For all the non-hungarian speakers, this part of the site gives you a deep overwiev of our professional 4K drone filming, 16 M shooting services for english speakers. If You want to skip everything and need immediate info, call Mr. Tivadar Neuwald on +36 30 982 13 68, or write e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Updated version: 09.01.2017. Friday.
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- What we do
- Who we are
- Why choose us?
- How much does it cost?
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Contact details
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In brief: we tell stories in a way no one else does.
At length: we record moving or still pictures from the air, using a professional drone device (DJI’s Inspire 1 Pro), the most significant novelty of which is being able to record distortion-free, crystal clear images in 360 degrees in up to 4K resolution, without any part obscuring the view. We can stay in the air for a continuous period of minimum 12 * 17 minutes, more than 3 hours pure shooting time (with 1-minute battery replacement breaks), using smart, high capacity 5700 mAh batteries. We need to land for the time of the 1-minute battery replacement. We provide the raw recordings on digital storage media. We can process and edit the recorded material at your request, providing a compact, ready video with remastered voice.
[su_label type=”info”]We are specialized in indoor works.[/su_label]
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eContext Informatika Bt., the legal predecessor of ATN Kereskedelmi és Informatikai Kft., a dynamically growing Hungarian sales and IT company, was launched in January 2001 by its two founders, who have continued to be the sole proprietors since. We believe that no two tasks are identical, so we look at each new assignment as a new challenge. We aim to offer and provide personalized, quality solutions of uniform sturdiness to our clients, with creative and flexible expertise.
- Our company has a law-abiding behavior as per in Hungary there are very strict rules to operate a drone in the air.
- We have the obligatory liability insurance to officialy operate a drone in the hungarian airspace.
- Our insurance policy number: GB930228820140701001
- ATN Ltd. pilot identification number: mfpve25234/2015
- ATN Ltd. is a proudly member of the National Association of Drone Pilots
- ATN Ltd.’s sales manager, Tivadar Neuwald is the vice-president of the National Association of Drone Pilots
- 552 drone flight time, 229 km drone travel distance, 50 hours drone flight total times.
- Because we are professionals.
- Because we law-abiding.
- Because we can work indoors.
- Because we are compliant.
- Because we produce quality of uniform sturdiness.
- Because ATN has a law-abiding behavior as per in Hungary there are very strict rules to operate a drone in the airspace.
- Because ATN knows how to gain official authorization for operating drone in the national airspace.
- Because ATN has the obligatory liability insurance to officialy operate a drone in the hungarian airspace.
- Because ATN is the proud member of the National Association of Drone Pilots.
Drones and the work with them is mostly associated with outdoor air and heights, and large distances. We break with this traditional mindset, and will show you that drones can do breathtaking things indoor.
Our work is led by safety and practicability, while we focus on immortalizing your unforgettable moments in a way that only this technology is capable of.
The drone takes 16 megapixel steady shots, and can shoot 7 frames per second serial pictures. With a M4/3 sensor that’s capable of capturing photos at 16MP, the Zenmuse X5 produces print-ready images that look as good in a frame as they do on the screen. The extra pixels represent a 25% increase over the original Inspire 1 Pro camera. With the shutter speed increased to as quick as 1/8000 of a second, and the power of the new imaging processor enabling burst capture of up to 7 full size photos per second, the Zenmuse X5 helps us relish every memorable moment.
Inspire 1 Pro is equipped with a DJI X5 camera. The type of CMOS used within the camera is a significant technical detail, but the lenses used are even more important. Light is mediated to the sensor via the lenses. This camera is equipped with special lenses rendering zero-distortion, crystal clear images. Most lenses are polished into a shape as if being a part of an orb surface. Their surface shape has the drawback of not focusing light into a single point, but spreading it to a larger area. This results in perspective distortion, which is either of barrel or pincushion distortion type. In the former, straight lines bend towards the edge, while in the latter, they bend towards the centre of the image. In order to eliminate such distortion the camera of Inspire 1 Pro has been equipped with aspheric lenses, the surface of which is not a regular orb, thus providing the necessary correction.
The Zenmuse X5, is the world’s first mirrorless, compact Micro Four Thirds camera made specifically for aerial photography and cinematography. Designed to work with the DJI Inspire 1 Pro ready-to-fly platform, the Zenmuse X5 packs a powerful sensort hat’s capable of recording 4K videos at up to 30 fps and capturing still images at 16MP. Equipped with the standard MFT interchangeable lens mount and allowing full wireless remote control over focus, aperture, and more, the Zenmuse X5 lets us shoot the way we want.
The craft is controlled with 2 remote control units, one for the drone and one for the camera. The pilot and the camera operator have separate monitors, having real-time views of the recording. This is made possible by Lightbridge technology, which is capable of rendering real HD images to operators from up to 2 km of distance. The pilot steers the drone with either of the remote control units, while the camera operator controls the gimbal – or sets image properties remotely – with the other. Flight data can be saved, and later they can be shown on the ready material. We look to equip Inspire 1 Pro with GroundStation function in the future, so that it can fly according to preset flight coordinate plans. This function is currently unsupported by the aircraft.
The gimbal is undoubtedly one of the most valuable parts of the air filmmaking technology. The gimbal, a horizontal compass housing has the role of processing the IMU data from the drone’s autopilot system in order to calculate camera position, so that it can take the best pictures from optimal angles, as well as to counterbalance the drone’s amplitude caused by wind. IMU (inertial measurement unit) data like velocity and orientation come from the device’s altitude, velocity and gyroscope sensors. After gaining and processing these data, the gimbal moves and rotates the camera mounted to it horizontally (panning) and vertically (tilting), and in any combination of these. That is, it’s not the camera that is moving, but the gimbal.
The smart battery displays real time level of charge on the pilot’s monitor, and also shows the power needed to fly back to the base. It also indicates when it’s time to return.
Inspire 1 Pro continually updates the so-called Home Point coordinates, that is, the location of the operator’s remote control unit. If GPS function is available in the remote control unit, the Home Point position is constantly updating, while the remote device remains in sync with it. A major functional convenience is automatic take-off and landing. For a simple press of a button the drone will take off. Landing is also done with a button; the aircraft opens its landing pads while descending, and automatically touches down.
A new feature in the industry is the Optical flow technology introduced with Inspire 1. It has made indoor flying significantly simpler. Indoor flying without GPS signal was a challenge earlier, but keeping steady position with Optical Flow is a snap. In addition, landing pads open quickly, making landing initiated with a push of a button a lot easier.
We also fulfill ground filming services, with DJI Osmo. DII Osmo means motion without blur. Action shots without shake. Perfect video even when we move. Thanks to advanced technologies specifically designed to keep the camera flat no matter how we move it, the DJI Osmo helps us record videos and take photos like never before. It is much more than just a camera. It helps us create with more freedom than ever.
The Osmo’s Automatic Panorama mode makes shooting 360° panoramas easier than ever. Just hold the Osmo up above your head and tap the shutter button. The camera will rotate, capturing images as it goes while staying completely level. Don’t just get a snapshot of a piece of your travels. Make a memory of the whole scene.
Osmo helps you record the passage of time more easily than ever. Whether standing still for a stationary timelapse, or moving through your world for a hyperlapse, you can create smooth videos automatically and easily without a tripod.
The Osmo is also compatible with the all-new Zenmuse X5 series of cameras, bringing you highly stabilized imaging with all the benefits of a large M4/3 sensor.
If you wish lively colours and crystal clear images without any distortion at the recordings of your important life events, please contact us.
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If You’ll send us RFI or RFP, in reply, we send you an official, written quotation.
We aim for selecting the solution which is optimal for you. We hope that the services offered provide proper solution to your needs. We believe the information provided will serve as firm grounds to your decision; however, should you need any further information regarding our offers, we are happy to provide you with the necessary details.
Please indicate the offer number when contacting us with your request or order.
Net EURO prices are calculated with 300 HUF/EUR currency rate.
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- Operating license, valid for 3 months: 19 000 HUF (64 EURO) for the first time, expiring that 3 000 HUF/3 (10 EURO) months.
- This state licence fee will not be imposed towards our client, this is ATN’s cost.
- Ad hoc airspace requests 3 000 HUF (10 EURO) in case of every planned flight.
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- Provision of unedited, original motion video of at least 30 minutes in length, on digital storage media (the media with the necessary capacity is provided by the client): 100 000 HUF + VAT (335 EURO+ VAT)
- It is also possible to have ground filming besides the aerial shooting. We use DJI Osmo, with all its accessories to make professional cinamatic ground shootings. The ground services are surcharged, with case by case cost:
- Steadicam, “swimming” effect, no or pretty little movement while moving, running.
- Steadicam, “swimming” effect,, no movement, car or bicycle, timelapse.
- 360° panoramic shooting, automatic panorama.
- Timelapse, from tripod.
- Hyperlapse, from car, from trolly-ról, form hand.
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- Editing, dubbing, effects, subtitles: 15 000 HUF (50 EURO+ VAT) + VAT
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- Travel costs in Budapest and Pest county: 15 000 HUF + VAT (50 EURO+ VAT)
- Travel costs within Hungary, up to 100 km: 25 000 HUF + VAT (85 EURO+ VAT)
- Travel costs within Hungary, over 100 km: 35 000 HUF + VAT (115 EURO+ VAT)
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- A multiplier of 1.2 applies for workday overtime; travel costs are not affected.
- A multiplier of 1.5 applies for weekends; travel costs are not affected.
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[su_label type=”warning”]What is Drone? What is RPAS? What is UAV? What is UAS?[/su_label]
Drone = Unmanned aircraft Drones include a wide range of devices from cheap toy helicopters and pro quadcopters to programmable aircraft types. Drones also have military uses for reconnaissance and other operative purposes. RPAS = Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems UAV = Unmanned Aerial Vehicle UAS = Unmanned Aerial / Aircraft Systems The terms Drone, RPAS, UAV and UAS are mostly interchangeable. Inspire 1 Pro is an unmanned aircraft, controlled from a distance. Inspire 1 Pro is the latest model by manufacturer DJI.
[su_label type=”warning”]Is it a toy?[/su_label]
Drone = Unmanned aircraft Drones include a wide range of devices from cheap toy helicopters and pro quadcopters to programmable aircraft types. Drones also have military uses for reconnaissance and other operative purposes. RPAS = Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems UAV = Unmanned Aerial Vehicle UAS = Unmanned Aerial / Aircraft Systems The terms Drone, RPAS, UAV and UAS are mostly interchangeable. Inspire 1 Pro is an unmanned aircraft, controlled from a distance. Inspire 1 Pro is the latest model by manufacturer DJI. In Hungary there are very strict rules to operate a drone in the national airspace.
[su_label type=”warning”]What kind of drone we use?[/su_label]
DJI Insipre 1 Pro, double controller version, with DJI’s Focus, with zoomable OLYMPUS M.ZUIKO Digital ED 14-42mm f3.5-5.6 EZ Lens.
[su_label type=”warning”]The Hungarian regulation of drone flying[/su_label]
Flying in the airspace of Hungary is allowed with an occasional or a limited airspace permit, or with a per-activity permit, up to a height of 150 m, using aircraft weighting no more than 25 kg. The airspace permits within the requested coordinates are provided by the Hungarian Aviation Office, ensuring no other aircraft is using the same airspace during the time of work. No laws specific to drones exist in Hungary; detailed legislation covering the topic is being elaborated. Using drones are permitted on a case-by case permit basis until the relevant law becomes effective. Permits are issued by the Aviation Office of the Hungarian Transport Authority. The permission of the land owner of the related area is also needed for flying. Relevant regulation is found in multiple laws: see law XCVII of 1995 about aviation, governmental decree 4/1998 (16th Jan.) about the use of the airspace of Hungary, ministerial decree of the Minister of Transport and Water Management 14/2000 (14th Nov.) about flight operations and their regulation within the airspace and at the airports of the Hungarian Republic, joint ministerial decree of the Economic, Defense and Transport and Water Management ministries of 26/2007 (1st March) about the assignment of the Hungarian airspace for aviation purposes, and governmental decree of 399/2012 (20th Dec.) about the order of permissions of airspace teledetection and the use of teledetection information.
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|Special Area||Budapest||Magyar Köztársaság Parlament|
|Airport||Debrecen||Debrecen National Airport|
|Airport||Budapest||Budapest Liszt Ferenc National Airport|
|Airport||Sármellék||Sármellék National Airport|
|Airport||Taszár||Taszár Airbase, Airport|
[su_label type=”warning”]Is it possible just rent a drone from us?[/su_label]
No. We have professionals to operate the drone. Simply renting is not permissable.
[su_label type=”warning”]Is it possible to record sound with the drone in-built camera?[/su_label]
No. The in-built camera does not have microphone. If it is necessary, we can record background noise with separate device.
[su_label type=”warning”]How big is DJI’s Inspire 1 Pro drone?[/su_label]
Length * Height * Width dimension, without the propellers = 44 x 30 x 45 cm.
[su_label type=”warning”]How much DJI’s Inspire 1 Pro drone weight?[/su_label]
With basic accumulator the weight is 2935 gramms.
[su_label type=”warning”]What is the maximum speed of DJI’s Inspire 1 Pro drone?[/su_label]
22 m/sec, means 80 km/hours.
[su_label type=”warning”]How long can we work without landing at a stretch?[/su_label]
With the basic accumulator we have 13 minutes. With the stronger accumulator we have 18 minutes.
[su_label type=”warning”]Is it able to fly without the camera installed?[/su_label]
Yes, it can. The camera is not an integral part of self-orientation. The aircraft can fly without the camera, but this way the ability to record images is lost.
[su_label type=”warning”]How much does it take to fully charge the drone’s controller[/su_label]
The system can be equipped with either one (a single operator controls the flight and the camera) or two remote control units (two operators work simultaneously: one controls the drone flight, while the other operates the camera). Recharging of a remote control unit takes 6 hours. A single charging will enable 4 hours of work. Batteries are inseparable parts of the remote control units.
[su_label type=”warning”]How much does it take to fully charge the drone’s accumulators[/su_label]
The base 4500 mAh battery is charged in 85 minutes. We provide more than one batteries evety time, each 100% charged. Should there arise a need to charge, we can recharge several high capacity batteries using multiple chargers simultaneously.
[su_label type=”warning”]Does the whether conditions affect our flying service?[/su_label]
Yes. Even to a level that prevents us from being able to provide services. We do not work in rain and/or in wind of more than 15 km/h. The batteries cannot be exposed to water, and the velocity of wind significantly affects the safe controllability of the drone. We use local weather forecasting software, and use professional anemometers at the location. If the air temperature falls below 5 degrees, then flying is subject to the operator’s discretion. If a sudden, unforeseen change in circumstances occur, we do not provide services due to the possible risk of accidents.
[su_label type=”warning”]Does the coverage of the area affect our flying service?[/su_label]
Yes. The drone is operated with radio signals, and also sends radio signals to the remote controllers. In open areas where there are not many obstacles affecting radio reception (forests, buildings, towers), the drone control range is significantly larger that at densely covered areas. The best solution is to operate from a height, as in this case radio signals are sent from above, without any obstacles. At densely covered areas the drone can be safely flown at a range of 500-600 metres without the loss of signal. When the drone loses connection to the controllers, it automatically returns to the preset home point. The process of automatic return cannot be disabled.
[su_label type=”warning”]Does the interference of the surrounding area affect our flying service?[/su_label]
Yes. The drone is operated with radio signals, and also sends radio signals to the remote controllers. Our experience is that mobile phones, wi-fi signal sources or transmission towers do not significantly affect the connection with the drone or its internal orientation devices. However, we have faced serious issues in proximity of handheld radios, walkie-talkies or CB radios; even when they were simply switched on, and even more when they were in transmission. These radio devices are mostly used by police officers, civil guards and security personnel. These devices must not be used within a 5–10 m range of the remote control units. They mainly do not affect the manual controlling of the drone, but the Lightbridge camera image signal sent back may be distorted to a level where the live image cannot be seen on the remote control monitor. In such cases, clear visual contact is needed with the drone, as well as eliminating the source of interference as soon as possible.
[su_label type=”warning”]Does the location affect our flying service?[/su_label]
Yes. We need a clear and written clearance from the owner of the location.
[su_label type=”warning”]In outdoor, do we need a direct sight of the drone?[/su_label]
Yes. We do need to have the drone and also it surroundings in direct sight, not only through its camera. Direct sight means a maximum of 1 000 meters perimeter.
[su_label type=”warning”]Does a large body of people affect our flying service?[/su_label]
Yes. We do not fly over a large body of people. Life safeguarding is the most important thing during flying.
[su_label type=”warning”]Is it possible to access out-of-the-way location?[/su_label]
Yes. In case, we have off-road Toyota Land Cruiser to be used as means of transportation.
[su_label type=”warning”]Is it possible to fly and making movie in indoors?[/su_label]
Yes. DJI’s Inspire 1 Pro drone has a new feature in the industry. This is the Optical flow technology introduced with Inspire 1. It has made indoor flying significantly simpler. Indoor flying without GPS signal was a challenge earlier, but keeping steady position with Optical Flow is a snap. In addition, landing pads open quickly, making landing initiated with a push of a button a lot easier.
[su_label type=”warning”]It is possible to fly indoors without line of sight?[/su_label]
Yes. However, some conditions must be met. The first one is the size of the interior airspace. The drone has a horizontal amplitude, therefore at locations where there are many objects in the drone’s way, a direct visual contact is necessary. Concrete has the ability to absorb and block radio signals, while reinforced concrete (containing iron) may even result in a Faraday’s cage effect. In such cases, a close radio connection must be established with the drone, and it cannot be controlled from the outside of the building. In indoor areas where multiple radio sources exist, serious interferences may occur, which adversely affects the radio connection between the remote control unit and the drone.
[su_label type=”warning”]Is it possible to ban the drone fromn flyiong into specific locations?[/su_label]
Specific drone brands has unique capabilities to ban their drones from flying into forbidden locations. The EHANG, Horizon Hobby, DroneDeploy, YUNEEC, HEXO+, PixiePath and the RCFlyMaps comnpanies has established the NoFlyZone.org web portal.
[su_label type=”warning”]Does every fly has it own and detailed log-book?[/su_label]
Yes. We can hand over the detailed fly log-book. In case, it is possbile to put those data to the ready to use movie, in expressly stylish form.
[su_label type=”warning”]Does the drone haul anything else than its camera?[/su_label]
[su_label type=”warning”]Does the drone camera have automatic exposure?[/su_label]
Could be. Camera can be fully operated remotely.
[su_label type=”warning”]What does DJI’s Inspire 1 Pro drone’s intelligent accumulator mean?[/su_label]
A fully integrated intelligent battery powers your Inspire 1 Pro and virtually manages itself. When in flight, your remaining battery power is shown live, letting you know how long you can continue to fly. Advanced algorithms calculate the distance of your aircraft and estimated time to return home, letting you know when it’s time to fly back. The battery reports the voltage of each cell, the total lifetime charges and discharges, and the overall health and battery status. All this helps you keep your Inspire 1 Pro in the air and flying for years to come.
[su_label type=”warning”]What does dynamic home-point mean?[/su_label]
When GPS signal is available on the remote, the Home Point automatically refreshes. This becomes useful while traveling in a car or on a boat allowing the return-to-home point to move where the operator goes. Multiple configurations are available via the Dynamic Home Point function.
[su_label type=”warning”]Is it possible to watch what drone’s camera see in live HD picture during the flight?[/su_label]
A beautiful, 720p HD view shows you exactly what your camera sees at all times. We can frame our shots and fly as though we’re in the sky ourselves. This is made possible by an all new and improved version of DJI’s Lightbridge technology which can transmit video from up to 2 kilometers away. Or more.
[su_label type=”warning”]Does the HD view have delay?[/su_label]
The transmitted video usually has a 220ms delay.
[su_label type=”warning”]What is aspherical distortion?[/su_label]
Most lenses are polished into a shape as if being a part of an orb surface. Their surface shape has the drawback of not focusing light into a single point, but spreading it to a larger area. This results in perspective distortion, which is either of barrel or pincushion distortion type. In the former, straight lines bend towards the edge, while in the latter, they bend towards the centre of the image. In order to eliminate such distortion the camera of Inspire 1 Pro has been equipped with aspheric lenses, the surface of which is not a regular orb, thus providing the necessary correction.
[su_label type=”warning”]What makes the DJI Inspire 1 Pro camera unique?[/su_label]
Inspire 1 Pro is equipped with a DJI X5 Zennmuse camera. It has a powerful Micro Four Thirds sensor that’s absolutely revolutionary for an aerial camera. With a sensor eight times thesize of that in the previous X3 camera included with the Inspire 1, this new MFT sensor enables high quality, high sensitivity image recording at an ISO range of 100-25600. With a sophisticated balance of high-resolving power, accurate gradation, and low noise, you are realizing yourartistic and creative vision as never before.
The type of CMOS used within the camera is a significant technical detail, but the lenses used are even more important. Light is mediated to the sensor via the lenses. This camera is equipped with special lenses rendering zero-distortion, crystal clear images. Most lenses are polished into a shape as if being a part of an orb surface. Their surface shape has the drawback of not focusing light into a single point, but spreading it to a larger area. This results in perspective distortion, which is either of barrel or pincushion distortion type. In the former, straight lines bend towards the edge, while in the latter, they bend towards the centre of the image. In order to eliminate such distortion the camera of Inspire 1 has been equipped with aspheric lenses, the surface of which is not a regular orb, thus providing the necessary correction. From January, 2016 our company uses Zenmuse X5 for filming and shooting.
[su_label type=”warning”]What is Zenmuse X5?[/su_label]
Our DJI Inspire 1 Pro is equipped with a DJI X5 camera. Zenmuse X5 or Zenmuse X5R is the first Micro Four Thirds cameras designed for aerial use. Xenmuse X5 supports three lenses in addition to DJI’s MFT 15mm f1.7 ASPH lens made for the X5: the Panasonic Lumix 15mm G Leica DG Summilux f1.7 ASPH lens and Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 12mm f2.0 and M.Zuiko 17mm f1.8 lenses. For now lens support is limited because in order to keep the camera stable in flight, the 3-axis gimbal reads the lens profile and uses the information to adjust the motors for the weight and center of gravity along with a lens hood weighted to help keep balance. Shooting modes include program, shutter-priority, aperture-priority and manual. Focus can be set to auto or done manually with focus peaking available to help there and zebra patterning to assist with exposure. The sensitivity range is selectable from ISO 100 to ISO 25600. Flight time will not be shortened using X5 instead of X3.
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Reference movies and / or photos can be shared with you upon request, if You have a specific area of interest.
If you immediately want to view some of our drone aerial film reference materials, please click on any of the links below.
- Wonderful water glamor recordes by the drone 4K camera
- Cycle stunt by the 4k drone’s perspective
- Drone flying indoors
- As we and the drone work (recorded by the Duna Television)
- Csömör, Corpus Christi Flower Festival
- The 25 years old SOS Children’s Villages Program, in Kecskemét
- Csömör large village, Aerial Image Video
- Solar Cells on the roof of the Budakeszi Országos Orvosi Rehabilitációs Intézet(Ariston Thermo Hungária Kft.)
- Fuss Babakocsival Egyesület, Mothers Days running contest
- Hrvatska Radiotelevizija (Zagreb), Szigetvár Fortress aerial filming
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If You wish to have an official bid for specific drone based work, use the e-mail address:
Optionally, If You want to questioning personally via cell phone, You can call our sales professional, Mr. Tivadar Neuwald on:
[su_label type=”success”]+36 30 982 13 68[/su_label]