Having a drone is in someways only a small part of achieving great aerial cinematography for your project. If you don’t have the proper clearances and paperwork to fly legally, you could be facing a $25,000.00 fine. MidCan has invested the resources to obtain advanced Small Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS), Visual line-of-sight (VLOS) certification from Transport Canada for our in-house operators so that we can offer a comprehensive service to you. We also have really nice drones!
DJI is the biggest name in drones, and their purchase of famed camera company Hasselblad informs the 4K visuals this compact drone can produce. Their L1D-20c camera has a 1 inch chip for great dynamic range, and a manually adjustable aperture. It records up to UHD 3840 x 2160 resolution at 30 frames per second, and Full HD at up to 120FPS. Recordings are 10bit in the latest h.265 codec for up to twice the efficiency of previous codecs, and the camera has Log exposure modes to handle highlights. The drone has sensors all around it that enable obstacle avoidance and auto-tracking. Folding arms mean the drone and all of its kit can easily fit into a backpack for remote aerial videography.
The Mavic comes with three batteries and a 4-place charger, and each battery lasts for up to 31 minutes in the air. We equip it with a 128GB MicroSD card and reader, and the unit comes with eight different Freewell neutral density and polarizing filters.
MidCan is only offering the Mavic 2 Pro as a service with an operator, not as a piece of rental gear. Call us to discuss your needs, and our people will come up with a pre-flight plan and all the paperwork necessary to make your project a success!