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Fixed-wing drone

Fixed-wing drone with wood-made body and four-stroke petrol engine, which can load 2- kilogram equipment on the drone. Via from the low frequency transmission system and Sony A5100 with 16mm F2.8 lens, our fixed-wing drone could do long distance and wide area photogrammetry missions.


DJI S1000+

Flying with heavy cameras with 8 arms in the sky. The arms and landing gear are made of sturdy carbon fiber, giving stability and strength. The DJI S1000+ with GH4 12mm Lens has been used for fast field survey in our group. We take photos from the sky with ultra high solution image to define the geological structures.


Panasonic Lumix GH4 with 12mm Lens

With ultra high resolution images(16.05 megapixels) and video(4K), GH4 let our group to have an easy way to fly in the sky, observing the geological structures on the ground.


DJI Phantom 3 Professional

Four arms drone with 4K video recording and 12megapixels high resolution camera. It is easy for beginner to control the DJI Phantom 3 Professional in the field.


Leica Theodolite

The equipments contanct theodolite, prisms,and tripods. The type of our theodolite is TPS307. The equipments can measure distance, orientation, and pitch angle accurately. We can survey ground surface in the field and make the topography model.


Leica DM LSP Polarized light microscope

The Leica DM LSP is a polarized light microscope with a simple design that makes it suitable for a wide range of routine laboratory work.
The space-saving design makes this microscope the ideal instrument for advanced teaching. The Leica DM LSP has an eyepiece lens with 10X magnification and objective lenses with 4X, 10X, 40X magnifications.
The Leica DM LSP is special for its polarization system with a polarized lenses and a 360° rotatable stage. Making it possible to observe mineral slices and understand the optical properties of mineral.

Stereo Microscope

Nikon SMZ-2T Stereomicroscopy

The Nikon SMZ-2T is a trinocular Stereomicroscopy that was designed to accept a CCD-based digital camera. Nikon engineers broadened the zoom range for the SMZ-2T to include magnifications from 1x to 6.3x, which are particularly useful in observing hand specimen and microfossils.