FAQ

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  • What is FAE ?
    FAE is short for Fotografie Aeriana Eu - leader in photo-video aerial services from drones. FAE is formed by: FAE FOTO, FAE VIDEO si FAE DRONES.
  • What kind of a flying machine are you using ?
    We are using a FAE DRONES lightweight drone.
  • What cameras do you use for aerial photos ?
    Aerial photographs are made based on project with SONY Alpha A6000 camera or HERO GoPro 4 camera with brushless video stabilizer.
  • Do you offer discounts for multiple orders ?
    Yes, customers who use our aerial photography or filming services repeatedly, benefit from discounts.
  • Can you fly over urban areas ?
    Yes, we can fly over any target areas, except when prohibited by law.
  • Can you offer aerial filming also ?
    Yes. FAE VIDEO makes aerial videos.
  • At what height can you fly ?
    Maximum altitude we can fly is 2000 m.
  • What flight autonomy do you have?
    Currently 30 minutes, extendable to 60 minutes.
  • How many engines a drone can have?
    A common drone can have 3, 4, 6 or 8 engines. The drone is called after the number of engines as tricopter, quadcopter, hexacopter or octocopter.
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Contact

FAE FILM

FAE FOTO
Theodor Pallady 287, 4th floor
Inside I.O.R. 2
Bucharest, sector 3
Romania
+40 721 223 342
office@fotografieaeriana.eu

FAQ

  • What kind of a flying machine are you using ?
    We are using a FAE DRONES lightweight drone.
  • What cameras do you use for aerial photos ?
    Aerial photographs are made based on project with SONY Alpha A6000 camera or HERO GoPro 4 camera with brushless video stabilizer.
  • At what height can you fly ?
    Maximum altitude we can fly is 2000 m.
  • Can you offer aerial filming also ?
    Yes. FAE FOTO makes aerial filming.
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