Typhoon H

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

$999.00

  • Six Rotor Safety
  • 3-Axis Gimbal Pans Full 360º
  • Capture Up to 4K Video at 30fps / 1080p up to 120fps
  • 12.4 Megapixel Still Photos
  • Shutter Range 1/30 – 1/8000
  • Flight Modes Include Point of Interest, Orbit, Curve Cable Cam, Journey, Follow/Watch Me and Dynamic Return Home
  • ST16 Pro Ground Station Transmitter
  • 7″ Touchscreen to View/Operate Camera
  • Quick Disconnect Propellers Allow Speedy Install/Removal

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Award winning innovation 
Typhoon H is the most advanced aerial photography and videography platform available in such a compact size. Driven by customer demand for a design that goes beyond the limitations of a traditional quadcopter, Typhoon H delivers capabilities previously only found in high-end professional offerings, but at a consumer price.

Typhoon H offers flight durations of up to 25 minutes while filming with the CGO3+ 4K UHD camera. The Android powered ST16 Ground Station features a 7-inch touchscreen that displays live footage of your flight in HD 720p resolution and enables a wide variety of autonomous flight modes.

A full 360º view of the world
The 3-axis anti-vibration CGO3+ gimbal camera captures ultra-stable 4k Ultra High Definition video, vivid 12 megapixel still images and can be rotated through an unlimited, 360º range of motion. The CGO3+ gimbal camera features a high quality glass 98º field of view, wide-angle lens, and offers manual camera settings while in flight.

ST16 all-in-one controller
The ST16 Ground Station is an integrated transmitter, receiver and Android platform that gives you full control over Typhoon H, allowing you to easily program autonomous flight and capture stunning photos and videos. The large 7-inch integrated screen displays real-time footage of your flight, eliminating the need for an external device.

Digital video downlink in HD 720p
View real-time footage in HD 720p on the screen of the ST16 transmitter with integrated digital video downlink with a range of up to 1 mile (1.6km).

Team mode can be achieved with an optional second ST16 controller or Wizard (both sold separately) 
Wizard is compact flight controller with its own GPS beacon, making it the perfect second controller and homing device for the Typhoon H. With Wizard controlling Typhoon H’s flight path, the camera operator can use the included ST16 controller to focus on capturing breathtaking still images and video.

Multiple intelligent task modes
Take your creativity to the next level by letting Typhoon H’s autonomous flight modes focus on the flying while you focus on the shot.

Orbit Me
Typhoon H flies a circular path around you, keeping the camera trained on you the whole time.

Point Of Interest
Select a subject and Typhoon H will orbit that subject autonomously.

Journey
Typhoon H will go up and out, as far as 150ft, and capture the perfect aerial selfie.

Curve Cable Cam
Easily program an invisible route for the Typhoon H to fly along, Typhoon H will fly between pre-set coordinates while independently controlling camera position.

Follow Me/Watch Me
Follow Me ensures Typhoon H moves along with you. Watch Me tells Typhoon H to follow you while always pointing camera at you wherever you go.

Dynamic Return to Home
Simply switch to Home Mode and Typhoon H will return and land within 26 feet (8 meters) of you.

Easy propeller installation
Quick release buttons make installing and removing each propeller simple and fast. High performance propellers, make Typhoon H agilie, fast and instantly responsive to commands.

Retractable landing gear
Typhoon H’s landing gear retract out of the way to give you a full, 360º view of the world without anything obstructing your view.

Foldable arms
Each one of the six folds down for unparalleled convenience and compactness.

1 review for Typhoon H

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Style: Hexacopter|Verified Purchase
    I have owned the unit for a few months now. I wanted to make sure that I put enough flight time in and fully tested the unit before I made my review. I spent many hours researching the different features within the different drones available. When deciding what drone I wanted, I had to realize what purpose I wanted the drone for. I do a lot of extreme sports and I wanted a drone that would be easy to fly and have the ability to capture the video that I wanted. It came down to the DJI Phantom 4 and the Yuneec Typhoon H. Both drones are amazing but each have their own pros and cons.

    Here are the reasons I chose the Typhoon H over the Phantom 4:

    First and foremost, I wanted a drone that had a follow me feature. Specifically one that was easy to use. Even though the P4 has the easiest tracking feature, there were some major flaws. DJI worked on visual tracking. Sometime the drone could not keep up and would lose sight or if I went behind a tree or under some brush, it would lose its tracking ability. It also cannot descend while in tracking mode. DJI does not allow it to go below the starting altitude, so when causing down a mountain, I would get smaller and smaller until it completely lost its subject. With the Typhoon H, I am able to use the Wizard remote, which is not much bigger than an apple remote, and have the drone track me by GPS. This would also allow me to swim in water and still have the drone follow.

    I also wanted a drone that had a 360 gimbal. Now this seems to be a very touchy subject amongst the drones. Some people say, “why not just use the yaw of the drone for panning the camera”? That could work, but for a professional videographer as myself, the smoothness is just not there. It is easier to have the drone hover in place and use the camera controls to get the shot the you are looking for. I have also noticed that with the P4, at times you would see the landing gear. This was a major draw back for me, but again, its all in how you are using the drone.

    These were the two things that were most important for me and that is why I chose the Typhoon H. You may have different things that are important to you, such as GPS redundancies.

    My experience with the Typhoon H up till this point has been flawless and I’m very glad that I made this my drone of choice. It does take some getting use to the controller as it looks very intimidating. I can tell you this, take your time, learn your drone and you will become very familiar with it in no time. You will definitely want to buy extra batteries, yes, the flight time is not as long as the P4. I went flying with a friend who owns a DJI Inspire 1, which he uses for search and rescue with our local sheriffs department, and he had more fun flying the Typhoon H than his Inspire 1.

    The bottom line is this, each drone is unique in its own way. Do your research and figure out which features work best of you. If you would like to ask specific questions about the Typhoon H, feel free to comment below.

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