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SLR Cameras Aerial Photography System

Stable, multi hours autonomy, vibration free and simple to use


A system designed and made for professional Photographers. The lift and stability are designed for heavy cameras like Canon 5D Mark II, III, IV, Nikon D3X or similar. It has minimum 2 to 3 hours autonomy while in use. Change the rig battery (10 minutes) and you have a new cycle. So practically the Balloon can be lifted all the time - all this to catch the perfect moment. The system is designed as simple as possible. Live practice (if requested) available. Fast to deploy and pack. If you are truly a professional Aerial Photographer you need a system that has extremely long air autonomy. Waiting for the right moment is the core of good photography. Our systems are exactly design for that reason.

Used by our worldwide clients for:

  • - Aerial Photography at altitudes up to 200 m
  • - Infra Red Aerial Photography of building insulations quality
  • - Disaster Response and monitoring
  • - Award winning Aerial shots
  • - Fire monitoring
  • - Incident Awareness & Assessment
  • - Monitoring Air Quality & Atmospheric Conditions
  • - Critical Infrastructure Security
  • - Various Atmospheric measurements
  • - Wild life counting
  • - Coast line monitoring
  • - Wild life monitoring and filming… and many more applications

Compliant to FAA and EASA Safety regulations for Blimps and Drones. Totally un-harmful for the user, other people and environment.

MA-01-07 DS1 - For SLR Cameras (payload up to 3 kg)

Ready to fly Kit Version
7.080 Euro ⁄ 8.340 USD* 4.956 Euro ⁄ 5.782 USD*
  • - Ready to fly - Everything included except helium. Just inflate the envelope and Fly!
  • - Kit version - All but electronics. A list of recomended electronics, easily available on the Internet, is sent after purchase
  • - Production time: 25 to 30 days. Transport (Not in price) by FedEx or specified by the client
  • - *Exact USD amaunt on purchase day/date
Download specification HERE