Frequently Asked Questions
We are currently flying a GoPro HD Hero 4 Black and a Hero 3+ Black. 1080p, 2.7k and 4k resolution. We can pull stills out of the video for print use.
We fly 3DR Solos and have 1 Phantom 2. The Solo offers cinema style shots and is a very stable platform. It has built-in programs making it easy to accomplish very complicated shots.
For safety and FAA regulations, we fly at a max altitude of 400 feet and a max horizontal distance of about 3,000 feet. If a chase vehicle is used this distance can be greatly increased to thousands of feet. It is very important the Quadcopter is always within line of sight.
Not really. The sound of the drone props is very prevalent on the audio.
We will be glad to reschedule your shoot for another day subject to availability. We will check the weather.
Clean, quiet, electric power. With a full charge, we can fly the drones for about 20 minutes on average. To fly again, battery reload time is about 2 minutes then we’re able to fly again. We have nine batteries.
Two simple wall outlets 110 volts or a generator. Recharge time average 90 minutes. For large amounts of flying wall outlets are much preferred.
Yes to both. For customers who want a complete aerial video package from A to Z we can handle that as well.
Extremely smooth! Our quadcopter’s have the latest 3D gimbal
Yes. Third party liability personal and property.
Yes, we can fly indoors provided there is enough room for safe operation.
At this point, no.
About 30 minutes.
Our quadcopter is GPS-enabled with position hold. It can be programmed to run specific routes.
We can operate safely within about 10 feet of a subject in optimum location and wind conditions.
A 10 foot by 10 foot flat hard surface is best.
Yes, we can provide a monitor for you to look at what is being shot.
We have operated successfully in 20 MPH winds but that is pushing it to the max. We recommended always filming in less than 10-14 MPH winds.