SkyDSLR lets me conveniently capture professional-quality photos and video.
San Carlos, CA (PRWEB) July 25, 2011
SkyIMD, Inc., the innovators in aerial imaging solutions, will present the new SkyDSLR system in Booth 3138 at the annual EAA AirVenture Convention that opens today at Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
SkyDSLR makes it easy to take beautiful photos and video from light aircraft and helicopters. Compatible with popular Canon, Nikon and Hasselblad DSLR cameras, SkyDSLR includes an STC FAA-approved mounting system for multiple Cessna airplane models.
“Taking photos from a plane usually means dealing with a lot of inconvenience and getting blurry or obstructed shots,” said Michael Estigoy, SkyIMD product manager. “SkyDSLR eliminates these hassles and lets you take stunning vertical, pilot view and mosaic photos and video like a professional.”
The unique SkyDSLR mounting system is STC FAA-approved and includes a lightweight, sturdy pod that is ready to be mounted on the wing strut or under belly. The system allows for closed cabin, laptop-controlled operation. No fuselage holes, open windows or other modifications are required to use SkyDSLR.
"One of the joys of flying is the spectacular view from the air. I've always wanted to share that experience when I'm on the ground," said David Walrod, an avid pilot and owner of a Cessna 182. "SkyDSLR lets me conveniently capture professional-quality photos and video."
Expected to ship in mid-August, SkyDSLR systems range in price from $9,995.00 to $10,995.00. SkyDSLR features include:
- STC FAA-approved mounting system installs on wing strut or under belly
- Real-time image viewing and control of your camera
- Compatible with popular Canon,Nikon and Hasselblad DSLR camera models
About SkyIMD, Inc.
Headquartered at the San Carlos, CA Airport, (KSQL), SkyIMD designs aerial imaging solutions for commercial, government, military and general aviation markets. The company integrates best of breed technologies to design cost-effective, full-featured solutions for mission-critical and technically-demanding applications. Learn more at http://www.SkyIMD.com.