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No, I can't do that yet. That's called 3D aerobatics and you need a very high degree of precision at the controls to fly like that. Before I would even begin, I would need to improve inverted and backward flying.
The 3D guys actually would not like to carry the extra weight of a camera. They do everything they can to keep the helicopter as light as possible with at the same time the strongest motors they can afford. And then there also is the little problem of needing heavy batteries to power those motors or live with rather short flight times.
However, you would probably be disappointed by a video of a 3D flight. I tried a few stall turns, combined with some pirouettes. All you get to see is a choppy sequence of images of the ground followed by the sky for a few times. The entire video of a 3D flight would look very much like that. a better camera with a higher frame rate will help a little, but I don't think it would be very pleasant to watch.
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