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DJI Phantom 2 Vision+ Unveiled with Built-in 3-Axis Gimbal
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April 7, 2014
2:21 am
Eric Reagan
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Phantom Vision 2 Plus

The DJI Phantom 2 Vision+ was announced at NAB this week and upgrades the previous Phantom 2 Vision with the complete package of quadcopter, camera and gimbal.

The Phantom 2 Vision+ is equipped with a 1080/30p video camera and 14MP stills camera – with DNG raw file support. Overall, it appears to be the…

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April 7, 2014
6:43 am
Darren Kelly
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Great! Another piece of DJI garbage to flyaway and cost people real $$.

DON"T BUT ONE!

Come on Eric, how can you promote these guys when you have so many people on your web site that have lost one. There are 64 posts on a previous piece, most complaining of a flyaway.

Do the world a favour, and remove this story

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April 7, 2014
7:55 pm
Eric Reagan
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Darren, I'm just covering the news here at NAB and this is news.

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April 7, 2014
11:00 pm
Darren
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Eric,

There's a ton of news at NAB where the product is not proven to be defective and cost the user thousands.

Say what you want, you are promoting their products, and potentially doing a disservice to your loyal readers.

In the history of your Blog, you have never had 64 people comment on a story. Don't you owe them a little courtesy?

Do what you like, it's your Blog

D

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April 8, 2014
3:24 am
Eric Reagan
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The Vision+ is pretty big news at NAB. If there are problems with it, I will cover that as well. I'm not going to ignore industry news because there are potential problems with the products. If that were the case, I'd be wiping out a ton of product lines from coverage on Photography Bay.

Canon and Nikon DSLRs have had their fair share of problems over the years (e.g., Canon 1D Mark III and Nikon D600). By your reasoning, I should no longer cover Canon and Nikon cameras.

You are free to voice your opinion (and I welcome you to do so), but we will have to disagree on this subject.

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