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C275 CG

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Polytech has introduced a high performance multi-sensor gimbal for airborne surveillance missions.



The compact new gimbal is only 11 inches in diameter and has a total mass of less than 12 kg making it perfect for use with light helicopters and drones. The C275 CG integrates a high performance thermal camera as well as a colour day camera. Operating using four axes of stabilisation, it produces very high quality results.

A miniature inertial power station is integrated into the optical frame enabling geo-referencing and geo-pointing missions as well as interfacing with 3D cartography. To facilitate the tracking of moving targets and locking on static scenes the Colbalt C275 CG also comes standard with VILGA video tracker technology.