If you're looking for a drone that can fly in nasty weather and see in the dark, then Canon has something for you. The PD6E2000-AW-CJ1 is an industrial drone with a Canon ME20F-SH all-purpose camera designed to help in disaster relief, thanks to its ability to shoot at ISO 4 million and generally see in the dark

It's not a Canon-made drone. In late 2016 Canon Marketing Japan made an investment in Prodrone Co., a Japanese drone maker, stating that Canon would install imaging devices on the company's drones and act as a principal distributor. Canon is aiming for ¥5 billion worth of drone-related imaging sales by 2020.

The PD6E2000-AW-CJ1 (say that five times fast) appears to be based on Prodrone's all-weather PD6-AW, which supports a 10 kg / 22 lb payload, can fly at up to 65 km/h / 40 mph and can handle wind speeds up to 10 m/s / 22 mph. Take a look at the drone in action below.

Via: Canon Rumors Source: Canon