The rig is a two-user setup with one user controlling the car, while the other operator handling the Movi gimbal with the Canon 1D C attached.
Here’s a video that shows the Freefly Tero in use with the Phantom Miro:
These big electric R/C cars and trucks (this actually looks like a truck) are not the variety you pick up at Toys’RUs, but rather the kind you find in hobby stores alongside R/C airplanes and helicopters . . . . something like this 1/8-scale Kyosho Psycho Kruiser.
I used to build and race 1/10 scale R/C cars and trucks when I was growing up, so these are really cool for me to see put in a video production use.
The Freefly Tero, though, is built from the ground up as a video production tool with vibration isolation in the center of the chassis thanks to a camera-mount cheeseplate platform that uses wire rope isolators tuned for this specific application. Check out the video below for a sample of how good the footage looks when moving from a paved path to grass.
While you can pick up a 1/8-scale off-road truck in the $700-$1000 range, the custom Freefly Tero rig runs $5000. Of course, you can’t buy one now because the original limited release of the cars sold out.