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Only cinema4d R10 has materials and textures. Other formats zip files has enclosed some textures. But it could need some texture reassigning. Polygons 1692 Vertices 1507 Pegasus is intended to be flown within the visual range of the pilot and spotter. The rear power plant pusher design keeps the nose area clear for installation of the wide angle high resolution camera. The camera located in a rotating pod allows the pilot to position the camera using a video downlink to see and line up on the field to be photographed. As the aircraft centers on the field the camera is rotated to a vertical position. Once the pilot flying with the downlink sees that the field is properly framed, the shutter is activated. Several specific design features ease the pilot’s task of “flying a camera”. A roll stabilization unit allows the pilot to fly almost hands off and guide the plane and camera with rudder input only. A GPS return to pilot system prevents fly off’s in the event of any radio interference. It functions with the aircraft’s computer radio to “loiter the plane” overhead of the pilots take off location.