Patrick from Rotor Concept shows me their quadcopters for digital cameras and GoPro cameras. We have a look at their HPQI Quadcopter, what it comes with, the specs and the overall performance report card.
Rotor Concept’s HPQ1 Quadcopter is controlled by a 6 channel digital radio/receiver using the latest code pairing, for anti-interference & fail safe, 2.4GHZ digital spread spectrum frequency. Other than flying for enjoyment, HPQ1 can perform some real life applications for both commercial and industrial use through various optional live streaming video and on-board digital video recording HD camera systems. Features the capability to carry a maximum payload of up to 12 ounces with standard blades or up to 1.2 pound using optional high performance blades.
HPQ1’s flight control board is intergrated with advanced sensors such as auto barometer, accelerometer, magnetometer, 3-axis gyro and inertia based (6DOF IMU) self stabilization system. Also comes as standard is the signal loss and the low battery flight warning system which allow the HPQ1 to perform gradual auto self-landing, fly up to 20 minutes with the included lithium-polymer battery and with 4 brushless motors. Maximum flight altitude up to 2,000 feet. Maximum flight radius up to 1 mile. HPQ1 can pair with any 4 channel radio as well.aerial photography, aerial video, digital camera, GoPro Cameras, photography, Quadcopter, Rotor Concept, video
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