizer.
Any chance on a CS6 version?
So the dad died using the hover cart thing?
Just buy a Magic arm, super clamp, and camera platform.