A new model arrives in the increasingly crowded sector of unmanned aircraft.
Parrot Bebop 2 is a quadricopter leisure new generation. This drone, with rechargeable lithium-ion battery 2700 mAh, boasts two very interesting features: low weight of just 500 grams and flight range of 25 minutes.
Results, the latter obtained without sacrifice, since the model is equipped with sensors and the latest technology, in a compact and robust, which guarantees good also in terms of stability and maneuverability, even in harsh environments.
Equipped with a digital camera with a fish-eye lens with an image stabilization 3-axis, records video in Full HD very fluid and light, to satisfy the most discerning palate.
Bebop 2 is compatible with Skycontroller Black Edition, similar to a remote control RC able to offer a wider range of flight (up to 2km). The model provides a very simple mode of piloting, via Wi-Fi from smartphones and tablets. It has a 14-megapixel front camera lens with “fish-eye” which transmits real-time filming directly on the screen of the device driver. Who manages the dances can digitally move the angle of view of the camera 180 degrees by simply swiping your thumb on the screen. It will therefore be possible to film or take pictures in vertical!
The videos and pictures in 16: 9, 4: 3 and fish-eye are recorded in full HD (1080p) on flash memory 8Gb of Bebop 2 and can then be transferred to the device driver or computer. The suggested retail price, when it will soon be available in stores, is €549,90.
– A camera takes a picture in vertical stabilization of the ground every 16 milliseconds and compares it with the previous example for determining the speed of Bebop 2.
– An ultrasonic sensor analyzes the flight altitude up to 5 meters and is completed with a pressure sensor.
– A pressure sensor measures the air pressure and analyze the flying height over 5 meters.
– A three-axis gyroscope measures the angle of inclination of the drone.
– A three-axis accelerometer measures the position of the drone and the linear velocity.
– A three-axis magnetometer helps to define the position of the drone, as if it were a compass.
– A chipset (GNSS) combines GPS and GLONASS data and geolocate the drone helping to measure their speed, keeping it stable even at high altitudes.