northStudio wrote:I guess its expensive if your a enthusiast, but at 1200 per aerial 360 and a few hundred for stills this thing will pay for its self off in no time. It wasn't a hard decision. Is there other factors i haven't considered?
Except the pricesYou can get all the info at http://www.draganfly.com
I had a Logo 20, which was stolen from my car the night before it was to have its first flightnorthStudio wrote: So it fits for the applications we want to use it for, but your right i do want to get a heavier pay load so i can put our d3, or ex1 or even a red cam on there, so a maxi joker type of rc is defiantly in our future as well. Do you know of any other model brands that are in that same category as the maxi joker.
I appreciate your input, thx
adolfo_360vista wrote:Wow Mareintorno !!! ... I have no words .... I have a lot of questions ... equipment, pano-head (motor??), radio-control, the movement of the camera to take the shots ... can you make me a little explanation, a couple of phrases only pease !!!.
Since several years I´m considering to make aerial panos, and still photography, I´d see a lot of aerial kits ... the mini-zeppelins and globes is the best choice for me. Can you tell me your expirience making this amazing and faboulous work, not only for the location, the light choice, the levels and color post-procesing ... really is a great job, congratullations.
Warm regards !, ciao !
realtyasis wrote:I'm new on the forum but in looking at this post on aerial pano's and the discussion I had found a site that may be the answer to an affordable way to get into it this as a DIY project for a lot less then 18k. The software for flight control looks the same. http://loudtwitter.com/go/?domain=aeroquad.com
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