New waterproof drone with DJI camera is released

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A new drone that is waterproof and uses DJI’s 4k camera, gimbal, and app, has been released. The HexH20 Pro V2 is the latest waterproof drone from Quadh20. The drone can fly in wet weather, has buoyancy devices, and can film below the waterline. The ability of the drone to make water landings makes it an appealing choice for underwater photographers looking to add a drone to their camera arsenal. The drone will be available March 31st with an MSRP of $6449.

Press Release

The HexH2o Pro V2 is the latest in the fleet of waterproof drones from Quadh20. Following the continued success of this UK based drone company Quadh20 has continued to push forward the boundaries in the ever demanding and technically advanced drone market and have now released their most powerful waterproof drone to date.

It boasts some impressive features including DJI’s 4k X3 camera and gimbal system, high definition video down-link supplied by the DJI Lightbridge 2 giving a range of up to 3.5 kilometers, up to an impressive 30 minute flight time and all controlled via the powerful DJI Go App.

This combination delivers the most advanced waterproof drone on the market giving users the confidence and ability to safely capture stunning aerial video and photography above and below the water.

QuadH20’s waterproof drones have been used world-wide for search and rescue; first response; industrial inspections; scientific research and marine biology to name but a few. The unique waterproof qualities of the HexH20ProV2 with its ability to safely fly in the rain or snow, land on water and even film below the waterline bring a versatility not available with other drones.

Key Features: Up to 30 min flight time Fly in the rain, snow and land on water Film above and below the waterline 4K camera with High Definition video down-link 3.5km flight and HD video range DJI N3 flight controller Stabilized gimbal Advanced flight controls including mission planning/waypoints Auto take off, auto landing, failsafe/return to home-point Controlled via the DJI Go App

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