First of all - this vid has no real landing - rather a crash. I was lucky enough and my twinstar with its brand new cameramount was not damaged. I'm not really sure what happend - easiest explanation would be a bad piloting, a stall during the too hard and too low turn. It could also be that one of the motors had a failure - this wouldn't be that great. After the crash I could successfully test the plane. Second problem (which is also visible): the cam settings have to be improved. Maybe it's because of me using only 8,4v instead of the recommended 10-12v. I'll check this first.
Update: now I tried 12v (a small Kokam 3cell 310mah lipo) and the cam works fine - so don't use less than 10v - quality and automatic lighting will suffer from low voltage! So this was no real FPV flying because you can see that the sunlight could really bother you with this settings. - Please choose your own music - I was too lazy :-) Btw. the oakmountain is named "Eichberg" in german.