Menlo Park’s new waterproof drone takes selfies to the next level, according to a recent report issued by the Unicorporated community on Wednesday morning.
Menlo Park, the highly-educated California city responsible for the production of numerous gadgets and computer software applications released an official statement on Wednesday presenting their new and cool waterproof drone.
The press release was accompanied by an explanatory video, which shows possible clients what the new drone can do. According to the footage, the flying gadget takes selfies to the next level by simply acting as a fully autonomous drone.
The small, round-shaped gadget becomes functional the moment it is tossed into the air.
This is possible thanks to the small remote that users have to place on their bodies. The bodily sensor enables the camera to follow characters and take multiple shots during the actions they perform.
At the end of the shooting session, the users can stop the camera and fly it back to the ground by simply accessing the online app that developers have created for the control of the gadget.
Thanks to the Menlo Park’s new drone, the camera no longer requires to be held and operated by its owner. It was purposefully created to work on its own and developers are very proud of the camera’s technical abilities.
Lily, as the drone has been named, does not require controllable accessories. Tests have shown that the gadget can accurately follow subjects in the pictures and take high-quality shots of them while performing various activities.
Menlo Park estimates that the camera will mainly appeal to those users, who are fervent practitioners of extreme sports. The shots, which have been taken so far with the drone, have had a very good quality, even though most of the subjects were on the move. The images were not blurred or foggy, despite the drone’s velocity.
Producers have also outlined other benefits that the drone holds, such as, the 12 MP and the different shooting styles. In addition, the drone is waterproof, so owners won’t have to worry that the camera will get ruined when in contact with water, rain or humidity.
Analysts who have tested the drone have declared themselves impressed with the features that the camera holds. Yet, they are convinced the system can undergo various other improvements as the GPS is not accurate and the Wi-Fi connection is at times unreliable.
Developers estimate that the gadget will most certainly draw consumers’ attention, especially extreme sport practitioners, who like to monitor their traffic activity with the help of a camera. The official price of the flying waterproof drone was set to $1,000.
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