As more researchers turn their attention towards them, drones are becoming more and more versatile. Their battery can last longer periods of time, they are equipped with sensors and as of late, they have the ability to take photographs both above and below water. The HexH2o is a drone that can land on the surface of the water. It can take photographs both above and below the surface, before taking flight once more.
The HexH2o drone has an epoxy fiber/carbon fiber waterproof body. As a result its user can fly it to a calm body of water, land it to take whatever photographs they wish to take and afterwards fly the drone away. The HexH2o is the more advanced sibling of the QuadH2o, a smaller drone made by the company with the same name. According to the company owners, the new model has two propellers and extra features that were not encountered on the first model. Its extra motors offer it more security. If one of them fails, the aircraft can still keep flying, instead of crashing to the ground. The HexH20 also features an internal fan and exterior-mounted heat sinks that keep it from overheating while in flight.
The HexH20 also comes with a DJI Zenmuse H3-3D gimbal upon which users can mount their own GoPro Hero camera. The Zenmuse can be tilted up and down by remote, thus allowing the camera to take photographs above the surface of the water and below it. This is opposed to the QuadH2o where users were limited to below water photographs only.
The HexH20 drone is lighter and easier to repair. It has a longer flight time of 25 minutes per charge if the recommended dual 6,500-mAh lithium-polymer batteries are used. However, users can use only one battery as well for a shorter flight. What do you think of this newest drone model?
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