Yuneec Tornado H920 Plus
The H920 Plus is a multirotor hexacopter designed as an aerial photography and videography platform. Its
unique modular design and folding-arm design make it easy to transport, allowing professionals to capture
impressive photographs and video footage with a minimum of setup time.
The H920 Plus is equipped with quick-release carbon-fiber propellers so that there is no need to use a
screwdriver during assembly and disassembly. The propellers attach with a quarter-turn rotation and are
released at the push of a button. The retractable landing gear provides a full 360-degree camera view without
anything obstructing your shot.
Mounted on a three-axis gimbal, the included CGO4 camera was developed by Yuneec in close cooperation
with Panasonic, and features a 3x optical zoom lens, 16 megapixel photos, 4K-resolution video, and distortion-free picture quality. The zoom lens can be adjusted either by using the zoom slider on the screen or by using the
K6 control slider. The large 7-inch integrated screen on the ST16 ground-station controller displays real-time
footage of your flight, eliminating the need for an external device. Powered by a 6S 4000mAh 8C LiPo battery
pack, the H920 Plus comes with a 100W dual output AC/DC balancing charger.
Flight modes include Waypoints, Orbit Me, Follow/Watch Me, Point of Interest, Journey, Smart, Curve Cable Cam,
Angle, and Home modes. The ST16 controller is an integrated transmitter, receiver, and Android platform that
gives you full control over H920 Plus, allowing you to easily program autonomous flight and capture stunning
photos and videos. You can now also program waypoints on the basis of Google Maps or Amal. Programming is
easily done directly on the ST16’s touch display. The Tornado H920 Plus is a solid and stable camera platform, and
it is easy to set up for flight. The various flight modes worked perfectly during our flight tests, and when it comes
to aerial duration, the included three flight battery packs provide impressive airborne hover and flight times.
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