Hover Camera Passport: A Passport Sized Camera Drone
Hover Camera Passport launched by Zero Zero Robotics is a 13MP passport size foldable camera that identifies, detects and record users during their travels. The model was first uncovered not long ago and in the wake of securing over $25 million financial funding, Zero Zero Robotics formally launched the foldable quadcopter last year.
The camera is estimated at $599 (roughly Rs 40,000) and incorporates two batteries, every single one of them is useful for up to 10 minutes of flight time. The camera is intended to capture moments in 4K video and 13MP photographs. The quadcopter camera can be controlled with both Apple and Android smartphones through an application.
The Hover Camera Passport can purportedly fly at up to 17mph and move up to 16ft alongside a scope of up to 66ft. The gadget even accompanies face-detection software that is intended to follow the users as they travel. The Hover Camera Passport weighs just 242 grams and can catch 360 degrees panoramic video.
Since first announcing Hover Camera in April, we’ve had a chance to listen to our community’s feedback to create a flagship model that is not only more technically advanced, but tailored to their travel and photography needs,” said Mengqiu Wang, CEO and Cofounder of Zero Zero Robotics in a statement to PR Newswire. “Hover Camera Passport encourages you to look up from your screens and enjoy your memories unrestricted, exploring the world from your own point of view. We’re excited to share our first step towards a new future with the world, and can’t wait to see what our users will capture.”