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Quadcopters generally use two pairs of identical fixed pitched propellers; two clockwise and two counterclockwise. These use independent variation of the speed of each rotor to achieve control. By changing the speed of each rotor it is possible to specifically generate a desired total thrust to locate the center.

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Who We Are

With hundreds of hours in flight, our unique cinematic approach is solidly rooted in a decade of professional experience. Our studio’s strength lies in our diverse backgrounds in architecture, cinematography, photography and graphics.

Jason Parkett

Creative Director

Quadcopters differ from conventional helicopters, which use rotors that are able to vary the pitch of their blades dynamically as they move around the rotor hub. In the early days of flight, quadcopters were seen as possible solutions.

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