AirSelfie – tiny drone with built-in camera gives wings to your selfie craze

Airselfie drone

What does a selfie fanatic in you do when stretching the arm or flexing out the selfie stick cannot fit in all friends or family members in one shareable frame? If you may, you can opt for AirSelfie – a pocket sized drone with built-in HD camera that can hover in midair to capture every moment perfectly. AirSelfie can takeoff right out of the palm of your hand, hover in air controlled with a smartphone app, and be returned to rest in a custom phone case, wherein it can recharge for another round of selfies.

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AirSelfie combines the best of micro flying technologies, ultra-lightweight HD cameras and inflight stability systems. It comes with its own app compatible with iOS and Android. It can fly for three minutes on a single charge in a 20 meter radius.

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Weighing only 52g, AirSelfie has a built-in full HD 5MP camera and image stabilizer, and its best thing is its portability. The quadcopter can slide into its smartphone cover, and even charge its built-in battery in just 30 minutes. And when you don’t want to tug along a bulky case on the phone, you can easily carry AirSelfie in your pocket.

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The quadcopter can be controlled via three different flight modes; once it’s in perfect position to click, the drone hovers autonomously to capture a perfect, stable photo or video.

Selfie mode – two button onscreen controls to move the drone near or far

Selfie motion control mode – more flight options, controlled using virtual onscreen joystick

Flight mode – The phone becomes a classic controller in landscape orientation and you have full freedom to fly the AirSelfie to capture a large group

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AirSelfie is was listed on Kickstarter and has had a successful round of funding. If all goes well, the drone should start shipping as early as March this year.

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Bharat

Bharat writes about latest gadgets, toys, robots and new technologies across various platforms. In addition to reporting and reviewing new products and technologies, he spends too much time digging the internet for endless questions. He's a die-hard football fan and a big foodie who wants to host Man v. Food some day.

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