Camera is still fixed and not transmitting video at this point, only recording.
Jello in the beach clip was clearly due to the 1080/30fps setting. 720/60 is great, but I wonder if 960/48 isn't as good? Will give better video snapshots, at least. 1080's still frames look great, but behold the severe heat-haze in video. Pleasing results from the 720 and 960 settings, just puzzling that neither can be set to narrow view.
Kwyji~3 is a Wookong~M flight-controlled F450 quadcopter with 2814-11 SunnySky motors and Graupner 10"x5 props. It flies like a dream on 4S batteries, extremely responsive and powerful. Here I have two 3000 mAh Turnigy nanotech 4S, 25-50C batteries in parallel and that's getting the full-kit flying for about 14 minutes, aggressively at times, and evidently in pretty stiff winds (~20 knots in this vid).
The flamewheel is a great trainer and I'll keep flying it to learn FPV. This sucker has survived horrible things and, while I haven't crashed for many flights now, I still depend on it to survive the FPV education. After which it's time for a rigid, carbon fiber F1...... The Flamewheel's hardiness has been amazing, though, and I can imagine keeping one going forever. It's the kind that can occasionally pick itself up from a crash, if you wind up upright. There will always be applications for it.
I should add, the GoPro has survived all the horrors with kwyj as well. Mighty, mighty little device it is. It has watched props splinter past in their dozens and kept on being magnificent. Am I gushing? Yep. It's gaspfully great-looking video from something that looks like it came from a 1980s Spy showbag. While one glances at the imitators as they come along, it's hard to imagine anyone matching GoPro for toughness. If someone would like to pay me to say these things, please do. In firmware with narrow view, 720p 60fps video, perchance?