1PowerEye Professional Drone Built for Aerial Cinematography
2The PowerEye Professional Drone
3Features 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.
5Almost 30 Minutes of Flying Time on a Charge
6Retractable, Foldable Landing Gear
7Complete 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.
8Optional Thermal Imaging Drone Model Available
9The 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.