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The Fleet

Advanced Aircraft Professional Images

Our primary aircraft are Typhoon H class 6 rotor hexacopter designs. The safety and stability offered by this hexacopter design is unmatched by conventional 4 rotor designs. Typhoon H’s can fly in higher winds than conventional 4 rotor aircraft, even able to fly with the loss of a rotor! This would bring down a conventional 4 rotor aircraft. The additional safety of redundant rotor systems further reduces the risk involved when operating aircraft over your property. We take safety and risk very seriously.


typhoon h plus

This advanced 6 Rotor hexacopter design aircraft is our primary imaging vehicle. Powerful enough to handle 30 MPH winds, this bird will fly when others are grounded. The C23 camera system has a 1”, 20MP CMOS sensor capable of delivering images in stunning detail. From Hi-Definition Images (5472x3648) to 4K video (4096x2160) at 24-60 fps, this aircraft and camera can deliver quality that will meet every need. We have enough batteries to keep flying over 2 hours before needing to recharge, and for extended use we can charge batteries onsite for nearly non-stop flying all day.


typhoon h pro

This advanced, 6 Rotor hexacopter design aircraft is our secondary and backup aircraft. A little smaller than the H+, it can handle winds up to 18MPH. The CGO3+ camera system is a 12MP 1/2.3” sensor camera able to capture Hi-Definition Images (3840x2160) and 4K video (3840x2160) at 30 fps. It can use the same batteries as the H Plus so similar flight times can be expected. The camera is not quite as advanced as the C23 on the H Plus, but it still produces amazing images and video.


mavic air

Yes, your eyes aren’t playing tricks on you. I bought this little guy to be a “Personal Selfie Fun Drone”, an easily deployable pocket drone I can take anywhere. With Gestures, you don’t even need a controller to fly it! Turns out this little guy is an amazing aircraft. It’s super small, nimble and easy to control. It has the same type camera sensor as the Typhoon H Pro and can produce similar images and video. In addition to being my daily flyer fun drone, I use it to scout locations before bringing in the big guns. It’s also fantastic for difficult to get shots, like UNDER a tree canopy looking down through branches, or INSIDE a structure for dramatic angles and shots. Although it can’t produce the stunning quality images of the C23 equipped Typhoon H Plus, it certainly holds its own in many tight situations. Yes, it’s a popular consumer grade drone, but if the tool works, I’m happy to use it!

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