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Infinity-9PRO Octocopter RTF + Options (Gimbal, TX/RX/Telemetry, RetSkid, FPV, Batt, Charger, Trainer)

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Price: From $15,099.00 + $ Options
Item Number: Infinity9PRO+Options
Manufacturer: Turbo Ace
Manufacturer Part No: Infinity9PRO+Options


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Conquering staggering payloads, this record breaking foldable octocopter can easily handle DSLR or Red Epic cameras on AllSteady & Ronin gimbals. Best yet, quick release setup enables AllSteady Gimbals to double as handheld stabilizer.


Engineered to effortlessly carry extraordinary payloads with exceptional stability, the Infinity 9Pro octocopter is a newly upgraded version of the Inifinity 9 by Turbo Ace. Establishing a new class of Super Lift octocopters, this modern marvel is capable of carrying over 20 lbs of payload, about a 50% increase over current Heavy Lift models. Instead of just carrying a barebone Red Epic on leading AllSteady-7 or Ronin 3-Axis Brushless Gimbals, the Infinity 9 can easily sustain heavier lenses and battery options without impacting video quality. In contrast to weak joints and hinges of typical down folding booms on smaller octocopters, the majestic Infinity 9Pro is forged from quadruple carbon decks and aircraft aluminum mechanism for twice the strength and rigidity to stop vibrations or oscillations under large payloads. A generous 5.5 feet wingspan is powered by cutting edge Tiger Motor U7 brushless motors and matching ultra stiff 17 inch carbon fiber propellers with super-strength bolsa core integration to generate unrivaled capacity and performance. As a world class developer and distributor of helicopter and multicopters, Turbo Ace offers cutting edge technology with an outstanding track record in meticulous integration and testing, on-time delivery and continued support. Fully assembled turnkey Infinity 9Pro package includes an optional integration of 3-axis brushless gimbals, GPS functions, long range pilot/cameraman transmitters and FPV live video feed. In contrast to most octocopters which are disassembled and delivered in pieces, the Infinity 9Pro structure is designed to fold and unfold within minutes for shipping and remote field operations. Convenient parts and upgrades support is available from our 32,000 square feet facility in California.

What to look for in a high performance heavy lifting octocopter? While proclaiming a solid reputation and a who's who client list, many vendors are pushing excess octocopter inventory with outdated components. For example the prior generation of SkyJib or Cinestar octocopters are still been sold with outdated slower AV200 servo based gimbals as valid platforms for Red Epic/Scarlet/Dragon. Due to a lack of foldability, these dinosaurs are never shown out of the box because the operator needs a couple of hours to reassembly the system. Have you also noticed that the integration of leftover WooKong & Microkopter flight controllers which are otherwise "updated", another way for scrupulous vendors to cut corners. How do you know if an octocpter model can be maintained and serviced for the long term? An easy indicator is to check the octocopter's parts listing from the vendor - if you don't see a complete list of parts support with viable inventory in the U.S., you should seriously reconsider.

Note: We are in the process of updating this listing. Upgraded U7 Tiger Motors, Retractable Skids and Brushless Gimbals are not yet shown in the pictures below.



  • Triple Carbon Fiber Decks & CNC Aluminum Architecture
  • Super Rigid 5½ Feet Wingspan for smooth effortless motion & stability
  • Patent Pending Foldable Carbon Fiber Booms with Lockable Aluminum Gliders on Carbon Tracks
  • Long Range 2.4GHz Transmitters, Receivers & Telemetry for up to 1.5 miles operations
  • Telemetry Set Up includes secondary alarm for low battery status warning
  • Advanced DJI A2 Flight Controller & GPS Functions
  • Triple Bearing 48mm Brushless Motors for extraordinary precision, torque & durability
  • 60A SimonK ESCs with customized algorithms for smoother & cooler operations
  • 17 Inch Ultra Stiff Carbon Fiber Double-Point Mount Propellers with Bolsa Core Technology
  • Retractable Landing Skid with Easy Release Track System
  • Advanced Brushless 3-Axis AllSteady 6 or Ronin (not shown on picture) for DSLR & Red Epic Cameras
  • Vibration Isolation to prevent jello associated with rolling shutters
  • Live Video Feed Transmitter, Receivers & Monitors/Goggles
  • OSD to Display In-flight Data & Artificial Horizon overlaid on top of Live Video Feed
  • Qty2 x 16,000mah 6S LiPo Battery or Qty2 x 22,000mah 6S LiPo for extended flight time
  • SkyRC Ultra Fast Battery Charger or SkyRC 4-Simultaneous Batteries Charger
  • Waypoint Components for preprogrammed flights.
  • Options for Training include smaller crash resistant quadcopter & flight simulators
  • Flash Memory with individual test flight video and comprehensive User Instruction Manual

  • DJI A2 Flight Controllers
  • Auto-Stabilized Flight Mode utilizes gyro-activated stabilization to counter wind & assist pilot in maneuvering the aircraft.
  • GPS-Lock enabled hands-free longitude & latitude hover with a 2-4 feet tolerance using satellite based GPS coordinates.
  • Altitude-Lock enabled hands-free altitude hover within 2 feet tolerance in elevation using barometric sensor.
  • Home Lock utilizes the GPS based home position for a tail-in oriented carefree flight.
  • Course Lock utilizes the initial direction as a consistent and orientation for carefree flight.
  • Preprogrammed Failsafe Return to Home is triggered by lost of signals to return the octocopter to the home position. This program can be reset to automatically direct the octocopter to climb to different predetermined height to avoid possible tall obstacles in its homeward path.
  • Auto-Land Sequence is triggered if pilot fails to land after an extended battery low status.


  • Motor to Motor Dimensions: 49.5" (1,260mm) octocopter frame
  • Wingspan Dimension: 66.5" (1,690mm) propeller tip to tip
  • Height: 8" to 24" (205mm to 610mm) depending on gimbal and skid landing configuration
  • 8 x Tiger Motor U7 Brushless Motors: 420KV, 60.7mm x 39.5mm, dynamically balanced
  • 8 x ESC Modules: 60A SimonK with specialized cooling & multi-rotor algorithm
  • 8 x Propellers: 17" carbon fiber, high profile, dual-point mount
  • Octocopter Weight with Retract Skids and Quick Release Bracket: 15.5 lbs
  • Battery Weight: 5.5 lbs (22,000mah 6S LiPo) or 11 lbs (Qty2 x 22,000mah 6S LiPo)
  • Optimal Payload: 10-20 lbs (Although perfectly capable of carrying higher payloads than 20 lbs)
  • All in Weight: 31-46.5 lbs depending on payload & batteries
  • Flight Time: 8 to 15 minutes depending on payload & batteries
  • Transmitter & Receiver Recommendation: 2.4GHz with 3 Position Switches, Minimum 6-Channels for Pilot & Minimum 4-Channels for Cameraman
  • Single Operator Transmitter & Receiver Recommendation: Pilot = Futaba 14SG & R7008SB x Qty2
  • Dual Operators Transmitter & Receiver Recommendation: Pilot = Spektrum DX9 & AR8000 or Futaba 14SG & R7008SB, Cameraman = Spektrum DX7S & AR8000 or Futaba 14SG & R7008SB
  • Long Distance Operations: 6,336 feet (1.2 miles or 2 km) to 7,920 feet (1.5 miles or 2.5 km) (Using Futaba 14SG)
  • FPV Recommendation: 5.8GHz Video Transmitter & Video Receiver + Monitor or Goggles
  • Wind Tolerance: 35MPH

Cutting Edge Foldable Architecture
While portability is becoming an indispensable feature on larger octocopters, common integration of hinges, unsecured tracks and foldable propellers will ultimately weaken and degrade an octocopter’s structural integrity and performance. In contrast to other leading octocopter models, Infinity 9’s folding mechanism and booms are designed to enhance the strength and rigidity of its main frame. Guided by CNC aluminum brackets on carbon fiber tracks, an operator can easily fold and unfold Infinity 9's booms in and out of operation position in minutes. When locked into operating position, the gliding brackets and booms become one with the main frame for an ultra rigid platform.

Robust Brushless U7 Tiger Motors & Matching 17” Carbon Fiber & Super-Strength Core Technology
With unparalleled payload capacity and flight time, the Infinity 9 is setting new records beyond the reach of other upcoming octocopters. At the forefront of innovation, Turbo Ace has upgraded to a whole new class of super sized brushless motors that combines unrivaled power, precision and durability. Operating with optimized efficiency & performance at lower temperatures, Infinity 9PRO's proprietary combination of ESC, Motor and Propeller integration improves flight time, payload capacity, video stability, wind tollerance and responsiveness in both lower or higher speeds.

Breakthrough Super Lifting Payload & Flight Time
Targeting exceptional flight time and extra payload capacity? At 8-15 minutes, the Infinity 9 beats all rival heavy lifting octocopters by a wide margin. And as payload increases, standard octocopters are straining for stability while flight time also suffers significantly. Sustaining up to 15-20 lbs of payload on 17” propellers, Infinity 9’s generous 5½ feet wingspan enables producers to operate with a wider margin of safety. Operating in unprotected locations, Infinity 9's extra capacity and aerodynamic profile promotes superior wind resistance in producing smooth movements and uncompromised video stability. 

AllSteady-7 Brushless 3-Axis 360 Panning Gimbal & Retractable Skid with Easy Release Tracks
Emerging as the clear leader in cutting edge brushless 3-axis gimbals for Red and DSLR cameras, the AllSteady-7 is the epitome of performance, versatility an durability. Implementation and optimization of an advanced 32Bit Dual Sensor Alexmos Controller to work in conjunction with three powerful brushless motors is the first step in providing ultra camera stabilization. Another key factor is structuring an exceptionally rigid platform from premium carbon fiber booms and aerospace aluminum to handle up to a record breaking 20 lbs of payload with speed and precision. Then to facilitate a wide range of camera and lens combinations, this versatile stabilizer is fitted with quick release levers and macro to micro tooless adjustments for fast and convenient balancing. With special emphasis on reliability under real world conditions, the AllSteady-7 is augmented with several proprietary and patent-pending features including internal clamps for slip-free booms and multi-axis mounting motor shafts for slop-free precision, support bearings and bearing cage to increase strength for durability and differentiated boom diameters to prevent bounce without adding excessive weight. Catering to filming industry's portable requirements, the AllSteady-7 is committed to providing a foldable architecture for easy transport and storage. Even the balancing stand shares this basic principle.
ver this past year, Turbo Ace has emerged as the leading provider of 3-axis gimbals in the USA. Integrated between retractable skids, an excellent choice is the well-established PhotoHigher AV200 gimbal for DSLR and Red Epic cameras. Mounted on secured quick release tracks with an exclusive vibration isolation system, this professional gimbal features several modes for tilt-axis and roll-axis auto-compensation with pilot or cameraman controlled tilt-axis and pan-axis. Once the Inifinity 9 takes off, simply retract the robust landing skids for ultra smooth unobstructed tilting and unlimited
360° panning. Versatile Infinity 9 transmitter and receiver configurations enable a single operator to pilot the octocopter and control the gimbal to pan and tilt the camera. Another popular choice, the dual operators configuration includes a main transmitter for the pilot and a secondary transmitter for the cameraman. Remote shutter trigger can also be set up to work from a transmitter switch. For convenient transportation, optional Easy Release Track System enables the operator to release the landing skid and gimbal from the bottom of the octocopter.

Conquering full Red Epic payload, the holy grail of octocopter aerials, has been an elusive goal for many "heavy lift" octocopters with marginal performance and lack of flight time. With a 50% surplus in payload, the Infinity 9 is pioneering a new breed of "super lift" octocopters to effortlessly carry Red Epic payloads with heavier lenses and battery options.

For exceptionally smooth operations on outsize brushless motors, Infinity 9's 48mm X 24mm motors are supported by cutting edge triple bearing systems. As in all motors, bearings play a crucial role in determining a motor's precision & lifespan. Fringed by 3 tough oversized Japanese bearings, two on the bottom and one on top, Infinity 9's extra tough brushless motors are designed to support higher centrifugal force of larger propellers with exceptional precision. Then to protect the motors from higher temperatures, Turbo Ace engineers implemented an ingenious self-cooling solution using proprietary motor drum design that automatically draws air into the top of the motors. To further reduce vibrations, each motor is dynamically balanced. Since brushless motors are hand wound, the mass center is usually not in alignment with the mechanical center. Using advanced electronic balancing instruments, our factory spins up each motor then make necessary adjustments to bring the mass center into alignment. And, to power and sustain the motors, Infinity 9's ESCs feature advanced multi-rotor algorithms (as oppose to improvised helicopter algorithms on competing models) with 60A to support power fluctuations associated with extreme acceleration and maneuvers under bigger payloads. By operating below capacity, Infinity 9 ESCs are barely warm even with consecutive flights. 

No propellers are created equal. 17" Infinity 9 robust carbon fiber propellers include state-of-the-art carbon propeller with wood core to resists flex.  Precision aerodynamic contour that tapers to razor-thin trailing edge cut through the air with minimal drag. While traditional circular mounts are accidents waiting to happen because the force of rotating propellers will eventually unscrew the crown nuts during flight, newer trend of foldable propeller are also prone to higher vibrations & maintenance. Slight deviations in traditional circular mounting holes, protruding motor shafts or foldable propeller brackets are extremely difficult to detect which amplify pitch and tracking misalignments, a major cause of sluggish flights and unstable videos. Integrated double point mounts on Infinity 9 motors and propellers eliminates the need for tracking adjustments because the propellers are forced to sit flat against the top of the motors. Another benefit of a flat mount is that there is no vulnerable protruding motor shaft. Since end-users are often required to purchase and replace propellers, the Infinity 9's new hassle free mounting configuration is implemented to prevent vibration issues from surfacing.

A 3-positioned switch is setup on Infinity 9's transmitter for pilot to select between 3 different flight modes. (1) With Manual Flight Mode, the absence of Gyro assisted flight makes it very difficult for the Pilot to stabilize and maneuver the octocopter. (2) For 3-axis gyro auto-stabilized flight, the Attitude Flight Mode will automatically keep the Infinity 9 in a leveled and sustainable flight thus enabling the pilot to focus on maneuvering the octocopter. (3) Last but not least, the GPS Flight Mode is the most often used mode because it combines the benefit of 3-axis gyro auto-stabilized flight with 4 advanced GPS based functions described below.

Under GPS Flight Mode, (1) the most utilized GPS based functions is the GPS-Lock function - simply release the cyclic stick and allow it to spring to the middle of the control and the Infinity 9 will be locked into a fixed GPS location (longitude-lock and latitude-lock) with a tolerance of 2 to 4 feet radius. Another similar function from the Infinity 9 flight controller, the Barometric-Lock can be activated by moving the throttle stick to the middle of the control and Infinity 9 will be locked into a fixed elevation (altitude-lock). A hands-free hover modes is established when the pilot activates both the GPS-Lock and the Barometric-Lock simultaneously and the flight controller takes over. Either lock may also be used independently to hover in a fixed GPS coordinate with pilot controlled elevation or vice versa. By relinquishing controls to these auto-hover modes, the pilot can better focus on monitoring the video and controlling the camera. Another popular GPS function is (2) the Return-to-Home feature which is usually a preprogrammed failsafe function which is automatically triggered by a lost of remote control signals. Upon activation, the octocopter will hover in place for a couple of seconds before elevating to a preprogrammed height and return to the home position for an automated landing sequence.

Under GPS Flight Mode, there is a dedicated 3-positioned carefree mode switch set up to access Normal, Course-Lock & Home-Lock. (3) Course-Lock, a compass based carefree mode that remembers the initial take-off direction of the flight which is used to consistently orient the octocopter. Under Course-Lock, the transmitter radio must remain in the intial take-off direction until it's reset or until the octocopter lands. For example, with the transmitter pointed in the eastward direction, a octocopter takes off in a eastward heading orientation then turns towards a northward heading. Without Course-Lock, a transmitter cyclic (directional) stick moved up towards the east will cause the octocopter to head northward. Under Course-Lock, a cyclic stick moved up towards the east will cause the octocopter to head eastward which is consistent with the initial take-off direction. In effect, by keeping the transmitter pointed in the initial eastward take-off direction, the cyclic stick direction will always correspond to the octocopter's direction no matter how the heading has changed. At any time the pilot may reset the initial direction by flipping the Carefree Mode Switch in and out of Course-Lock. (4) Lastly, there is another similar carefree mode with a twist. Home-Lock, a home GPS coordinate based carefree mode is very similar to Course-Lock. The difference is that Home-Lock uses the home location as the consistent tail-in or tail towards the pilot orientation for the entire flight. While this allows the pilot to constantly turn and follow the octocopter, the pilot should not move away from the home location. And because GPS has a tolerance of 3-5 feet, Home-Lock is less precise than Course-Lock. However, as the hexacopter gets further from the home position, the precision improves dramatically. This is why Home-Lock will not and cannot be activated within a 30-feet circle from the home position. To use Home-Lock, the pilot usually maintains a tail-in orientation until the octocopter is well beyond the 30 feet circle before assuming that Home-Lock can activated. At this point the pilot can constantly turn and point the transmitter at the octocopter and the cyclic stick will always correspond directly to the cotocopter's direction. To bring the octocopter back, the pilot simply pulls the cyclic towards himself - basically a manual controlled return-to-home function. Special caution is required when the octocopter approaches the 30-feet circle because Home-Lock will automatically switch to Course-Lock. If the octocopter enters the 30-feet circle from the initial take-off direction so that Home-Lock is equal to Course-Lock the pilot can assume that the octocopter is under Course-Lock until the octocopter lands. In summary, an experience pilot uses the "Normal" flight mode because no help is required from GPS. Both Course-Lock & Home-Lock carefree flight modes enable the operator to pilot the octocopter without keeping track of the octocopter's heading or tail position. This is especially useful if a less experience pilot is rotating the octocopter to pan the video. There is much less confusion for beginner pilots to stick with either "Normal" mode or use GPS assisted Course-Lock. Home-Lock is reserved for longer distances within-the-line-of-sight flight because it's a bit confusing to operate when it approaches 30 feet from the home position.

All Infinity 9 material and components are selected and built for reliability and durability. Premium carbon fiber is utilized in the main frame for its rigidity and light weight properties. Wear resistant CNC aluminum components are utilized in screw mounted joints, brackets and posts. Tough Japanese bearings are implemented to guard against higher temperatures. Then for continued maintenance, the Infinity 9 is based on a modularized design with strategically placed high tensile strength connectors so it's extremely easy and cost effective to maintain and operate. With minimal disassembly, octocopter components can be independently removed and replaced to diagnose and repair problems. As with all Turbo Ace production models, well stocked Infinity 9 octocopter parts and upgrades are manufactured in larger volumes, savings are then passed on to end-users. Operators are encouraged to keep some backup parts such as spare propellers, screws and batteries for replacement. Complimentary Turbo Ace videos are available online to assist operators in maintaining and upgrading the Infinity 9. 

Catering to research professionals and avid hobbyists, the Infinity 9 welcomes a full spectrum of specialized modifications. An open architecture supports unparalleled flexibility for arm and frame extensions, variable motor mount options and ample space for peripheral integration. Integrated with A2 flight controller, the Infinity 9 octocopter is supported with continued online updatable firmware and you can also integrate multiple waypoints options.



Based on the technology and design philosophy of DJI’s Ace series of high-performance controllers, the A2 offers you a brand new flight experience. The A2 adopts a full metal case design and utilizes high quality components precisely calibrated with temperature compensation in all gyros and sensors, industry renowned flight algorithm in flight control and UAV field.


  • Supported Multi-Rotor: Quad-Rotor: +4,x4; Hex-Rotor +6,x6,Y6,Rev Y6; Octo-Rotor +8,x8,V8
  • Supported ESC Output: 400Hz refresh frequency
  • Supported Transmitter for Built-in Receiver: Futaba FASST Series and DJI DESST Series
  • Supported External Receiver: Futaba S-Bus, S-Bus2, DSM2
  • Recommended Battery: 2S ~ 6S LiPo
  • Operating Temperature: -5°C to +60°C
  • Assistant Software System Requirement: Windows XP SP3 / 7 /8 (32 or 64 bit)
  • Other DJI Products Supported: Z15,H3-2D,iOSD,2.4G Data Link,S800 EVO

Flight Performance
  • Hovering Accuracy (In GPS Mode): Vertical: ± 0.5m; Horizontal: ± 1.5m
  • Max Yaw Angular Velocity: 150 deg/s
  • Max Tilt Angle: 35°
Electrical & Mechanical
  • Power Consumption: MAX 5W (Typical Value: 0.3A@12.5V
  • Built-In Functions: Built-in Receiver; Multiple Control Modes; 2-axis Gimbal Supported; Low Voltage Protection; PC & Bluetooth Ground Station
  • Built-In Functions: External Receiver Supported; Intelligent Orientation Control; Sound Alarm; 4 Configurable Output
  • Total Weight: Total Weight: <= 224g(overall)
  • Flight Controller Dimensions: 54mm x 39mm x 14.9mm
  • IMU Dimensions: 41.3mm x 30.5mm x 26.3mm
  • GPS-Compass Pro Dimensions: 62mm (diameter) x 14.3mm
  • LED-BTU-I Dimensions: 30mm x 30mm x 7.9mm
  • PMU Dimensions: 39.5mm x 27.6mm x 9.8mm

Due to safety and equipment concerns, transmitter reliability is crucial in professional octocopter operations. Although there are standard distance transmitter/receiver available, we urge you to select a long distance transmitter/receiver with the most reliable track record. Upgrading your transmitter/receiver after the initial order can be complicated and costly. Without an established standard of verification, it's common for transmitter brands to overstate operating distances by discounting the importance of reliability. For example a typical smaller transmitters used on smaller quadcopter specced for 900 feet range may only work reliably up to about 150-200 feet. If you operate these marginal transmitters at 900 feet you will lose the signal almost every time. Although the return-to-home function will kick in to save your copter from signal lost, it's very important to avoid over use of this failsafe function of last resort. There is a huge range of 2.4GHz transmiter technology with differences in range, reliability, features and price point. For quadcopter and hexacopter in mid-range operations, the most practical choice is Walkera Devo 10. For octocopter with more expensive equipments onboard, the reliability that comes with long range transmitter is a necessity. With a well established track record of advanced technology and extensive field testing, the best transmitter choices for octocopter pilots are the Spektrum DX8, DX9 and the Futaba 14SG. With cutting edge development, these transmitters models utilizing frequency hopping technology and multiple signal path for signal diversity. Even with occasional signal lost, these leading edge 2.4GHz transmitters can quickly recover from signal lost before the return-to-home function activates.


Spektrum DX9 Long Distance Transmitter

  • 2.4GHz DSMX Transmitter with 9 Channels
  • AR9020 Receiver Package with 9 Channels
  • Main Receiver & 2x Satellite Receivers Strategically Placed for Signal Path Diversity
  • TM1000 Telemetry Installed for Updated Flight Battery Status to Trigger Low Battery Alarm
  • Reliable Standard & Long Distance of 1 to 1.2 Mile
  • Improved Robust Antenna for durability
  • 2014’s #1 Selling & User Friendly Transmitter


Futaba 14SG Long Distance Transmitter

  • 2.4GHz FASSTEST Transmitter with 14 Channels
  • R7800SB Bi-Directional Receiver with 8 Channels (Optional: R6106HFC Receiver for 6 additional channels)
  • S.Bus2 Bi-Directional Protocol for Additional Servos, Telemetry & Other Auxiliary Functions
  • Telemetry Voltage Sensor Installed for Updated Flight Battery Status to Trigger Low Battery Alarm
  • Ultra Reliable Standard & Long Distance of 1 to 1.2 Mile (Upgradable for even longer range
  • Overwhelmingly Recommended by Professional RC Pilot Groups
  • Upgradable from 8 to 14 channels with optional 2nd receiver (Especially suited to unlimited 360 panning on single pilot set ups.)

Aerial cameras mounted under octocopter serves two main purposes. (1) First and foremost, cameras are used for the purpose of recording videos or taking still photographs. Preferably, a recording camera such as a DSLR is mounted on an auto-stabilized gyro based gimbal (camera mount) to stabilize the camera's horizon. (2) For more experienced pilots, a camera can be used for the purpose of piloting the octocopter from the point of view of the camera aka FPV (first-person-view) piloting. If the camera is mounted directly on the octocopter without stabilization, the pilot can experience the tilt (pitch) & roll of the octocopter. If the camera is auto-stabilized on a gimbal, OSD (on-screen-display) may be required to overlay artificial horizon and flight status on live feed video.

900TVL Camera

Camera Specs:

  • Mechanical:  25 X 27 X 12(lens) mm, 13.5g (plastic cased) + 5g/9g cable.
  • Operating voltage:  3 - 5V
  • Power:  240mA @ 3.7V
  • Operating Temp:  -10 to 60C
  • Imager:  1/3" Sony CCD
  • Resolution:  900 TVL
  • Low light (0.08Lux/F1.2)

Targetted Cameras
  • Red Epic/Scarlet/Dragon & Blackmagic 2K/4K Production Cameras (requires AllSteady-7 Brushless 3-Axis Gimbal)
  • Canon 5D Mark ii/iii, 6D, 7D, 60D, 70D & Nikon D800 (requires AllSteady-5 or AllSteady-7 Brushless 3-Axis Gimbal)

Vibration Isolation
  • Isolate camera & gimbal from high frequency vibrations
  • Prevent Rolling Shutter, the Major Cause of Jello Effects
  • Extra Thick Carbon Fiber Mounting Plate
  • Rubber Isolation Ball of different consistencies for different sized cameras.

FPV or Live Video Feed
  • You can see exactly what the camera is capturing for framing your video and stills.
  • Special cable connector is required to feed video signals to an video transmitter installed on the gimbal and plugged into the camera's video out port.
  • At the pilot and/or operator location on the ground, a video receiver is plugge into a monitor to display the live video.
  • Examples of possible cameras video out supported: Canon DSLR, Micro HDMI, Mini HDMI & HDMI which may require a HDMI to composite converter.

Multiple Waypoints aka autonomous flight refers to the ability to launch and retrieve the octocopter using a preprogram flight plan. With a predetermined flight path, the octocopter will take off, cover each waypoint in sequence and return to the home position. This is available with integrated software that works with iPad or Google Earth, datalink transmitter/receiver modules and multiple way-point datalinks for A2 flight controllers. Here are the required components.

2.4GHz Bluetooth Datalink
  • Datalink which are transmitters and receivers those enable the flight controller to communicate with the ground station.
  • The ground station is basically an iPad with a multiple way point software installed and integrated to work with Google Earth.
  • 16 Waypoints
900MHz Datalink
  • Datalink which are transmitters and receivers those enable the flight controller to communicate with the ground station.
  • The ground station is basically a PC with a multiple way point software installed and integrated to work with Google Earth.
  • 50 Waypoints


Standard remote control transmitters and receivers utilized with the Infinity 9 octocopter operate under FCC Part 15 (S29DEVO-10, BRWDAMTX11, AZPT14SG-24G, S29TX5803) in either legal 2.4GHz and/or 5.8GHz frequencies. In general, advanced octocopters require a minimum of 9-10 channels under the 2.4GHz frequency range: 4 channels for piloting controls plus 2 channels for the GPS and 3-4 channels for controlling the gimbal. Extended distance transmitters usually employ several methods to promote signal strength and reliability. (1) Frequency-hopping spread spectrum (FHSS) is a method of transmitting radio signals by rapidly switching between several frequencies to seek the least amount of traffic. (2) Dual or triple signal paths diversity enable the signals to reach two or three receivers mounted in different locations on the octocopter so the system can utilize the strongest signal path or by using bi-directionally receivers so communications between the receivers and the transmitter is able locate the best frequencies in real time (3) In case of signal interruptions, ultra fast signal recovery algorithm enables the transmitter and receiver to quickly rebind for continued operations. Products using permitted frequencies without certification will require an amateur radio (ham) license. It is the operator's responsibility to ensure the use of such products meet their individual countries' federal and local government's rules or regulations for RF devices. If you are unsure of your government's requirement or unable to comply with them, please do not purchase this product. Please do not alter the purchased product in violation of said rules and regulations because Turbo Ace and its distributor cannot be held liable for operator's misuse or modification of a legal product.

There are a myriad of Infinity 9PRO options to satisfying specific applications. After installation, setup and inspection, our seasoned technicians will complete final adjustments plus a series of test flights. If your orders is placed for pick-up, we will redo a live flight-test when you arrive at our showroom. If you order is to be shipped, a test flight video for your specific Infinity 9PRO order will be recorded, saved and shipped with the instructions in a flash drive. Our Infinity 9PRO packages are designed to retain all assembled components as a fully integrated system during shipping. To prevent damage, the Infinity 9PRO octocopter is suspended in the middle of a large corrugated shipping box.