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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Adam, Jan 29, 2015.
DJI A2000 Octocopter with a 22lb payload?
Damn, wish there was a better/clearer picture. Google Translate on iOS can translate Chinese from a photo.
The heading says 'Agricultural Solutions'.
The long line says something about 'variable power output'
The 10kg line mentions "oversized load" - does that refer to the payload, or the weight of the unit itself? (Edit: From a native-Chinese comment on the site where this came from, it seems to be the payload. Crazy.)
The line below that says '2 M wheelbase'. DJI does refer to wingspan as the 'wheelbase', but that'd be a big mofo at 6 ft wide - that's double the S1000!
holy crap! you could set that up with a 4x5 and do amazing panoramas..drool!
It would make sense if it's 2M wide due to the name. DJI's numbering always refers to the largest motor to motor distance.
You could put a toddler in a bouncy chair and fly him around! Then make the front page of CNN after you crash your firstborn into the White House lawn. Then blame it on drinking.
I don't pay attention to the 'professional' kit enough to have realized that. Thanks!
And..... it's an 'umbrella' folding design with the arms folding downwards for transportation - Well I would hope so because who the hell is going to be able to transport a fixed wing multirotor with a 2m span
A 10kg payload also opens up Epic or F55 teritory . Although by the time you add a gimbal and glass you will be getting near that 10kg limit anyway.
Hope it's not a flight time of 30 seconds with 10kg hanging off the bottom!
Some big ones exist already!!!!!
http://www.flyaerocine.com/videos.html (ARRI Alexa XT with remote FIZ control,5k stereoscopic Red Epics)
And http://www.blackarmoredrone.co.uk/the-drone/ (custom camera control unit, multiple wireless HD video monitoring)
For RED for sure