presents the CineDrone 2.0 (an RC quadcopter camera rig designed for GoPro cameras):
But it looks like Tom is no longer selling CineDrones, but you can get it another way:
As much fun as it was to develop the CineDrone, I do want to focus on my more creative work. Therefore, I am no longer making the CineDrones. Fortunately for those of you interested in getting a CineDrone-like device, other providers are emerging on the market. One such provider is the B&H Photo Video store.
B&H presently offers a rig similar to my own, but with some improvements, thanks to the advances by the DJI Phantom and other components makers. Some of the key improvements are:
Longer flight times – 20 minutes per battery
Stronger, clearer video signal – transmission up to 3937 feet
Up to 3280 feet of line-of-sight radio range
Flight data superimposed on video allowing you to see:
where you are flying (how far and high)
your horizontal and vertical speeds
how many satellites your GPS has connection to
your remaining battery life
the drone is even more stable and easier to fly
The propellers self-tighten so there is no need to worry about loose props flying off
Easier and faster way of charging the batteries thanks to the new charger
The cost of the rig is similar to what I was providing. Also, you can get it with or without the GoPro camera.
To know more about how you can order the CineDrone 2.0, visit his blog here.