Typhoon Drones with ACTIONCAM

Typhoon Drones with ACTIONCAM

Air and Ground

25-Minute Flight Time
Made by experts in electric propulsion and electric aviation, the Yuneec Typhoon Q500 4K comes with a 5400mAh 3S 11.1V LiPo battery, giving users a superior flight time of up to 25 minutes.
The STEADYGRIP™ CGO3 system combines a 3-axis precision gimbal with Yuneec’s 4K Ultra High Definition video camera, allowing you to capture amazing and stable video footage. The camera pitch controller allows precise camera angle control while on-the-go, using a mobile device, with up to a 6.4-inch display.

Capture the future

  • Personal Ground Station with built-in touchscreen
  • Integrated 3-axis precision gimbal camera
  • 4K/30fps ultra high definition video
  • 1080p/120fps slow motion video
  • User controlled video resolution, white balance and light exposure
  • 12 megapixel photos with No-Distortion Lens
  • Handheld SteadyGrip for capturing video footage


The Typhoon ActionCam cobmines the impressive CGO3 camera gimbal with a handle for stable ground footage, allowing you to record videos and take photos like never before.   When using the Typhoon ActionCam, the camera stays level regardless of shaky hands or wobbling, making it the ideal tool for capturing life’s quick moments with unparalleled detail.

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Ensuring utmost safety, the FAA compliant No Fly Zone feature prevents flight near commercial airports. The No Fly Zone feature also prevents flight above 400 feet from the ground. The built-in GPS establishes a 26 ft (8 m) diameter Smart Circle around the pilot when taking off and landing and also creates a Geo Fence that keeps the aircraft from traveling farther than 300 ft (91 m) from the pilot’s position.

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A Look at the New Drones at CES 2016

A Look at the New Drones at CES 2016

Joe Paone

If you took a stroll through the “Unmanned Systems Marketplace” at CES 2016 and saw the multitude of drone manufacturers hawking their wares, you’d think that drones are poised to go mainstream this year. And you might be right. Some of those products will go on to become highly successful in 2016. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) was even on site to register attendees’ drones.

The leaders in the category (to date) had some news to share. Parrot introduced Disco, an ultra-light wing-shaped drone that is controlled by autopilot “with no learning process,” said the company.

Parrot also showed Bebop 2, an ultra-light “all-in-one” drone with a built-in full-HD wide-angle camera.

DJI announced the Phantom 3 4K, a 4K Wi-Fi version of its Phantom 3 Series that it called its “most accessible 4K aerial camera to date.” It also introduced a black version of its Inspire 1 Pro drone.

Yuneec introduced the Typhoon H, which it called “a more sophisticated drone” with features usually only found in high-end professional drones, with a “consumer price” of $1,799.

EHang showed a manned system, the EHang 184.

Extreme Fliers’ super-small Micro Drone 3.0, which has raised over $3 million on Indiegogo.

Fleye showed its “personal flying robot.”

GoPro talked about its upcoming Karma drone but didn’t show it.