Lily Camera Drone

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Lily is not your average drone. In fact it’s unlike any drone you’ve ever seen. It’s the world’s first throw and shoot camera drone.

That’s right – no complicated setup required and no difficult pilot controls. Simply open Lily up, throw it in the air, and you’re in business. So long as you stashed the tracking device on you, Lily knows exactly what to do, following youur every move as you shred the slopes, kayak through the waters, or mountain bike through the trails. Lily is completely waterproof, ultra portable, and shoots both HD video and pictures. The $500 camera drone will follow the action at speeds of up to 25 miles per hour, and offers 20 minutes of flight time at up to 100 feet above your head. Focus on your activity, let Lily capture the shots. Check out the video below. [Purchase]

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