Mapping UAV with Parameter Limitations

First off! Long time lurker. Second, this is for work. It is kinda what I do. So you will be helping me solve my problem and for that I thank you in advance.So a simple solution off that bat for me is the DJI inspire 2. It has all the goodies I need.Limitation:1) firmware that prevents flying in certain areas.Solution:1) Not upgrade the hardware or will it come pre-installed with this hardware update?2) Custom build one from scratch!?I use pixhawks regularly and am quite familiar with them and all the goodies that they present.Custom build Limitations:1) Good camera gimbals are hard to come by. Or at least user friendly.2) Finding frames big enough to support at least a 20mp camera.3) Probably the biggest. needs to be USA supplier. Sorry, I love my country.**Any recommendations or links to good websites would be super awesome!Glad to be a part of such a good progressive community.-Riley

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  • Riley-

    We make a variety of ready to fly UAVs and frame kits that might be suitable for your needs. I have attached a picture of two of our frames with a 3DR IRIS for scale. The large frame supports 30" props, while the smaller frame supports 18" props. Both frames are extremely stiff and lightweight, and are sealed from the elements.


    Thanks

    -Brian

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    https://storage.ning.com/topology/rest/1.0/file/get/3702423313?profile=original
  • A 550 or larger hex frame build should be large enough for whatever size camera you choose, have you considered that?

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