Camera Takes A Flying Leap Into Next-Gen Aerial Photography

AirSelfie Holdings’ launches what it’s calling the next generation of aerial photography and video via the company’s AirSelfie2 flying camera. The pocket-sized flying camera features a 12-megapixel camera for full HD photos and videos, a 400 mAh 7.4 lithium polymer battery that allows for up to five minutes of flight time, and an 85° field of view. Additionally, the AirSelfie2 now has an improved 16 GB memory, all in a device that weighs just less than 3 oz. and is no larger than the average smartphone.

 

Featuring a durable, anodized aluminum casing, AirSelfie2 measures 3.8 in. x 2.8 in. x 0.5 in. Via four turbo brushless fans, it has a range of over 60 feet. It connects wirelessly to iOS and Android devices and is available in four colors: silver, black, gold, and rose gold. Prices start at $199.95. For more info, visit AirSelfie Holdings.

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