Most drones are about providing you with absurd aerial perspectives or carrying heavy and costly camera gadgets. Still, a new type of drone was recently presented by Zero Zero Robotics at GMIC(Global Mobile Internet Conference) in Beijing in 2016.

The Hover Camera is a “drone” equipped with a composition and functions that allow it to fly and take pictures with interesting and amusing angles. The Hover Camera is dedicated to all the fans who are selfie addicts. Zero Zero Robotics promises to facilitate the user experience as much as pushing a button on your smartphone.

This Selfie Drone Takes 13MP Photos And 4K Video

The device has an auto-pilot mode, with face recognition and body to follow anyone, and the camera of 13 megapixels shoots up to 4K videos. Still, the great thing is its carbon fiber body, which makes the device or drone much like a portable gadget.

The drone weighs 238 grams, which is not only light but, more importantly, the heap occupies the same space as a VHS cassette; hence, it allows safe handling during the flight and ensures the best image stability.

Moreover, it includes a processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 801, an accelerometer, a gyroscope, as well as speed and position sensors; along with all this, it enables this camera as a monitoring system that relies on facial and body recognition, as we mentioned earlier, which can be activated from a smartphone and also serves command.

The device does not have any specific release date, and the creators are still refining the details, but the suggested retail price of the drone has hovered around 600 dollars; yes sounds a little expensive.

Key Specifications and features of the device:-

  • The device has a 13MP Camera, which captures awesome photos and can shoot 4K video.
  • The device also offers 360 videos.
  • The device has 32GB of storage.
  • Hovers automatically.
  • Auto face detection.
  • The device has an auto-steading feature.
  • The device has a lightweight carbon fiber body.


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