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DateDate: 30-09-2019, 05:46
The Chinese company Yuneec today introduced to the general public its new development called the Typhoon H3, which is a new format for a professional flight drone with an integrated camera from Leica. Moreover, the model was originally developed with the participation of Leica, which is considered one of the leaders in the production of high-quality and detailed cameras and sensors. As for the direction of use of the Typhoon H3, much can be said here, but first of all, it is worth talking about the technical characteristics of the model, which has yet to conquer the professional drone market.
The drone’s platform is based on a six-rotor platform with a sufficiently flexible degree of maneuverability and the possibility of using additional levers of pressure and direction - thus, the drone can perform really fast and flexible maneuvers even with strong wind resistance. As for the integrated camera in the drone, it is made in the face of the ION L1 Pro sensor model, which previously was highlighted as one of the most detailed and multi-functional camera options on the market - 20 megapixels and the ability to shoot in full 4K resolution at 30 frames per second makes the camera really unusual and revealing.
In addition, the developers note the fact that due to the use of such a smart camera and such a flexible design, the drone model itself can be controlled even without special preparation on the part of the user - which will definitely become one of the most attractive aspects of the new model, taking into account its still forthcoming release on the market.
In addition, it is worth noting the fact that despite the absence of a specific release date from the developers, it can still be assumed that the release of the new model will take place by the end of this year, most likely in December. In addition to the standard Typhoon H3 model, development specialists can also potentially prepare a release for an even more extended and multi-functional version of a professional flight drone.