Drones known as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV). Essentially, a drone is a flying robot. The aircraft may be remotely controlled or can fly autonomously through software-controlled flight plans in their embedded systems working in conjunction with GPS. Generally the multirotor drones sets 4, 6 or 8 rotor blades. Thanks to the softness in their movements they are ideal for professional drone services, photography and filming. These kind of drones are more suitable for flying “low-level”, up to 120 meters high, which are the legal limits.
These kind of drones offers the best stabilization, and can carry more load weight.
- Autonomy: Our electric system flight times go from 7 to 12 minutes for octocopter, and 20 to 30 minutes for quadcopter, depending upon payload and weather conditions. When the battery pack is almost exhausted, we land the drone and replace the exhausted battery packs with a fully charged set.
- Distance: Although the radio transmitter can reach several kilometers away, the legal limit is 500 meters from the takeoff point, to avoid losing eye contact.
- Max payload: The drone can load, cameras and lenses, up to 5 kg
- Height: The flight range is from 0 to 120 meters (legal limit).
- Max speed: It can reach 70 km/h.
- Safety: It has complex safety features to reduce the chances of accident in case of failures during flight.
Cablecam is a zip line system, using a single cable anchored between two points. It is controlled remotely, and uses a stabilizer 3 axis brushless gimbal for smooth footage. An operator controls the sliding speed of the Cablecam, and another operates the camera independently with wireless video signal. It is the best solution when drones meet safety or legal issues.
The system is widely used in events, because it is very safe. It requires two operators for accurate control.
- Weight: 3.500 grs. (without battery).
- Speed: It can reach 60 km/h
- Max payload: It can load, cameras and lenses, up to 5 kg
- Max inclination: 20%
The Hand Gimbal is a handheld system designed to stabilize cameras. Based on a system of three axes, the brushless motors regulated by a stabilizing complex software and electronic board, achieve revolutionary effects. It is usually used by hand by the camera operator, but can be modified for coupling to other systems such as drones or Cablecam, and be operated remotely.
This is the most developed and stable stabilizer. It is handled easy, but you need to know for accurate control:
- Weight: 2.500 grs.
- Autonomy: 50 – 70 minutes, depending upon payload. When the battery pack is almost exhausted, we replace the exhausted battery packs with a fully charged set.
- Max Payload: It can load, cameras and lenses, up to 5 kg
- Controls: This system can be operated by hand or remotely.