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#1 brooksrobinson

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Posted 15 September 2010 - 07:16 PM

I'm know there was a discussion a long time ago about flying the phantom on the rig but I'm wondering if things have changed. I just got called for a commercial using it, and I'm unsure how it will work with my XCS rig and HC batteries. How does the camera mount, and is normal low-mode possible? How bad are the cables? And the heat? Anything else to be concerned about. The camera is coming out of a rental house in Atlanta. Thanks in advance for the help.

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#2 Nikolay Kerezov

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Posted 16 September 2010 - 12:12 AM

Brooks,
I've fly PhantomHD a lot.No problems at all.The only think is that you must have power cable from your rig.
Down convert the video and go with normal transmitter to be cable free.Low mode is easy-just turn it upside-down.
I have posted pictures a wile back,but if you need some more just ask.
Best !
Nikolay
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#3 Nikolay Kerezov

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Posted 16 September 2010 - 12:12 AM

Brooks,
I've fly PhantomHD a lot.No problems at all.The only think is that you must have power cable from your rig.
Down convert the video and go with normal transmitter to be cable free.Low mode is easy-just turn it upside-down.
I have posted pictures a wile back,but if you need some more just ask.
Best !
Nikolay
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