PowerEye Professional Drone Built for Aerial Cinematography

1 - PowerEye Professional Drone Built for Aerial Cinematography
2 - The PowerEye Professional Drone
3 - Features Dual Control
4 - Four-Rotor Performance
5 - Almost 30 Minutes of Flying Time on a Charge
6 - Retractable, Foldable Landing Gear
7 - Complete With Spare Parts Kit
8 - Optional Thermal Imaging Drone Model Available
9 - The PowerEgg Consumer Drone
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PowerEye Professional Drone Built for Aerial Cinematography

The PowerEye Professional drone includes a high-quality Panasonic Lumix G camera lens for cinematography-quality 4K HD video.

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The PowerEye Professional Drone

The machine is equipped with a standard Panasonic Lumix G 14mm F2.5 aspherical pancake lens for capturing high-quality, detailed 4K HD video. Five optional lenses also are available for the drone, giving users a choice of optics for videography.

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Features Dual Control

The drone is built for dual control, allowing a pilot to handle the flight duties while a second person captures the video, each using separate cameras to monitor the flight and the creative video being shot. A stationary First Person View camera is mounted on the front of the drone for the pilot's use, while a gimbal-mounted, fully adjustable camera below can be aimed by the second operator to record the subject. A dual-view image of both cameras is available to the operators, who also can use a PowerEye mobile app for Android or iOS to monitor the video on a mobile device.

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Four-Rotor Performance

The PowerEye Professional is a four-rotor drone that also features built-in object-detection technology. The drone uses an array of integrated sensors to detect flight path obstacles and sound an alert within 32 feet to avoid collisions with trees, buildings, power lines and other obstructions.

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Almost 30 Minutes of Flying Time on a Charge

The 8.7-pound drone can transmit video up to 3.1 miles away and has a maximum flight time of 29.5 minutes, under current Federal Aviation Administration rules. It can carry a maximum payload of up to 6.6 pounds.

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Retractable, Foldable Landing Gear

The device is portable and folds up into a 13.4-inch-by-11.2-inch-by-11.65-inch size. The craft has retractable folding landing gear to accommodate takeoffs and landings on a wide variety of surfaces.

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Complete With Spare Parts Kit

The drone comes with a full set of propellers, the standard Panasonic Lumix G 14mm F2.5 lens, a rolling carrying case, one remote control, one extra pair of propellers, a base station, a battery and a battery charger. Preorder buyers who pay for the device in advance also will receive a bonus additional remote control, which is valued at $199.

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Optional Thermal Imaging Drone Model Available

Another version of the PowerEye Professional drone is available with a thermal imaging camera mounted below for users who require the feature. Pricing for the custom-built thermal imaging model depends on the buyer's desired configuration.

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The PowerEgg Consumer Drone

The company also offers a consumer drone, the $1,288 PowerEgg, which is scheduled to ship in November. Uniquely shaped like an egg standing on its end, the PowerEgg uses a one-handed, gesture-based remote control for its operations rather than a traditional video game-like controller. Operators can use hand and arm gestures to control the drone's operations.

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