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A little confusing at first as their UK site shows the H520 on its home page whereas the US site promotes the Breeze but then I noticed there is a "commercial" tab on the US site which does take you to the H520.

http://yuneec.uk

http://us.yuneec.com

http://commercial.yuneec.com

BTW @Alan Perlman your holiday guide for the H520 takes you to the UK site if you select order now. Nothing against the U.K as I'm originally from that country :)

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19 hours ago, Spitfire76 said:

BTW @Alan Perlman your holiday guide for the H520 takes you to the UK site if you select order now

Also the $2000 price is without any camera which will add more than $1000 to the total price. I believe you would need to budget around $4000 for this platform if you add extra batteries or even more if you want to have multiple cameras. I guess though this is not a bad price for a commercial platform. I think if I were to invest in a professional platform I would definitely consider the H520 over a DJI. Some things that I like are.

  • Has 6 motors/props and can still fly if one fails
  • Able to handle high wind speeds.
  • Camera/gimbal modules can be quickly changed.
  • Controller includes a built in Android tablet.
  • Autopilot built on an open source flight stack.
  • SDK to develop 3rd party apps 

If anyone on the forum has purchased one please share your experience with the H520.

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