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If you’re into adventure sports, there’s a good chance you’ve created videos of some of your adventures, and if you’re like almost every other person, you will have a vision to go the extra step with your footage, and have even considered your options for improvement.
If you’re ready to go next level with your adventure videos, there are some amazing tech items now available to do just that, and Mongrel Gear have a large range of First Person View (or Fly by Pilots View) radio controlled aircraft, accessories, and cameras to suit every need.
First Person View radio controlled aircraft are available in so many options, from beginner level to professional and highly advanced videographers. Drones, fixed wing and multi-rotor helicopters have become increasingly popular in recent years, and are available with many options, catering for most brands of video cameras.
Flying FPV requires some basic components like a camera, video transmitter, video receiver, and a means to view the received signal like video goggles or an LCD screen, which are all available through Mongrel Gear. They also supply items like head trackers, which allow the camera to move in the craft, as the pilots head moves.
When it comes to cameras for use in your FPV, Mongrel Gear have an unbeatable range featuring brands like Fat Shark, Go Pro, Mobius and DJI Zenmuse, and they have a number of complete kits that are ready to fly.
The team at Mongrel Gear can also handle your RPAS/UAV Certification and give assistance in preparing your OC application and paperwork for CASA. They can also supply information about the legalities of flying and FPV in your area.
Mongrel gear not only supply a massive range of craft, cameras and accessories but they also have a service and repair centre for your Copters, UAVs, and for machine certification.
Mongrel Gear is an all Australian owned family run business started in 2006 and is based in Yass, in the Southern Tablelands of NSW.