From the top of your arm to the top of a tower, if you can point to it, the aerial photography experts at New Media Systems can reach it, capture it, and bring it home in gorgeous HD video and aerial still imagery. We utilize the Advanced Multi-Rotor RC Drone, bringing a new and intimate perspective to the art of governmental, commercial, architectural, action sport, real estate, and agricultural remote control photography.

Droners.ioThe Advanced Multi-Rotor RC Drone is equipped with a state of the art gimbal system that can tilt straight down and rotate 360 degrees. This gives us unlimited range of motion and allows for endless possibilities.

Ideal for

  • Made for TV Shows / Commercial
  • Motion Picture
  • Editorial and Advertising
  • LIVE Television Broadcast
  • Cell Tower, Powerline, Roof, and Bridge Inspections
  • In-Door Flying and Inspections
  • Legal Documentation
  • Real Estate

This technology is an alternative to shooting 5K video and aerial still imagery should a chartered helicopter option is not available, due to air-space clearance, budget constraints, or height limitations which a real helicopter could not possibly achieve.

Our systems are ready to travel. We can help with your overseas assignment.

  • 5K RAW Video using the X7 Super 35 sensor
  • CinemaDNG RAW w/ Dynamic range of 12.8 stops
  • Apple ProRes 422 HQ or ProRes 4444 XQ
  • RAW 20.8 MP Still Images
  • Multiple X7 Lens Options;  16, 28, 35, and 50mm
  • Optional Dual Operator
  • Speeds up to 60 MPH w/ Active Track
  • Movie & Television Production
  • Commercial Real Estate Videos & Aerials
  • Commercial & Video Production

The FAA requires all commercial drone pilots to have a FAA Remote Pilots License and drone insurance to stay compliant for the NEW Part 107.

Productions and Corporations need to consider very carefully who they hire for drone use. Our staff pilot does have an FAA Pilot’s License and is a Remote Pilot In Command with over 2,500+ hours flying airplanes and drones since 2005.

Questions to ask

  1. Are you Part 107 compliant?
  2. Does your drone pilot hold a Remote Pilot Airman Certificate?
  3. Are you insured?

If they answer NO to any of the above, they’re not in compliant with the FAA Part 107 for flying drones commercially.  Productions and Corporations could be held liable if an incident occurred and the drone vendor and/or pilot was flying illegally.

Not only is a Remote Pilot Airman Certificate required to fly a commercial drone, but the license must be kept current.