Nine Eagles, a company that develops and makes aerial vehicles, will launch (..literally) its latest product today at CES. It’s a selfie drone called the MOLA-UFO. The company hopes that with its uniquely styled drone people will be able to “record moments whether they are traveling alone, partying together, or taking a photo on the street.”
There are three key features that Nine Eagles believes will set its UFO drone apart from the rest. The first, is the out-of-this-world design that makes it ultra-portable (it will fit in the palm of your hand). The second, is the camera’s “advanced image algorithm” that ensures that the pictures it takes are ‘stabilized and captured clearly” even on windy days. Finally, it will have a unique recognition technology that can identify the subjects and lock them in frame, essentially it will track the subject and shoot with a “range of 360-degrees with its high resolution 4K camera.”
While it isn’t clear when the MOLA-UFO will be available for purchase, you can find a ton of drones reasonably priced at Amazon ready to fly this week.
Hit up our CES 2017 guide for more details on new releases.
Source: Nine Eagles
About Nine Eagles
Established in 2004, Shanghai Nine Eagles Electronic Technology Co., LTD, is a high tech enterprise based in Shanghai, China that integrates research, design, manufacturing and sales. There are two brands under the company, Nine Eagles, which covers all types of aerial products; and MOLA, a high-end brand specially focusing on developing the UAV series for consumers. The company has its businesses covered all over the world, including China, America, Russia, Japan and the European markets.