Aerial mapping cameras

Best-in-class cameras for the most precise survey results

Thanks to WingtraOne’s heavy payload capacity, the selected cameras are the best in their respective categories. There’s no compromise on digital aerial image quality due to size or weight limitations. Payloads are easy to swap, so one drone can be used for different projects. Moreover, smooth vertical landings protect the expensive cameras even in rough environments.

Down to
0.7
cm/px GSD
or 0.3 in/px GSD
Full-frame
42
MP
camera
Easy to
swap
Orthomosaic of a mine in Serbia

RGB cameras

Mapping cameras for aerial surveying applications
Qx1 and RX1 cameras
Down to
0.7
cm/px GSD
or 0.3 in/px GSD
Full-frame
42
MP
camera

For high accuracy surveys, WingtraOne carries the Sony RX1R II 42 MP camera. Its full-frame sensor guarantees superior image resolution for a drone camera, while low distortion lenses ensure best reconstruction results. Together with the integrated PPK option, this bundle offers absolute data accuracy down to 1 cm (0.4 in).

With the more affordable Sony QX1 PPK bundle you get industry standard down to 3 cm (1.2 in) absolute accuracy. The bundle also offers the broadest available coverage at 120 m (400 ft) altitude. 

Map types
  • Orthophoto
  • 3D reconstruction and point clouds
  • Single images

Speciality camera

Camera for multispectral data collection

Multispectral camera Micasense Rededge MX
 
5
bands
narrow spectral
 
DLS 2
 
with embedded GPS

For aerial mapping applications like agriculture, forestry or environmental research, WingtraOne features a rugged RedEdge-MX multispectral payload. With a full-spectrum camera, this option lets you capture RGB, NDVI, and advanced vegetation index layers in a single flight.

Map types
  • NDVI index map
  • Chlorophyll map
  • DSM
  • RGB

One drone for many applications

Easily swap cameras

WingtraOne is engineered to be flexible for flight with various payloads. Changing them takes just a few minutes. Get the flexibility of extremely high resolution with the Sony RX1R II, or the leading edge of multispectral imagery with the Micasense RedEdge-MX in the same drone.

How to switch the camera

To switch the payloads, just unscrew the modular block and replace it with another one of our payloads and plug in the micro USB cable.

Operator switching drone camera

WingtraOne cameras highlights

All camera features

Payload protection

Shock-free vertical landing: a standard WingtraOne feature

Swappable payloads

Fully modular with single standard USB-C interface

Payload damping

Passive damping for brilliant, sharp images

Power supply

Externally by main batteries to ensure missions with thousands of images

What our customers say

The main advantage with the WingtraOne was the high quality images from the camera. The Sony RX1R II camera with 35 mm lens makes it possible to cover the area efficiently at a high altitude of 390 m (1270 ft).

Herman Strydom
Owner of Strydom & Associates Land Surveyors
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RGB cameras

Model Sony camera RXR1
Sony RX1RII

Sony QX1 20mm
Sony camera QX1 15mm
Sony QX1 15mm
Best for
Best quality bundle for low GSD and high precision in mining operations, forest and mountain aerial surveying.
Professional entry bundle for mapping and hands-on surveyors
Sophisticated bundle for 3D reconstruction specialists
Main quality features
Best coverage to GSD ratio, highest resolution, accuracy down to 1 cm (0.4 in).
Flexible lens options, down to 3 cm (1.2 in) absolute accuracy.
Flexible lens options, down to 3 cm (1.2 in) absolute accuracy, broadest available coverage at 120 m (400 ft) altitude.
Lens
35 mm lens
20 mm lens
15 mm lens
Technical specifications
Full-frame sensor, 42 MP, RGB
APS-C sensor, 20 MP, RGB
APS-C sensor, 20 MP, RGB
Camera weight
(incl. mount)
575 g (1.27 lb)
330 g (0.73 lb)
600 g (1.32 lb)
GSD range
0.7-31 cm/px
0.28-12.3 in/px
1.4-53 cm/px
0.55-21.0 in/px
1.4-70 cm/px
0.55-28.0 in/px
Coverage at lowest GSD
at 60% side overlap
100 ha (at 0.7 cm/px) at 57 m flight altitude
247 acres (at 1.18 in/px) at 188 ft flight altitude
150 ha (1.4 cm/px) at 66 m flight altitude
370 acres (0.55 in/px) at 218 ft flight altitude
130 ha (at 1.4 cm/px) at 50 m flight altitude
320 acres (at 0.55 in/px) at 164 ft flight altitude
Coverage at 120 m / 394 feet
at 60% side overlap
210 ha (at 1.5 cm/px)
520 ac (at 0.61 in/px)
270 ha (at 2.6 cm/px)
670 ac (at 1.0 in/px)
320 ha (at 3.4 cm/px)
790 ac(at 1.3 in/px)
Camera selection criteria
 
 
 
Best resolution
(minimal GSD)
Overall image quality
Sensor quality
Lens quality
Coverage at specific GSD
Coverage at limited flight altitude
3D reconstruction
Forest/Mountain
Wildlife
Sample images
 
 
 
Low GSD images

GSD – 0.7 cm/px (0.3 in/px)
Altitude 54 m (177 ft)

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Original image (32 MB)

GSD – 1.4 cm/px (0.6 in/px)
Altitude 66 m (217 ft)

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Original image (15 MB)

GSD – 1.4 cm/px (0.6 in/px)
Altitude 49 m (161 ft)

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Original image (9 MB)
Images at 100m flight altitude

GSD – 1.4 cm/px (0.6 in/px)

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Original image (39 MB)

GSD – 2.3 cm/px (0.9 in/px)

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Original image (18 MB)

GSD – 3.1 cm/px (1.2 in/px)

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Original image (18 MB)

Specialty cameras

Model Sony Camera RX1
Micasense RedEdge-MX
Best for
Advanced bundle for precision farmers and plant analysis.
Main quality features
High quality multispectral images
Lens
5.5 mm lens; spectral bands: blue, green, red, red edge, near-IR (global shutter, narrowband)
Technical specifications
5 individual custom sensors, multispectral
Camera weight
(Includes DLS 2 and cable)
232 g (0.51 lb)
GSD range
8 cm/px (3.15 in/px) (per band) at 120 m (400 ft) AGL
Coverage at lowest GSD
at 60% side overlap
160 ha (at 6.8 cm/px) at 98 m flight altitude
395 ac (at 2.62 in/px) at 321 ft flight altitude
Coverage at 120 m / 394 feet
at 60% side overlap
200 ha at 8.2 cm/px GSD
490 ac at 3.2 in/px GSD

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