30X EO/IR drone zoom camera with object tracking and geotagging

Eagle Eye-30IE is a 3-axis high stabilized gimbal with EO(electro-optical) and IR(infrared) sensors for drone inspection,surveillance,search and rescue applications.The SONY 30X zoom camera provides 1080P 60FPS full HD video streaming and up to 360X zoom capability,which enable you to see every detail you need in the air even you are far away from the object.While the thermal camera allows you to detect targets in the night or low visibile conditions,and provides you with priceless information when you are carrying out missions like inspecting or monitoring objects.High-performance 3-axis gimbal is developed based on FOC(field-oriented control) technology,which will give you crystal clear video footage.

Eagle Eye-30IE is using the most advanced thermal tracking technology,with which you will never lose the object,the tracking function works on daylight sensor too.How it works:zoom in and put the object you want to track in the screen,move the cursor to the object and lock it via controller,and then the camera will track it automatically.

Another big feature for Eagle Eye-30IE is that the gimbal will geotag the video streaming and photos,also gimbal Yaw/Pitch angle,height,time information will be displayed on camera OSD,this is really important when you are conducting missions like rescue and search.

Eagle Eye-30IE provides an outstanding wiring hub design for RC receiver and video output port,which makes wiring pretty easily.Also the gimbal offers 2 smart speed modes:FAST speed and LOW speed.Fast speed mode is used for small zooming range,which makes the gimbal control sensitive and quick.LOW speed mode is used for large zoom range,will enable you to target the object more accurately.


1) Weight:1200grams(cameras included)
2) 1/2.8 inch 2.13MP CMOS sensor
3) 30X optical zoom,CVBS and 1080P/60 HDMI output for video downlink
4) 1080P/30 H.264 video recorded for on-board TF card
5) Thermal camera:640*480,25HZ,1-4X digital zooming,radiometric(optional)
6) Auto object tracking function
7) Geotag,gimbal Yaw/Pitch angle info,height,time will be displayed
8) PWM control and serial command control
9) Convenient wiring hub for RC receiver and video output
10) 3-aixs high stabilized gimbal system
11) Adjustable control speed: SLOW speed for large zoom range,accurate.FAST speed for small zoom range,sensitive and quick.
12) One key back to home position

Product link:http://www.yangdaonline.com/eagle-eye-30ie-30x-eo-ir-dual-sensor-dr...


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Comment by Moderator_Bo on October 18, 2017 at 9:47pm

Nice product :) 

But that price tag! (and a bit heavy 1200g)

Comment by yangdaonline on October 18, 2017 at 9:59pm

Hi Moderator_Bo,thanks for the comment.

If you are interested in this gimbal,we can talk more.

If you don't mind,may I know your email address?

Comment by Moderator_Bo on October 18, 2017 at 10:24pm

It is ok for you to pm me here yangda if you wish to. Thanks.

Comment by Hein du Plessis on October 19, 2017 at 12:30pm
Looks great, can it work inverted, as on the nose of a skywalker fixed wing?
Comment by Damian on October 19, 2017 at 1:58pm

not sure if I would put a £12k camera on the skywalker ... 

Comment by Hein du Plessis on October 19, 2017 at 9:48pm
Can you afford anything else after paying 12k for the camera :) I was just illustrating the type of application. Seriously, small fixed wings are very effective for surveillance over multi rotors in my experience. 3 hours endurance and more reliable.
Comment by jlcortex on October 20, 2017 at 2:04am

Nice camera, I have some customers asking for EO/IR payloads and it have nice features.

- Has you measured stabilization accuracy or "de-stabilization" in uRad?

- What is the FOV and focal lenght of thermal camera?

Comment by yangdaonline on October 20, 2017 at 3:11am

Dear Hein du Plessis,

Yes,you can install it upside down on fixed wings.

We have one 18X EO/IR,it is only 9K,please take a look at it:http://www.yangdaonline.com/eagle-eye-iv-x18-eo-ir-sensor-zoom-camera/

Comment by yangdaonline on October 20, 2017 at 3:20am

Dear Jose,

1)It is 0.02 degree stabilization accuracy,that is 349uRad

2)The thermal camera is using 19mm lens.Horizon:28.4 degree Vertical:21.5 degree

Comment by yangdaonline on October 20, 2017 at 6:28am

Outdoor test,demonstrating powerful zoom capability and object tracking function


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