FPV drones have been limited in the types of footage they can capture, unable to replicate what standard cinematography drones can create. The addition of a gimbal on a FPV drone allows it to seamlessly transition from dynamic “proximity” flying into more traditional (non-FPV) drone shots, and vice versa, as well as a whole new set of maneuvers exclusive to this new sub-system.
Examples of new capabilities:
- Coordinated camera angle and pitch movement to speed up, slow down, start moving backwards, etc. without moving the camera direction
- Pull Out
- “Standard” parallax
- Push Pull
- Bob and Weave – Up and down through obstacles
- Orbit to Pull Out