MultiRotorCam is based in Santa Cruz, California.
Aerial photography has entered an exciting new era. From the safety of the ground, the use of model unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) permits radio controllers to operate their camera-equipped, portable aircraft in unique ways that are difficult or even impossible for full-scale aircraft to accomplish.
An impressive aerial perspective readily captures the attention and inspires the imagination of virtually any audience. A multi-rotor UAV provides an impressive platform for both aerial video and photography. When I film your project using my multi-rotor and stable gimbal-mounted HD camera, you are sure to be pleased with the high-quality imagery produced.
The word “drone” has carried the stigma of long-range and/or autonomous warfare for many years. Nonetheless, the media has latched onto the term as label for these benign and relatively small model aircraft. While I often refer to my UAV as a multi-rotor, my present model is also often commonly referred to as a quad-copter (it has four overhead rotors/propellers versus a helicopter, which typically has one).