Kudrone Launches Affordable Palm-Sized Drone
Ruiven, leading designer and manufacturer of mobile devices, today unveiled Kudrone, a palm-sized, smartphone-controlled drone that is taking on leading competitors with its breadth of features and affordable price. Available now for presale on Indiegogo starting at $99, Kudrone takes selfies, panoramic images and live videos on-the-go, both indoors and outdoors. It’s built to have a price tag that is in reach for consumers, but also to have a premium design and stability equal to more costly and complex drones currently used by prosumers, drone enthusiasts, and professional videographers and photographers.
Built with a throw-to-fly design, the 3.7 inch, 3oz quadcopter is the must-have companion for any adventurer or imaging enthusiast. Users simply toss Kudrone in the air for it to automatically follow them on a hike, side of a cliff, while skiing or during any activity, taking quality photos and videos along the way. It boasts a professional-grade camera that captures in 4K image, HD 1080P and Panoramic 360° aerial photo.
Typically found in high-end drones, Kudrone has a precision sonar hovering feature, built-in GPS and a vision positioning system, which makes it the perfect hands-free flying camera for any budget. With these features, Kudrone automatically tracks users up to 100 feet and snaps shots and HD videos along the way. The drone’s sonar sensors also allow it to be used in both indoor and outdoor environments. If Kudrone gets out of range, it returns to the user’s last known position.