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November 19, 2014
Lead’Air Announces Three New Track’Air Oblique Midas Systems Based on the Nikon D810

Nov. 18, 2014 —When altitude restrictions are imposed to you by air traffic control and you have to either fly lower or higher than usual, you typical oblique camera system 50mm/85mm will not cope. Lead Air has therefore developed a new high altitude Midas and two new low altitudes Midas.

      1) Midas 180 MP based on the Nikon D810 36MP with 135mm nadir lens and 180mm 45 degrees oblique lenses. This system allows you to collect 5 cm (2 inches) from approximately 5,000 feet AGL.

2) Midas 180 MP based on the Nikon D810 36MP with 25mm nadir lens and 35mm 45 degrees oblique lenses. This system allows you to collect 5 cm (2 inches) from approximately 1,000 feet AGL.

3) Midas 180 MP based on the Nikon D810 36MP with 35mm nadir lens and 50mm 45 degrees oblique lenses. This system allows you to collect 5 cm (2 inches) from approximately 1,200 feet AGL.

These systems are fully stabilized +/- 10 degrees in all directions and have +/- 30 degrees drift compensation. They fit any camera hole providing the diameter is at least 19 inch (48 cm).

These three new systems come as an addition to the existing list of Midas options:

NIKON D810

  • Midas 180mp with five Nikon D810 36mp cameras, four 85mm obliques and one 50mm vertical
  • Midas 180mp with five Nikon D810 36mp cameras, four 135mm obliques and one 85mm vertical
  • Midas 180mp specially adapted for helicopter with five Nikon D810 36mp cameras, four 85mm obliques and one 50mm vertical
  • Midas 180mp specially adapted for helicopter with five Nikon D810 36mp cameras, four 135mm obliques and one 85mm vertical
  • Midas 215mp IR with six Nikon D810 36mp cameras, four 85mm obliques and two 50mm vertical, one of them IR
  • Midas 215mp 360 degrees with six oblique Nikon D810 36mp cameras
  • Midas 250mp with seven Nikon D810 36mp cameras, six obliques and one vertical

PHASEONE

  • Midas 230mp with four oblique Nikon D810 36mp cameras and one vertical Phaseone IXU 50mp
  • Midas 260mp with four oblique Nikon D810 36mp cameras and one vertical Phaseone IXAR 80mp
  • Midas 250mp specially adapted for helicopter with five PhaseOne IXU 150 50mp cameras, four obliques and one vertical
  • Midas 400mp with five PhaseOne IXAR 80mp cameras, four obliques and one vertical
  • Midas 400 mp with five Phaseone IXAR 80mp cameras, four obliques and one vertical
  • Midas 400mp specially designed for high altitude photography with five Lead’Air TCam 80mp cameras, four 240mm obliques and one 150mm vertical

http://trackair.com/

 

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November 19, 2014
Lead’Air Announces Three New Track’Air Oblique Midas Systems Based on the Nikon D810

Nov. 18, 2014 —When altitude restrictions are imposed to you by air traffic control and you have to either fly lower or higher than usual, you typical oblique camera system 50mm/85mm will not cope. Lead Air has therefore developed a new high altitude Midas and two new low altitudes Midas.

      1) Midas 180 MP based on the Nikon D810 36MP with 135mm nadir lens and 180mm 45 degrees oblique lenses. This system allows you to collect 5 cm (2 inches) from approximately 5,000 feet AGL.

2) Midas 180 MP based on the Nikon D810 36MP with 25mm nadir lens and 35mm 45 degrees oblique lenses. This system allows you to collect 5 cm (2 inches) from approximately 1,000 feet AGL.

3) Midas 180 MP based on the Nikon D810 36MP with 35mm nadir lens and 50mm 45 degrees oblique lenses. This system allows you to collect 5 cm (2 inches) from approximately 1,200 feet AGL.

These systems are fully stabilized +/- 10 degrees in all directions and have +/- 30 degrees drift compensation. They fit any camera hole providing the diameter is at least 19 inch (48 cm).

These three new systems come as an addition to the existing list of Midas options:

NIKON D810

  • Midas 180mp with five Nikon D810 36mp cameras, four 85mm obliques and one 50mm vertical
  • Midas 180mp with five Nikon D810 36mp cameras, four 135mm obliques and one 85mm vertical
  • Midas 180mp specially adapted for helicopter with five Nikon D810 36mp cameras, four 85mm obliques and one 50mm vertical
  • Midas 180mp specially adapted for helicopter with five Nikon D810 36mp cameras, four 135mm obliques and one 85mm vertical
  • Midas 215mp IR with six Nikon D810 36mp cameras, four 85mm obliques and two 50mm vertical, one of them IR
  • Midas 215mp 360 degrees with six oblique Nikon D810 36mp cameras
  • Midas 250mp with seven Nikon D810 36mp cameras, six obliques and one vertical

PHASEONE

  • Midas 230mp with four oblique Nikon D810 36mp cameras and one vertical Phaseone IXU 50mp
  • Midas 260mp with four oblique Nikon D810 36mp cameras and one vertical Phaseone IXAR 80mp
  • Midas 250mp specially adapted for helicopter with five PhaseOne IXU 150 50mp cameras, four obliques and one vertical
  • Midas 400mp with five PhaseOne IXAR 80mp cameras, four obliques and one vertical
  • Midas 400 mp with five Phaseone IXAR 80mp cameras, four obliques and one vertical
  • Midas 400mp specially designed for high altitude photography with five Lead’Air TCam 80mp cameras, four 240mm obliques and one 150mm vertical

http://trackair.com/

 

Comments are closed.