Working on this project need suggestion ..

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is there any requirement of such payload?

any technical suggestion?

what should be the price?

ESP-I:  Estimated price:700$
The EPS-I is a self stabilizing two-axis PTZ drone /UAV camera that is used to achieve extremely smooth camera motions. It is an easy to use device that eliminates shaky video and allows you to concentrate on your inspection and surveillance

What’s different about it?

Unique product in this classification:

There is no such products available in the market similar professional payload are heavy or very expensive.

Can be fit to any medium size multi-rotor and fixed wings

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No wiring outside compare to standard Gimbal setup.

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Very light weight in the market (230 gm with camera)

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Modular design to replace between day/night payloads

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Vibration Mount

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EPS-I specification:

Gimbal Capabilities

  • Size (DxH): 100mm x 130mm
  • Weight: 300 gm
  • Tilt: ±90°
  • Pan: 360° Continuous
  • On board recording

Video Output

  • Analogue video: Composite
  • 10X zoom with EO
  • Snapshot and recording option
  • Picture pixel: 1920 x 1200
  • Video Pixel: 300W,1920(H)X1080(V)
  • Video output: AV:1080p, 30FPS,


  • Power input 12 volt
  • AV out output for video transmitter
  • Zoom, recording and Gimbal position control from GCS/RC


  • Day / Night surveillance
  • Aerial Infrastructure Inspection
  • Search & Rescue
  • Traffic Surveillance
  • Coastal and Border Control
  • Anti-Terrorist and Law Enforcement
  • Surveillance
  • costal Surveillance
  • Wildlife monitoring


Target coordinate from payload image in real time

 Future Development:

  • Object Tracking with (Mission planner/APM planner)
  • Gimbal control from GCS (Mission planner/APM planner)
  • GCS real-time video stabilization


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  • Yes the prototype is developed using 3d printing parts and some PTZ camera case to achieve 230 gram.

    Our manufacture partner yet give us some plastic molded parts  for delivery.

    It has strom32 micro gimbal controller.

    By tomorrow i will try to upload a video  from the gimbal.

  • @Pritam : Good catch, it's cool to see that we are doing almost the same thing so far away :)

    @Rob : I've been using this kind of system for several months now. This is actually a security PTZ camera dismantled. The "nice" plastic part are from the original PTZ. It is a very cost effective approach to built DIY gimbal system. Caution though, it is NOT optimized for UAV as it is...the PTZ core mechanism is made of stepper motors , so there is no mechanical stabilization - it requires IMU + some kind of controller to keep it at horizon -, the stock frame is a bit heavy... but it's easy to use and quite fast and smooth. 

    My team developped a very light (200g) brushless gimbal using only the sensor (10x digital camera) from these kind of PTZ camera. We also worked on a digital HD link so everything can be controlled via a Web or smartphone interface easily. I might post some pictures later.

  • Gary, yes, but these sorts of systems tend to be used for technical applications, not artistic, so the roll compensation is not required, and the complexity is not desired.  Very common with these sorts of mounts.

  • Hi Pritam,

    I am most concerned that for multicopter use perhaps more so than for airplane this kind of gimbal does not incorporate roll compensation.

    It can compensate or move in yaw and pitch but not roll.

    On multicopters roll is continuously used to maneuver and compensate for drift and motion.



  • I am very interested in a product like this available at a reasonable cost.  Do you have a demo video of the actual performance?

    I'm curious why the lower shell appears to be a nice molded plastic piece, but the upper half is 3D Printed?

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