You will think given DJI’s experience in drone design and manufacturing, it would have gotten into FPV ages ago. Well, it finally did. Folks, meet the DJI FPV, DJI’s very first FPV drone.
Sony could be setting a new tradition for CES. Last year, the company shook up the event with a surprised unveiling of an electric vehicle, Sony VISION-S. At this year’s virtual CES, it has yet another surprise.
DJI has just followed up with the brand’s DJI Mavic Mini with a new under .55 lbs (250g) drone, called DJI Mini 2. On contrary to its name, it is a successor to the first Mini imaging drone from last year.
What we love about NOVA Drone by Beagle Drones is, it is nothing like the typical imaging drones offered by the likes of Autel, DJI, and Zero Zero. In other words, it is not narcissistic drone; it is a cinematic FPV drone designed with aspiring filmmakers and creators in mind.
You heard of drones patrolling industrial complexes and the idea of camera-armed drone patrolling your property’s backyard and perimeter. Well, today, or rather last week, video doorbell maker Ring takes it a step further, or should we say, a step inner, with an indoor drone that patrols room-to-room.
Finally, the super portable DJI Mavic Air introduced a little over two years ago has a follow up. Simply dubbed DJI Mavic Air 2, it is as super portable as ever, featuring an aerodynamic design with folding arms.
An imaging drone worst enemy is water. But not if you have the PowerEgg X Weatherproof Drone. From PowerVision Robot Corporation, the maker of the egg-shaped imaging drone, the PowerEgg X Weatherproof Drone is the regular PowerEgg outfitted with waterproof case and landing floats.
Everyone should take social distancing very seriously to help halt the spread of COVID-19. But what if you ran out of toilet paper at home? Simple. Just head out and get some, but if rather not, or simply can’t because of shelter-in-place ordinance such as the one put in place in San Francisco and Amazon …
In quarantine, but the dog still need to be walked? While I may not have a solution, you may learn from a man in Cyprus. The man in quarantine used a drone to take his dog out for a walk, so he does not have to physically do so.
Drone. It is versatile invention that can be adapted to almost anything imaginable. From flying flamethrower (here, here and here) to handgun – both real and Airsoft to even chainsaw. Hell, it can even aid in skiing too if the drone is powerful enough. While we may not agree with some of the drone contraptions, …