DJI's Phantom 2 Vision+ incorporates much of a couple hot topics these days, and that's a quadcopter, floating camera stabilization and action camera videography. The plus version of this quadcopter is really a step up from the Phantom 2 Vision with the introduction of a 3-axis gimbal.
The secret to shooting video sequences without compromising continuity of motion is to remain mindful — not of travel direction — but of screen direction. Maintaining screen direction in your video is a matter of relativity, not of reality.
Constantly using the same straight-on, eye-level camera angle shows a lack of imagination and can be pretty boring to watch. Employing varied camera angles can send shockwaves of feelings through your audience and give you the ability to pull their emotional and psychological strings like a puppeteer.
Add energy to your project by creating a custom whip pan transition (sometimes referred to as a swish pan). See how to get good results whether you pre-plan and shoot it right, or fake it in post production using static shots.