This brushless motor caged selfie drone includes position hold, obstacle avoidance, and a 1080p 60fps FHD camera. Find it here https://goo.gl/1DWzHF
– Protection cage around propeller blades allow indoor flight while minimizing potential damage to the quadcopter in a crash. Also minimizes potential for injury or damage from the rotating propeller blades.
– Eight IR obstacle avoidance sensors help prevent crashing into objects when indoors.
– Comes with very nice travelling carrying case.
– Brushless motors.
– 1080p FHD camera with 60 or 30 fps frame rate, or 720p at 120fps. Camera includes two LED illuminators.
– 12MP still photos.
– Records video and photos directly to onboard microSD card. Can download videos and photos to your phone via the AEE Zone WiFi app.
– Optical flow position hold and altitude hold sensors automatically maintain the drone’s position while taking photos and videos.
– Comes with two 7.4V 1200mah batteries.
– 360 degree rotation function allows recording panoramic videos and photos.
– Inflight video is recorded directly to your smartphone using its AEE Zone app available on Google Play here https://goo.gl/2PRG8F and iTunes here https://goo.gl/HrKAvJ
– Automatic takeoff, landing, headless mode, 360 degree rotation.
– No controller. Controlled entirely via WiFi through your smartphone using the AEE Zone app.
– Mainly intended for indoor selfie pictures and videos. Has difficulty with wind outdoors. IR obstacle avoidance sensors also are somewhat ineffective in bright sunlight.
– The app has a bug that alerts way too early of low battery power. It’s actually over 7 minutes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tKBXk3qKMHI
– It’s somewhat noisy.
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