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FAQ

흡음/방음공사 FAQ

Are you licensed?


Yes. We have an Advanced RPAS Pilot certificate and registered drones with Transport Canada (PC1912414462)




How long, high, far can you fly?


High: Due to Canadian Regulations for Advanced Pilot Operations, we are limited to flying 400ft (121m) above ground level. Far: Our drones are capable of flying several km’s from the operator although due to Canadian laws, we need to ensure we maintain line of sight at all times. Long: We are able to fly up to 30min on a single battery. For each shoot, we bring enough batteries for 3+ hours of flying time. If longer shoots are required, we can charge batteries on-site if AC power is available.




How much notice do you need for a project?


At least 1 Business Day.
Most places in the Greater Toronto Area are restricted airspace. As a licensed, advanced drone operator, we can apply for permission to fly in these area. We require at least a full business day to obtain the necessary government approvals.




Any weather requirements?


Optimal conditions for aerial photography and video require winds less than 15km/h. Our advanced drones however are able to fly in conditions up to 30km/h and produce stunning and stable visuals. Unfortunately, due to current drone technology, we are unable to fly in the rain or heavy snow. Operating tempratures are limited to -10C to +40C.




I already have a photographer. What can you do?


If you are happy with your current photography firm, then we can work with them to providing stunning imagery and video to incorportate into their productions. We can provide the following files / formats (Techie Stuff): - Colour Mode: Dlog-M (10bit), support HDR video (HLG 10bit) - Photo Formats: JPEG / DNG (RAW) - Video Formats: MP4 / MOV (MPEG-4 AVC/H.264, HEVC/H.265)