Selfly, a drone designed to take selfies


If you are a drone lover and you were looking for a technologically interesting model to basically take aerial photographs perhaps Selfly be the model you were looking for, a project that today seeks financing through a page like Kickstarter which means, in addition to being one of the first people to have a model with these characteristics, to do so at a much lower price.

As can be seen on the project page itself at Kickstarter, the drone itself can be folded so that it stays in a format similar to that of a smartphone thanks to its dimensions of 131 mm high by about 66 mm wide and 9 mm thick. All this results in a drone that, although it may not seem folded, stands out for its 70 grams of weight, ideal for you to transport it from one place to another in your pocket.

Selfly, a drone designed to take all kinds of selfies.

To open it you will only have to perform a simple gesture and, once deployed, it is similar to a common four-propeller drone, you can manage it from your own smartphone Through a proprietary application developed by the programmers of the company responsible for the development of the product.

Returning to the drone itself, note that Selfly is equipped with an 8 MP camera capable, in turn, of capture 1080p video at 30 frames per second. Thanks to the technologies it incorporates, it can transmit video in free streaming while the images are stabilized thanks to a proprietary system. The negative part of all this, due to the small battery that it has, is that it only offers 5 minutes of autonomy, enough to take about 20 pictures.

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