After nearly a year in development and prototyping, the HornetCam “Nemisis 8″ octocopter is ready for duty. Constructed of carbon fiber and powered by eight custom made brushless electric motors, the HornetCam is capable of lifting a wide variety of camera payloads. Flight time per battery pack is anywhere between 8-12 minutes. Only about a minute or two is required to change to fresh batteries before the drone is ready to fly again.
Featuring GPS position hold, altitude hold, heading hold, the HornetCam is capable of safe and reliable aerial work. A computer-stabilized camera mount means that no matter what the airframe is doing, the camera remains level. A second camera operator controls the camera pan and tilt as well as the camera shutter with the assistance of a live video downlink.
Visit HornetCam.com for more information.
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