The Typhoon H is a hexacopter that, as its name suggests, is fitted with six arms, each of which is equipped with special props that can be easily and conveniently disconnected from the motors. This particular drone's arms will fold down from their flight format when not in flight, making it easy for the hexacopter to be stored in a special hardcase backpack.
This hexacopter is capable of capturing 12-megapixel stills as well as 4K videos. Its 115-degree F2 lens and electronic shutter adds a whole new level of functionality. It can be controlled using an Android-based ST16 controller with a specially integrated 7-inch display. The drone also has ultrasonic proximity detection for increased control.
Ultimately, the Typhoon H hexacopter is planning to reconfigure drone-based photography using high technology to increase convenience.