Epsilon 140 demonstrates small object Moving Target Indicator

Video filmed from Penguin C UAV using Epsilon 140 payload demonstrates small object Moving Target Indicator function (MTI Advanced). Without this feature, it would be difficult or even impossible for a human operator to detect the movement.

This real-time feature is only possible because all Epsilon gimbals utilize extremely powerful onboard image processor that can automatically detect and track targets with the size of only a few pixels.

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