Great video... I'm currently contemplating if I should buy the 3 Standard in a couple of months, or save up and buy a 4 later. Really want to get started though. More for aerial photography than video. How are you finding the Standard?
I am new to this and that is why I went with the standard as its half the price of the bigger models. Flying is very easy as it maintains its high and position without you. If you where to get into aerial Photography the Advance, Pro or even the Phantom 4 has dedicated buttons on the controller for taking video and images which the standard model does'nt. I will say the Standars mode has longer flight times than the Advance or Pro but by 3-4 mins.
The Standard version doesn't have a screw off lens cover which you can then replace with ND filters sold locally (only the Advance, Pro has the screw off lens cover). You will need to possibly import a ND filter that can slide over the camera front.
http://www.caa.co.za/Pages/RPAS/Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems.aspx
SA has a height limit of 150 ft or 45m as per the CAA and there is another link on page 1 which basically says you can't fly most places