An introduction to the exciting, new world of unmanned aerial vehicles.
Flight times: Average flight times are provided for all our systems based on a payload equivalent to an industry standard camera like the Canon 5D.
Payload: The total amount of weight that you wish to elevate will have be a major factor in deciding which craft is bet suited for your needs.
Live-View transmission: There are several means of transmitting the images that are being captured by the camera down to a ground based viewing station or virtual goggles.
Camera Mount: This is the area where your equipment will be mounted. Size, and weight are factors to help determine which one best suits your needs
Mount opening: This represents the camera pods max dimensions for your camera or sensor
Shutter Release: This is a means of triggering your camera’s shutter from a your remote location. It can be a simple after market item or a complete system using your RC controller.
UAV: Industry abbreviation for “ unmanned aerial vehicle”
UAS: Industry abbreviation for “ unmanned aerial system”
Case Size: This refers to the fortified aluminium case manufactured to the specific size for each model of craft and is included with your system.
Jib: This term is recognized in the movie/film industry as a ground based, manually operated crane to elevate and manipulate cameras