Pocket Drone Review and Features


Pocket Drone  is an other completed project with the help of Kickstarter-funds. Its a fold-able, flying "multi-copter" that its creators titled it "The GoPro of drones." It's a tiny ( small in size as compare to other) drone and equipped with a high quality action camera capable of recording 1080 HD video or capture  photos and a rechargeable battery of 20 minutes of flights.

This Pocket Drone can be folded up to the size of a small tablet for portability. One of its outstanding feature is autopilot / follow me that allows your drone to capture your moments automatically.

"Till now, mostly people are not participating in the revolution of this awesome new technology - the cost was too great, the drones are too bulky and the software is too difficult to operate," says creators Timothy Reuter, TJ Johnson and Chance Roth wrote on their Kickstarter page.

The creators claim that their drone design is easy enough to use: It can be unpacked and launched within just 20 seconds and can be easily operated by your smartphone, an included remote, a third-party RC controller or tablet with a USB port. Additionally, the software is open source, so hackers or developers of this category can add their own fun features to enhance the ability of this pocket drone.

The Kickstarter campaign presents the Pocket Drone as a relatively inexpensive tool for aerial photographers and videographers, as it's cheaper than your average DSLR camera. Backers can purchase a Pocket Drone for $445 without a controller, or $495 for the full package.

The Pocket Drone campaign finishes funding on March 9, and has already raised more than $300,000, far surpassing its goal of $35,000.

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