When you talk about science fiction imitating real life, the Dragonflyer X6 helicopter immediately comes to mind. What began years ago as a remote controlled child’s toy has evolved into an honest to goodness Unmanned Aerial Vehicle [UAV], capable of taking clear and precise still photographs and video images. One of the wonderful features of this machine is that it saves lives. With the Dragonflyer X6 helicopter, it is no longer necessary for military personnel or researchers to risk their lives flying over dangerous terrain to get accurate visual images of land masses, roadways, waterways, buildings and storage facilities.
The Dragonflyer X6 helicopter is easy to maneuver with a radio control handset capable of taking it in any direction. A video screen mounted on the controller enables the user to see everything the camera sees in real time. Depending on the mission, users have an option of mounting one of many available digital still cameras or HD video cameras to its base. The camera is suspended in such a way that there is virtually no vibration whatsoever, making it nearly impossible to get a bad picture. In addition, the Dragonflyer X6 helicopter has no unnecessary moving parts, which means that it is practically maintenance free.
The Dragonflyer X6 helicopter is also easy to transport. When not in use, it is easily stored and carried in a soft, lightweight military grade backpack carrier until it is ready for its next mission. Until then, it is safely tucked away, out of sight.