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Your question might not be too much related to the aircraft, but more about the level of the gimbal movement freedom and controllment. Here is the phenogram diagram for your reference. UAV -- Hardware -- Quadcopter -- With Gimbal & Camera -- Gimbal mode: Free \_ Gimbal mode: Follow ...


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FPV is a specific build and is NOT a good choice for your application. The primary use for FVPV drones is chase, which could be for pleasure, could be business, etc. If you want to chase animals, perfect fit. A typical race or freestyle drone is ALL POWER and short battery life. Even adjusting pitch and KV you will still have shorter flights than a non-FPV. ...


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I'd say that yes, it is a category (although you can also FPV a plane or car too) IMHO, FPV (or race) drones have fixed cameras and are flown entirely by the camera. The alternative are photography drones, which have a gimbaled camera. The gimbal isolates the camera from the movement and attitude of the drone, which gives steadier video and the choice of ...


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ifconfig's answer is probably what you're looking for, but I thought this might help answer your question: FPV is more a category of drones than a way to fly them. For example, you can fly any drone (speaking generally) smooth and slow, or perform sharp maneuvers, depending on what you feel like. Regardless of how a drone is built or what type of components ...


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I'm not sure I entirely understand what you're specifically asking about when you say "is FPV a category of drones", but here's my answer: Fundamentally, all FPV (First Person View) means is that the pilot maneuvers by using some sort of camera feed from the drone. It is true that this often requires that the drone have special hardware (e.g. ...


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