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MEBA2012: Aerovision has snappy idea

Posted 12 December 2012 · Add Comment

Aerovision (stand 345) is continuing its tests to obtain EASA certification of its Falcon 50 camera.

The Falcon 50 is specially modified for aerial photography with a camera pod under the aircraft and a workstation in the cabin.
 
It is equipped with the latest photo and video technology and has a quick-change set-up offering dual use.
 
It is certified for aerial work, as well as maintaining public transport approval to carry out business flights.
 
The gyro-stabilised pod and camera piloting system are easily detached to transform the cabin into VIP configuration.

 

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