New Level Professional Aerial Mapping
5-views with 45 mega pixels self-developed image module, over 225 million total pixels, a new imagination for aerial surveying
The Camera for Large Scale City Projects
SHARE 202S PRO, with a full-frame sensor, can fly up to 272m at 3cm ground resolution.
Adjustable shutter, ISO, white balance and colour mode, allowing users to adjust the camera parameters according to the operating scenario,extending the daily working time to 9 hours.
Support Fixed-wing Operation
Standard with DJI Skyport interface and universal interface, the camera can be deeply adapted to fixed-wing models, supporting the secondary development of serial communication, camera parameter setting, image transmission, Gcps free and all the other functions.
Mature TimeSync 2.0 algorithm is incorporated deeply to realize microsecond-level time synchronization among camera, drone, RTK and the flight control, achieving POS data written into photos directly, which allows model reconstruction without pre-processing.
500K Times Shutter Life
Upgraded S-GS global shutter with accurate exposure and the jelly effect avoided, the shutter is integrated with KIMOTO shading blade with extremely low friction coefficient, which makes the shutter life significantly increase to 500,000 times.
1080P Dynamic Image Transmission
The vertical camera supports real-time dynamic image transmission with automatically adjustment according to the operating distance to ensure the transmission signal is always online. Meanwhile, it makes up for the vacancy of drones vertical obstacle avoidance and can monitor the risk of landing terrain.
Copying Speed Reaches 600M/S
The standard 1280GB storage module with hot-pluggable function could carry all-day operation. The data copy speed is upgraded to 600M/S, making data collection more efficient.
Standard Angle Compensator
When using with rotorcraft, the angle compensator can be adjusted according to the airspeed to ensure the camera is always vertical to the ground, supporting maximum airspeed at 15 m/s.