Camera Drones RC Quadcopters
Companies like DJI, GoPro, Flyer, and Intelligent Energy, have helped to redefine the way we once used to look at drones.
They are no longer mere toys. The market is now filled with lots of camera drone, featuring up to 4k cameras resolutions.
Camera drones can be used for video recordings, surveillances, aerial views, taking selfies, live streaming, and so forth.
These 4K Camera drone, even at a remote location, are still capable of successfully delivering crystal clear images.
What is a Camera Drone?
A camera drone can be referred to as an autonomously or remotely guided vehicle either in the air, on land, or even on the sea.
Hobbyist quadcopters are drones, Remote submarines are drones, and even a robotic bomb diffusers is also a drone.
All of the above can be referred to as drones due to the fact that they are all machines/ aerial vehicles that are piloted by making use of computer software that has been pre-programmed.
Camera Drones can also be controlled using a remote pilot. With this reason, for an object to be regarded as a drone, it should have no pilot.
Advancement in technology has brought about various innovations even in the designs, and features of drones.
These remotely guided vehicles have been redefined and are now more sophisticated.
Apart from making use of drones as surveillances or toys, they can also be used for topological surveying, emergency services, video coverage, and so forth.
In fact, it has gone to the extent that drones are now used by post offices and online stores to make product deliveries.
What makes a Drone?
For a machine or device to be called a “Drone” it needs to possess some form of autonomous flying software.
The autonomous flying software will allow the drone to function, adjust its flight pattern, and also return to the drone to its take-off point without any need for human intervention.
This means that even if there is no pilot inside, it should contain some form of an onboard autonomous flying system.
Camera drones are remotely controlled flying objects that have the ability to switch into autonomous control anytime during the flight.