Flying drones was once something a hobbyist did and it used to cost a significant amount of money. These days, companies are making drone flying something everyone can do. With palm-sized drones like the Fairy Drone, it’s also more affordable. With that being said, something like the Fairy Drone isn’t going to snag you those sweeping scenic shots from on high but it might give you some decent shots you could use for home movies. The super early bird price is $99USD.
As drone lovers, we have found out that everybody wants to fly one nowadays, but are hesitant to spend a lot of money for one when they think they’ll only fly it a few times before crashing it. That’s why we decided to create Fairy, a pocket drone that anyone can fly and take anywhere. Fairy is affordable, easy to fly, and have extensive features that make it ideal for first-time navigators.
With the Fairy, you will get all the amazing images and 1080P FHD aerial videos with ease anywhere, anytime. Turn Fairy into your personal air camera with a single touch thanks to its intuitive remote controller and app. Designed for its portability, Fairy can be folded into the size of a phone. Thanks to its 140g weight, no FAA registration is required, so enjoy its 16mins flying time with a single charge.
The Fairy drone has been designed with a high-performance camera and a Sony 1/3” (CMOS) sensor to deliver 1080P full HD videos (30 fps) and 8-megapixel images. The camera can be manually tilted down to 60 degrees. With its continuous capture and delay capture mode, Fairy can be your personal autonomous flying photographer!
With a single touch, you can set Fairy to track you while you’re taking pictures or videos. Just turn on the auto-tracking and put away your phone to enjoy a ‘hands-free’ video shooting experience.
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