30X zoom camera for fix wing and VTOL, with object tracking

Sky Eye-U30 gyro-stabilized camera payload can be mounted on any fixed-wing or VTOL Unmanned Aerial Vehicle. It combines cutting-edge technologies in lightweight, affordable, gyro-stabilized gimbal system. Which makes it a perfect choice for applications like inspection, surveillance, search, and rescue.

High quality video sensor
Sky Eye-U30 is using SONY FCB-EV7520 camera block, which provides 1080P 60FPS full HD video streaming and up to 360X zoom capability. It also features anti-fog, video enhancement and some other advanced features.

Auto object tracking
With onboard object tracking module, Sky Eye-U30 is able to track static or moving target easily, keeping it in the center of the frame.

Easy for integration
Sky Eye-U30 can not only be controlled via PWM signal, but also serial command. Also gimbal status(like Yaw/Pitch angle, zoom position etc) can be obtained by sending serial command to the gimbal via its serial port, which is really useful for precise gimbal control and system integration.

Clean and simple wiring
Sky Eye-U30 comes with one wiring hub for RC receiver and video output port, which makes wiring pretty easy and clean. 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.

Compact and lightweight
Sky Eye-U30 weighs as little as 690g to help you meet your payload weight allowance.

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Comment by John Arne Birkeland on September 8, 2018 at 4:54am

Hi, Does the gimbal support absolute positioning when controlled via the serial port?

Comment by yangdaonline on September 9, 2018 at 8:29pm

Hi John, do you mean the gimbal pointing to a specific area during the flight? Our solution is to command the gimbal to track a static object of that area, then the gimbal will point to that area all the time during the flight. 

Comment by François Chemarin on September 10, 2018 at 5:32am

It's quite amazing to see this kind of stuff!
I'm also impressed by the UAV shown at the beginning of the video. Could you please tell me more about it?

Comment by yangdaonline on September 10, 2018 at 8:24am

Hi François Chemarin, the gimbal is not mounted on any UAV in the video, but placed on the ground, sorry for the confusion :)

We will shoot more videos in the air, please follow our Youtube channel for the update if you are interested.

Comment by François Chemarin on September 11, 2018 at 7:38am

I was talking about this one

Comment by John Arne Birkeland on September 11, 2018 at 2:51pm


I mean absolute PTZ positioning. Meaning that you can go to a specific position, read the gimbal angle and camera zoom values via serial, and then later input (serial) those values to make the camera go back to the exact same position again.

Comment by yangdaonline on September 11, 2018 at 11:42pm

Hi François Chemarin, sorry again for the confusion: we do not mount the gimbal onto that fix wing plane, our designer get it from Google :-)

Comment by yangdaonline on September 11, 2018 at 11:44pm

@John Arne Birkeland

The gimbal can do that, but it is not a standard feature, need a little customization on serial commands. We can discuss more if you are interested in gimbal with that feature. My email: info@yangdaonline.com. Thank you!

Comment by RIJUN RK on February 12, 2019 at 11:12pm

Can I interface it with Pixhawk to get live feed?

Comment by yangdaonline on February 14, 2019 at 2:10am


You can only get the live feed from gimbal micro HDMI video output.

Anyway, the gimbal supports Mavlink, so it is compatible with the Pixhawk flight controller.


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