- Compact Quadcopter to always keep with you
- Premium 4K UHD camera
- Video resolution: 4K (3840x2160) Photo: 13 megapixel, high-class umbrella chipset
- Control via smartphone (iOS / Android) including live image for perfect selfie
- Perfect indoor and outdoor stability thanks to GPS and IPS sensors with Optical flow
- Share photos directly to Facebook & Co
- Flight modes: selfie, Follow me, Orbit, Journey, Return home
Product Type: Quadcopter
Width: 196 mm
Height: 65 mm
Depth: 196 mm
Weight: 385 g
Battery / Battery Type: Lipo battery
Delivery: Breeze, Lipo battery, charger
Cool concept. I've said it before, I think thats going to be a huge market in the near future; "no flying experience needed to fly."
It does leave me with a few thoughts;
The video says it weighs just under a pound, so users will have to register with the FAA. It also makes me wonder how responsible the "target audience" will be with regard to the FAA rules and regs. I don't think they'll be as concerned or knowledgable as those that fly platforms like the Phantom, Typhoon, Solo, etc... I think unless people are educated that there is no difference between the "Breeze" and say an Inspire, we'll see these things flying over crowds at concerts, accidents, fires, etc... used like an aerial version of their smart devices.
I think these buyers will be surprised by the NFZs since these fall within the FAA rules...
I'm not really a big fan of using your wireless device to fly it as the overlay seems to cover up your video, however if they could figure out a way to use a blue tooth gamepad that would be pretty cool.
Imagine manufactures calling hundreds or thousands of their customers because the money they paid with is no longer any good. Then the customer says wait send me back the money I'll check if it's defective and send you some good money in a couple months ....