FAQ

  Q:  What image/video resolution do your drones produce?   

  • Still Images up to 16 megapixels.
  • Video up to 4K at 30 frames per  second. 

Q:  Can I get copies of all of the raw footage from the drone flights? 

  • We can provide you all of the raw footage in several formats or we can edit your images and video to meet your requirements. 

Q:  Can you take still photos from video clips shot with the drones? 

  • Yes, in most cases, but stills from the drone video will not be as high quality as direct still images. 

Q:  How many minutes of video do you typically shoot? 

  • Batteries allow for 15-20 minutes total flight times so actual flights are limited to 10-15 minutes as all flights are terminated when battery level reaches 30%.  We can make several flight in order to guarantee that we get the shots you request.

Q:  Are you insured? 

  • Absolutely. We carry a specialized policy with $1 million coverage for the unlikely event that something goes wrong. 

Q:  What guidelines do you have for your drone operations? 

  • All Image In Flight drone operations will follow the guidelines below: 
  • Drones are given a thorough pre-flight inspection by the operator before each flight.
  • All INWAerial Drones are under 55lbs take off weight.
  • Drones will always be in Visual line-of-sight (VLOS) of the operator.
  • In some cases INWAerial may bring a visual observer to assist in maintaining VLOS.
  • Maximum drone airspeed is 100 mph (87 knots). 
  • Maximum drone altitude is 400 feet above ground level or highest point of nearby structure.
  • Minimum weather visibility is 3 miles from control station.
  • We comply with all FAA rules for operation of a UAV near airports and within other airspace.  If the shoot is within 5 miles of an airport or any part of Class B, C, D or E airspace, INWAerial will need to secure permission for the flight before starting.   A: 
  • Still Images up to 16 megapixels.
  • Video up to 4K at 30 frames per second. 

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