Freefly Showed Entire Product Line at 2016 NAB

At 2016 NAB, Freefly Systems showed its full product line, including the new ALTA 8 drone, which was released just a few weeks ago, and its MōVI camera stabilizers.

Freefly said its ALTA 8 expands the capabilities of the ALTA line of multi-rotor drones for the most demanding customers who want to carry the largest cinema payloads on the market.

Unpack and be ready to shoot in under five minutes thanks to quick release top and bottom trays, swan-neck carbon booms and proprietary carbon propellers.

Confidently fly professional payloads weighing up to 20-pounds knowing that you are guided by the Synapse Flight Controller. Capture cinematic aerial shots from any perspective with the ability to mount the MōVI on top.

MōVI M5

MōVI M5

The MōVI M5 applies Freefly's stabilization technology to a system that delivers smooth footage on the ground.

Highly refined software and ultra lightweight construction define the MōVI M5, a stabilizer tuned for the latest DSLR video cameras and lenses packages weighing under five pounds.

Long days requiring a variety of innovative shots becomes second nature and leads to results that redefine video production. Professional build quality and industry-leading technology are now accessible to filmmakers facing any kind of project.

The MōVI M5 is priced at $2,995.00, while the ALTA 8 is $17,495.

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