Winston-Salem, NC – TrueLook today released a new drone photography service available for all active customers, and became the first construction camera service to integrate with drone photography. A qualified pilot will capture HD photos and video of the client’s jobsite, and the media will automatically appear in the customer’s TrueLook app. This provides a simple, cost-effective way to add aerial photography and videography to project documentation.
TrueLook has a nationwide network of drone operators on call. Pilots are insured and FAA approved to fly for commercial purposes. These qualifications circumvent the largest hurdles of customers trying to legally operate their own drone or quadcopter; FAA requirements, paperwork, and guidelines are ever-changing and time-consuming to wade through. Each pilot is vetted for professionalism and bound by strict safety guidelines.
The drone service will deliver high quality HD media. At least 20 aerial images are captured in 4k resolution. An edited 1080p video production of the flight is also delivered. The media will appear in the customer’s TrueLook photo albums within a day or two.
To learn more about the aerial drone photography service, please visit truelook.com/cameras/drone-photography/.
TrueLook specializes in construction cameras used for remote jobsite monitoring, project time-lapsing, and security video recording. TrueLook’s cloud-based software delivers powerful camera interactivity, image documentation, and collaboration features to unlimited simultaneous users. TrueLook is also a leading provider of marketing webcams used in hospitality, retail, sporting, trade show, and other live events. Founded in 1995, the company has pioneered IP camera technology including development of the world’s first pan/tilt/zoom (PTZ) network camera. For more information, please visit: www.truelook.com.
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