The LeveTop drone was built with ultra portability in mind and the company says its “advanced GPS system” is the bee’s knees. While the LeveTop doesn’t have a 4K camera, its 1080p stabilized camera still gives you HD quality. The camera is also capable of tracking a target which is helpful for follow shots of your subject. The company says the drone has a 20-minute flight time and a top speed of 33-mph.
Here’s a short rundown of some of the LeveTop features:
- Compact Quadruple Folding Frame
- High Quality 1080P Stabilized Camera
- Light Weight Portable Design
- Motion Controlled Technology
- Li-Po 3S removable Battery
- Built-in Wi-Fi transferring
- 100m range
- FOV 120-degrees
- iOS and Android compatible
Stop taking blurry photos and capture everyday moments from a totally new, high-quality perspective. LeveTop has a built-in 1080 stabilized camera with a 120° FOV for beautiful panorama shots and amazing memories with loved ones.
While the average cell phone uses a very small image sensor and lens at 1.0-1.2 micrometers, LeveTop uses binning technology to combine its 2.0-pixel size to 4.0 micrometers!
Now more than ever, we are connected to social media and love to share our travels, weekends, and everyday life events with our friends and family. With LeveTop, you can experience everyday moments using the highest quality camera of any drone out there, and then share your amazing photos and videos with others!
Once you have your shot, you can easily transfer images and videos straight to your smartphone with LeveTop’s built-in wifi. Simply go to your Gallery, select your favorite photos, edit and share on Facebook, Instagram or YouTube instantly.
Your friends and family will want to know who your new partner in crime is.
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Last Updated on May 10, 2018.