Drones Help Save Money
Use Fewer Resources
Flight Photo helps customers save time, reduce risk, and cut costs in virtually every major industry with the help of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles. Our drones enable us to capture high quality imagery with a level of maneuverability and repeatability that helicopters can’t match. By mounting a thermal camera on our M210, alongside a 4K visual camera, inspections of any difficult-to-reach structures can be performed safely and efficiently.
A Drone for Every Job
Our DJI Matrice 210 can fly in 45 kph wind, rain, snow, and temperatures as cold as -20°C. By mounting our Zenmuse XT2 on the M210 our in-house thermographer can assist in search & rescue operations, roof, power line, and PV panel inspections. Our DJI Inspire 2 can fly at 94 kph and has retractable landing gear making it perfect for high-end productions. Attach the Zenmuse X5S and capture in breathtaking 5.2K CinemaDNG or Apple ProRes. The DJI Phantom 4 Pro offers great image quality, maneuverability, and ease of use as an economical option.
Who Regulates Drones?
Transport Canada is responsible for developing regulations for the operation of RPAS in Canadian airspace; in America it’s the FAA; and in Australia it’s CASA. In order to fly a remotely piloted aircraft system in Canada a pilots certificate is required. This includes recreational pilots. Once an individual has completed ground school they must write one of two exams issued by Transport Canada. Planning to fly drones in Canada? We’re launching a Flight School for RPAS operators in Canada.