Typhoon H is the first hexa-rotor drone to enter YUNEEC's Typhoon family. This version of the hexacopter features the GCO3+ gimbal-stabilized, 4K camera with 12MP stills mode, making it a perfect choice for aerial imaging of all types. In addition to a GPS-based navigation system, which enables familiar features such as automatic return to home and orientation control, there is a front-facing ultrasonic sensor. The apparatus helps detect large obstacles and avoid collisions. The hexa-rotor design offers better flight stability and more precise control; plus, it means failure of a single motor will not be fatal. The landing gear retracts in-flight, offering an unobstructed 360 degrees of shooting. Carbon fiber parts and folding motor arms reduce the Typhoon H's weight and profile for easy transport – even to the remotest of locations.