Yuneec Typhoon H3

from $2.349
  • Class Professional; For video recording
  • Type Hexacopter
  • Camera 1 Inch CMOS 20 Megapixel; Gimbal; FPV
  • Control Remote Controller
  • Video recording resolution 4096x2160 (H.264:24/25/30/48/50/6 0fps);(H.265: 24/30fps)
    3840x2160 (H.264: 24/25/30/48/50/60fps); (H.265: 24/30fps)
    2720x1530 (24/25/30/48/50/60fps)
    1920x1080 (24/25/30/48/50/60/120fps)
    1280x720 (24/25/30/48/50/60/120fps
YUNEEC TYPHOON H3 KEY FEATURES

● Developed in cooperation with Leica Camera AG (co-engineered with LEICA)
● 1” CMOS sensor, 20 MP, up to 4K @ 60 FPS, up to 100Mbit
● Integrated 3-axis gimbal with unrestricted 360° view
● Leica optimized and calibrated image modes (AWB, color reproduction, sharpening, de-noising, etc.)
● Leica calibrated DNG with corresponding profiles
● Lossless digital zoom
● 10-bit YLog video mode based on Leica specifications
● Semi-automatic ISO/shutter & 1/3 step setting of EV/ISO/shutter
● Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)
● Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB)
● Short JPEG intervals for hyperlapse videos
● User-defined picture mode & sharpness settings
● Professional histogram
● Panorama shots

Full description
Typhoon H3 co-engineered with Leica
UNLIMITED PERSPECTIVES AND NEW, CREATIVE POSSIBILITIES

With the Typhoon H3 and the ION L1 Pro camera developed in partnership with Leica, Yuneec, and Leica Camera AG bring the best of their respective worlds together to bring Leica photography to the skies. The H3 has been specially developed for photographers and videographers who want to rediscover the world from above in a new look.

Thanks to the use of high-quality materials and the implementation of a wide range of flight functions in combination with a 1” CMOS camera sensor, it offers you a sophisticated and perfectly coordinated overall system for you to realize your photographic ambitions. The safe and reliable hexacopter design featuring 6 rotors remains stable in the air – even when it’s windy outside. Furthermore, with the aid of the stabilized 3-axis gimbal, you can take perfectly stabilized and sharp 20 MP photos and up to 4K videos at 60 frames per second. 

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Sources:

https://store.yuneec.com/typhoon-h3.html

https://shop.yuneec.com/eu/camera-drones/typhoon-h3/typhoon-h3-co-engineered-with-leica/

Class
Professional; For video recording
Type
Hexacopter
Camera
1 Inch CMOS 20 Megapixel; Gimbal; FPV
Control
Remote Controller
Video recording resolution
4096x2160 (H.264:24/25/30/48/50/6 0fps);(H.265: 24/30fps)
3840x2160 (H.264: 24/25/30/48/50/60fps); (H.265: 24/30fps)
2720x1530 (24/25/30/48/50/60fps)
1920x1080 (24/25/30/48/50/60/120fps)
1280x720 (24/25/30/48/50/60/120fps
Flight time
Up to 25 min
Control range
Up to 1,6 km
Battery
4S 5250mAh 15,2V LiPo
SD card support
16 GB MicroSD Card (included)
Colour
Black
Weight
2000g (Take Off Weight including Camera)
Equipment
Altitude Hold Mode; Automatic Landing Technology; Automatic Precision Landing; FPV; Follow Me Technology; GPS; Gimbal; Position Hold Mode; Return to Home Technology; SD card support
Package Contents
Typhoon H3 Hexacopter
ION L1 Pro camera co-engineered with Leica
ST16S remote control
2 batteries
Charger
Neck strap for ST16S
Optional patch antenna
SD card
USB and power cable
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Yuneec Typhoon H3

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Yuneec Typhoon H3

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