Fly fast with FPV

Our FPV drones carry heavy payloads like the Red Komodo and deliver high-quality footage, at speed.

Our FPV gear

Unlock a whole new realm of cinematic possibilities. Get closer to the action like never before.

3 inch Micro Drone
3 inch Micro Drone

This micro drone is equipped with prop-guards making it great for safe close proximity. Carrying a naked gopro with a flight time of 5 minutes, this drone is perfect for slow cinematic shooting styles.

- Small, good for indoors

- Propguards = safe

- Good for close proximity to people & slow cinematic shooting style

- Camera: Insta 360

- Flight Time: 5 minutes

Drone specifications
7 inch Heavy Lift FPV
7 inch Heavy Lift FPV

Traditionally, FPV racers have been small - only carrying GoPro’s and small action cameras. With this Heavy Lift FPV drone we’re now able to carry cinema cameras such as the RED Komodo, Black Magic pocket Cinema 6K and Sony FX6. 3 - 5 min flight time 120km/h

Drone specifications
5 inch FPV Racer
5 inch FPV Racer

An FPV racer unlocks a whole new realm of cinematic possibilities, allowing your camera to get closer to the action like never before. With a 3 - 5 min flight, travelling at 120km/h, this drone is able to achieve manoeuvres and shots which were not previously possible in traditional drone operations.

- Fast, agile, "Freestyle"

- Good for fast action, car chases, building dives etc.

- Payload: GoPro Hero 10

- Speed: +- 120kmh

- Flight time: 5 minutes

Drone specifications

FPV payload options

Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K Pro
Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K Pro

The 6K Pro Cinema Camera from Blackmagic still packs the large 6144 x 3456 Super 35mm Sensor; to capture high-quality cinematic video footage and shallower depths of field.

Drone specifications
Go Pro Hero 10
Go Pro Hero 10

All-out speed and ultimate ease, now in the most powerful GoPro ever. Powered by the revolutionary new GP2 processor, HERO10 Black shoots 5.3K video with double the frame rate, 23MP photos, enhanced low-light performance and game-changing HyperSmooth 4.0 video stabilization in all modes.

- All-new GP2 processor makes this the most powerful GoPro ever

- Unreal 5.3K60, 4K120, 2.7K240 video resolution + 23 megapixel photos

- Advanced HyperSmooth 4.0 video stabilisation

- Waterproof to 33ft + built tough

- Automatically upload footage to the cloud when charging

- TimeWarp 3.0, 8X Slo-Mo + tons of other features to nail any shot

- Compatible with Quik app

Drone specifications
Red Komodo
Red Komodo

Compact 6K cinema camera perfect for flying on the 7inch FPV.

Lenses include: LAOWA 9mm T2.9 Zero-D Cine Canon RF and LAOWA 14mm f4 FF RL Zero-D Canon RF

Drone specifications

Our FPV pilots

A photograph of FPV pilot Nick RIley

FPV Showreel

Nick Riley | Darkwing Pilot

A photograph of FPV pilot Oliver Lane

FPV Showreel

Oli Lane | Darkwing Pilot

FPV FAQs

What are the pros and cons of FPV?
FPV boasts fast, action packed movements with a new and unique style of aerial shooting. The drones are small and agile, built to fly through small spaces. Cons of FPV include a limited flight time, as well as limited payload weight capacity. While these drones are built to crash, they can also be prone to breaking down.
How is FPV different from regular drones?
FPV is unlike traditional drone flying, where the pilot operates the drone from the ground perspective. FPV pilots use the live video transmission from the drone's camera to see where they are going and in turn aim the camera live as they go. The video is transmitted from the drone to a pair of FPV goggles which the pilot wears for full immersion and ultimate accuracy when flying. FPV feed is available to be tapped out of the goggles to a viewing monitor or VT solution on set.
What should I look for when booking an FPV?
Make sure that the supplier has spare FPV drones for the day. When booking, understand what kind of shots you want and we can recommend the optimal drone. Make sure that the clients and crew understand that FPV drones are built to take risks and therefore crash and its not a big deal, hence the spares. Just because it’s a small drone with a cheaper camera doesn't mean its cheap, as the crew could be breaking up to 3 per day trying to achieve the shots required. The equipment will be  put to the test and reap the reward of good footage and stoked clients.

Tam Green

Film Aerial Producer
+27 60 862 6074

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