This is just a test I did with the latest 3D-mapping software of Drone Deploy. The map was taken with 18 pictures only. More tests with more pictures and other locations to follow. Drone deploy offers free trials and basic use for free which has some limitations. Check out the website: www.dronedeploy.com
Well, I have not been an enthusiast about Yuneec RTF (ready-to-fly) products such as the Thypoon Q500, because material quality appears to be cheap (soft plastic) and flight behavior as well as controls feel weird, especially when you are used to DJI products.
This might change: Yuneec recently launched the all-new Tornado H920 which is a professional-grade RTF filming drone capable of carrying a gimbal for Panasonic GH4. This sounds impressive and it would be the first RTF drone of its kind being able to carry a DSLR-type camera. Especially I like the fact that Yuneec offers the options to choose 3rd party cameras which for example DJI does not do anymore for their RTF products. Furthermore, the drone material seem to be made of carbon fiber which means a significant improvement in product quality.
The MSRP is $3499, and it comes with a mobile stabilizer that looks like a Ronin-M. Thus, it seems you get a lot of value for your money. More information to follow if I get the opportunity to test it.
Official Website: Yuneec Tornado H920
Tune in today, for a live web-chat with GoPro's Abe Kislevitz, Chris Benchetler , and John Jackson from Mammoth! They'll be talking behind the scenes from their Japan shoot (Youtube video below) and anything else they feel like riffing about!
Come hang and ask some questions!
Link: GoPro live chat 12/3/2015 @3:30pm PST