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We operate out of Saskatoon Saskatchewan Canada and offer low level aerial photography and videography by means of a radio controlled UAV (Unmaned Aerial Vehicle) Quad or Octocopter with the very latest in camera, camera gimbal, and flight controller technology.
Our DJI S1000 UAV will allow us to fly where no full sized helicopter or airplane could travel due to minimum altitudes and flight speeds.
We fly the Panasonic GH4 4K ultra HD camera, Canon 5D Mark III and GoPro Hero 4
We can give you specific aerial shots based on your needs and wants.
Because these are electrically powered, noise and environmental concerns are at a minimum.
We operate under the strict guildelines set by Transport Canada and operate with a blanket SFOC (Special Flight Operations Certificate) which allows us to operate within days of booking a job.
We have a Certified UAV pilot with ROC-A radio license.
We have been operating UAV's for over 3 years without incident.
We are fully insured for 1 million liability
We are a member of AIR-VIDPilot Directory
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Future services will include:
360 Degree interactive panoramic stills
360 Degree video
Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) for agricultural mapping.
Geo-Referenced Orthomosaic, DEM, DSM and Point Cloud mapping.
Geography information system (GIS)
Thermal and Infra-Red cameras.
Real estate photography
Building, tower and roof inspections
Construction site photography
Panoramic view photography
Farm and crop photography
Golf Course video and photography
Emergency services, search and rescue
Many more examples are listed on the applications page
The remaining structure of the Parrish and Heimbecker Mill in Saskatoon was taken down by explosives on June 20th/2015 at 6:00am. Special thanks to Global TV in Saskatoon for providing the ground footage. Demolition by Rakowski Cartage and Wrecking