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Aerial Panos with Pano Gear???

by pu2wxp » Wed Jan 25, 2012 10:46 pm

Hi folks,

I never do aerial panos, but I'm doing a commercial agreement with this company to promote our business, my virtual tour and them aerial videos.

I would love to make some aerial panoramas, but we have doubts if this is possible.

Has anyone here ever made ​​panoramic aerial RC using the Pano Gear Merlin Orion Robot?

They have big machines with turbo engine, etc.. But they think it will be very difficult to keep the Heli stabilized long enough to capture the images.

Take a look:
http://www.360cities.net/profile/luciano_correa/image/atelier-aeromidia-rc-radio-control-advertising-in-sao-paulo-brazil#184.50,-40.50,70.0
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by Paul » Wed Jan 25, 2012 11:22 pm

Merlin is a much to slow for aerial panos. Look on http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/eye3/eye3?ref=category
interesting crowdfinanced project for a heavy load fully featured hexacopter
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close, but no cigar ... ... ...

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by GoRilla » Thu Feb 09, 2012 2:54 am

Don't know exactly what you want to shoot, but have you considered aerial mast photography?

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by mediavets » Thu Feb 09, 2012 7:56 am

pu2wxp wrote:Hi folks,

I never do aerial panos, but I'm doing a commercial agreement with this company to promote our business, my virtual tour and them aerial videos.

I would love to make some aerial panoramas, but we have doubts if this is possible.

Has anyone here ever made ​​panoramic aerial RC using the Pano Gear Merlin Orion Robot?

They have big machines with turbo engine, etc.. But they think it will be very difficult to keep the Heli stabilized long enough to capture the images.

Take a look:
http://www.360cities.net/profile/luciano_correa/image/atelier-aeromidia-rc-radio-control-advertising-in-sao-paulo-brazil#184.50,-40.50,70.0

These people make pano mounts for RC helis:

http://photoshipone.com/shop/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=4_7&products_id=262&zenid=aahhdbe2am1patccln0cj81421
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by gkaefer » Thu Feb 09, 2012 11:21 am

mediavets wrote:
pu2wxp wrote:Hi folks,

I never do aerial panos, but I'm doing a commercial agreement with this company to promote our business, my virtual tour and them aerial videos.

I would love to make some aerial panoramas, but we have doubts if this is possible.

Has anyone here ever made ​​panoramic aerial RC using the Pano Gear Merlin Orion Robot?

They have big machines with turbo engine, etc.. But they think it will be very difficult to keep the Heli stabilized long enough to capture the images.

Take a look:
http://www.360cities.net/profile/luciano_correa/image/atelier-aeromidia-rc-radio-control-advertising-in-sao-paulo-brazil#184.50,-40.50,70.0

These poeple make pano mounts for RC helis:

http://photoshipone.com/shop/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=4_7&products_id=262&zenid=aahhdbe2am1patccln0cj81421

;-) a heli solution could look like:
http://www.gigapixel.at/marktschellenberg/pano/marktschellenberg.swf
2 persons are needed: one pilot and one taking care about the images/video. above pano shows a video cam
the video image is transmitted to the glasses, the cam can be pan/tilt/shifted as desired and minimal changes in flight position is automatically absorbed by the
"photoshipone" device. the copter has also a holding position mechanism based on gps, a coming home function etc.
the photoshipone of course also can be placed on rc helis, the t-REX 700:
http://www.helipal.com/trex-700e-3gx-pro-super-combo.html

payloads from 4kg are possible with the Quadcopter from Vario:
http://modell-aviator.de/technik/quad-copter/
http://www.cam-and-carrier.com/

and if money is no topic than even more sophisticated copters are available... ;-)

Georg

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by jacky » Sat Jul 13, 2013 3:28 am

have you thought about using a remote control helicopter with a camera to do that?I recommend you the
Walkera Hoten X.


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