It depends on the drone and the capabilities of that particular model. Some drones, like the DJI Matrice 300 RTK, can carry up to 3 payloads. Some can only have one. Pay attention to the camera weight vs. what the drone can carry. The benefits of carrying more than one camera is that you can combine different features. For example, you can load one visual camera and one thermal camera to get two different types of useful photographs.
LinkedAll carries many cameras for your UAVs, each offering different capabilities. Options include:
Every camera allows you to complete different tasks.
Yes. Adding a camera does affect the battery life flight time of your drone. In order to keep your drone in the air for longer, we recommend having extra batteries on standby to replace the ones that get drained. Keeping extra batteries on standby will ensure you are able to complete the mission.
Drone licenses vary with what you are using your device for. If you are using your UAV for a paid service then the FAA requires you to have a Part 107 license. This allows you to offer drone services to people legally. If you are flying your drone for recreational purposes then you would need to complete a free test called TRUST (The Recreational UAS Safety Test).
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