AIRVŪZ STAFF NOTE :
The nature trail featured in this video isn’t your average trail. It climbs through the vine covered trees, like the ultimate tree fort for any adventurer in the park. FPV pilot and cinewhooper Banner_Drones takes us through the nature trail, creating a line through the trees that makes you feel like you’re a character in the movie Jumanji. Find out more about the pilot in his description’s “Daily Background” piece.
Description: A while back cinewhooping a nature trail. Wasn't as easy as it looks. Daily Background So like the majority of newbies that started back then you'd buy those high tvl cameras and dont realize that you arent getting that high tvl on an analog system. So you get more latency for nothing. My first camera was 1000 tvl and the second one was 1200tvl sony which had like 200ms of latency. This was a huge delay and I was always wondering why the 1200tvl camera drone felt so much weirder than the 1000tvl drone. Later on I found out about higher tvl cameras having more latency so i stuck to the 600tvl cameras. So in the beginning my drones would just fall out of the air out of nowhere sometimes. Most of it was that I was not using good solder equipment and the wires back then werent all silicone. Instead we had some crap wires shieldings melt off when youd solder to them. This would cause shorts a lot of the time. I fried a lot of equipment, mainly cameras. All in all I learned a lot from building my own racing drones. So I flew without an hd camera for like 6 months and then the runcam 3 came out. It was decent but the quality wasnt there and I was so use to flying without an extra 70 grams. Later on the runcam split came out and i sold the runcam 3 and used the money to buy a runcam split. I thought the runcam split was going to revolutionize the hobby but boy was I wrong. It doesnt have much of a good quality, may say 1080p but its probably the lowest version of 1080p you could find. That and it had a lot of delay. So I flew the runcam split for like 6 months and then got a gopro session 5. Well thats enough for todays background.