ZANO Autonomous Nano-Drone

Dec 9, 2014

Category: Tech

We’ll admit the phrase “taking your selfies to new heights” makes us a tad uneasy, but we like what we see from the new product that that tagline is attached to. ZANO is an ultra-portable, personal aerial photography and HD video capture platform. It’s a tiny drone that sits in the palm of your hand then flies off to where you tell it to, hangs in midair, then takes the shot.

The quadcopter is attached to a virtual tether, giving you the ability to have it follow you or stay in a set position. It connects directly to your smart device (iOS or Android) via Wi-Fi and if it senses it’s strayed too far or the battery is running low, it automatically comes back to your device. It features digital image stabilization for steady footage, and you can use gesture control with your phone when it’s in free flight mode. [Purchase]

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