Moment 4K Camera Drone with Auto Tracking and Image Stabilizer

Using built-in image stabilizer Moment 4K camera drone captures clear and stable aerial videos and photos, and its auto tracking feature allows it to automatically follow you for video recording. Need more features? Let’s keep checking.

Moment 4K Camera Drone

The Moment is an advanced and versatile flying camera drone that measures 215 x 263 x 47mm and weighs 415g. When folded the drone measures 215 x 153 x 50mm. Using the foldable design you can easily take it anywhere with you. Meanwhile, its protective frame ensures the Moment withstands various bumps during flight.

Moment 4K Camera Drone

The 4K camera drone supports 4K video recording at 25fps and 12MP stills, and it also comes with multiple shooting modes including sweep panorama, continuous capture, and delay capture, so you can add more creativities to your aerial photography. Built-in electronic image stabilizer allows it to deliver blur-free footage and images by withstanding turbulence and reducing the rolling shutter effect. Using integrated optical flow sensor and ultrasonic sensor the Moment can stably hover and shot every time.

Moment 4K Camera Drone

The mini camera drone features 4-inch tri-blade propellers powered by 1906-brushless motors. The configuration delivers a top speed of 11 mph (18 kph), and three flight modes allow it to meet different demands. Moreover, its rechargeable battery offers up to 15 minutes of flight time on a single charge. The drone uses WiFi to wirelessly connect with your smartphone, so its custom app not only provides you a simple and intuitive control experience, but also allows you to share your photos and videos with ease.

The team behind Moment drone is raising fund for the product via Indiegogo. We can pledge $199 to preorder the 4K camera drone. It will be expected to be shipped in October 2017.

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