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I’ve got the Canon Eos R and still do love it, and I am thinking about to buy the Atomos Ninja V! Would be nice if you can compare the Canon Eos R+Ninja V to the Canon R6 (and maybe Canon R5). The difference and benefits? ✨ it’s a bit to expensive these days to buy a new camera 🙂
That Intro oooooh😍😍😍
I’m waiting for the day DJI decides to create these drones instead of us having to build it.
thanks!! x 1000
Good sound advice 👌🏻 a simulator requires a computer with a decent graphics card ! A tiny whoop would be a good alternative , crash it over and over it will keep flying 👍🏻
GREAT concise FPV breakdown as i’ve google plenty of timed how to get started and the results either was confusing for me or confusing and lengthy. Have to say you guys get to the point quickly. Good job
I also have to point out that you’d need to pay a little more attention with the edits, ive notices 2 flash fields/frames first at 3:08 then something funky around 9:58.
Can’t be promoting editing classes with simple editing errors. Again love the video and excited to start mt fpv journey, thanks
two things i would add, buy two drones, flying with just one crash ending your day is impossible, secondly, everybody and i mean everybody in this hobby is being helped by and helping somebody else, even joshua bardwell. so just ask somebody.
$1500 including the GoPro or without the GoPro?
Disagree..building easy. And you’ll have to learn soon anyways. Stock tunes work great. Cost less and better parts. 30×30 stack easy soldering. And dji is easy builds.. first flight with BNF wreck..broke.. not under warranty. Great hobby!! Have a blast if new! Find small channle that flys everyday..they will help you in a heart beat. 💪💪👊👊
You finally did it! 1M subscribers!! Congratulations 🎉
That roller coaster shot was amazing. 9:20
How big is the difference in speed between the Cinewhoop and Cinematic Quadcopter?
Dear Parker., I’m using 11pro for my vlogs and editing and using iPhone music only. Can you please give me suggestions that I can use more music for my videos from my phone. Have you done any video on it? Please give me the link if any?
I need one ❤️😘❤️❤️😘😘😘😘
Watching Johnny fpv for a long time
Don’t bother getting into fpv unless you want to fully understand the hobby, meaning building, fixing and lots of practice, these things are nothing like a Mavic or other DJI drones and require lots of time, patience and somewhat of a technical problem solving mind.
The biggest biggest problem at the moment are influences suggesting people to buy ready to fly fpv drones, this is one way to get into and out of the hobby very quickly. The issue with this is things break all the time and whist it might seem the easy way out buying pre made you will never understand how to fix it.
I have had several mates get into fpv with the idea that they just want to buy pre made and not worry about the technical side. I think their drones are in a box some place with dust on them.
Also If you want to get decent footage you really need to be flying from a minimum of 2 years, Johhny and steel and all these guys make it look easy but decades of practice and many builds later.
My advice would be to go down to a local fpv club and see what its about before you spend money, its really not for everyone.
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thank you man very interesting
It is good to show options such as ‘low-end’ up to ‘high-end’. Nice.
This is probably addressed somewhere in the 150-some comments, but I wanted to say that a person can use any controller and still get DJI HD FPV…(even controllers that are shaped a lot like game controllers). Now in the long run I’m not saying that is for SURE the right path to go down, but the DJI controller itself is $300…there are many good controllers available for a lot less $$ that can be combined with a DJI HD air unit and DJI headset, for less money than going all-DJI.
Also, while practicing FPV by looking at the computer screen is necessary with the DJI headset (because it doesn’t have an HDMI input), a person COULD practice FPV while WEARING a headset if they chose a different headset that DOES offer an HDMI input. This is probably more aimed at folks who will go down the analog road (as there are many headsets for analog that also have an HDMI input), so cost-wise, while STAYING analog is overall cheaper, and offers the ability to practice FPV with the headset on, if a person wanted to eventually go digital, their analog headset would probably just sit on the shelf (or of course could be sold).
was just recommended your channel from Twitter… they were right. Your channel is very well done!