Drones have gotten increasingly popular over the past year or two, and they have become an amazing tool used to capture aerial shots of any event. A problem for many of us is that drones which are actually worth buying are a bit out of our price range. Spending less than $400 usually will not get you the results you are looking for.
You can soon get that perfect shot for a reasonable price with the Kudrone Smart Nano-Drone. This mini drone features 4K HD video, GPS auto-follow, an and interchangeable battery.
With a 3.7-inch body, this drone is ultra portable and can follow you around on any group adventure. The GPS, intelligent vision sensors, 3-axis gyro accelerometer, magnetic compass, and barometer combine for that perfect stable shot every time. Live streaming is available as well for instant sharing.
Also included are additional batteries that can easily fit in your pocket or backpack. To make it a little easier to charge all batteries at once, a dock is available to add to your order if you wish to do so.
The Kudrone smartphone app allows users to automatically sync photos to your iOS or Android camera roll, and also to control the drone with a nice user interface. No need to carry around a bulky remote control.
In comparison to high-end drones like DJI’s Mavic Pro, the Kudrone has a 13MP Camera while the Mavic has 12MP. As opposed to 8 minutes with the Kudrone, the Mavic has a longer lasting battery life due to its larger size. In the end, the it’s $900 less, so the decision is relatively easy.
If you are looking for a drone that is even cheaper, you can find many that are rated highly by Amazon users for under $50. The Syma Drone is an affordable one to start learning how to fly if you’re a first time drone pilot. It is not easy to find a drone so small with DJI-standard specs like the Kudrone, and if you pre-order today you can get it in time for some summer activities.
The Kudrone starts at $109 for the early bird price at Indiegogo. This package includes the Kudrone, 2 propeller sets, a charger, a 16GB MicroSD card, 2 batteries, and a propellor protector. As an add-on, you can get a three-slot battery charging dock with 3 more batteries for another $50. Estimated delivery is this July.
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