Lily Camera – Throw it away

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Drones, the new action cameras? Up for pre-order, the Lily Camera was a project started in September 2013 at UC Berkeley robotics lab. This small camera drone can be thrown into the air and then follow a wearable tracking device in various POV modes ( Follow, side, fly up, lead). Flight time is around 20 minutes with a 2 hour recharge time. The unit is capable of streaming video to iOS and Android apps and has the ability to  take framed still shots using this technology. The Lily is IP67 rated and capable of video at 1080P @ 60fps/720p 120 fps.

This drone is available for for pre-order from Lily Camera before June 15th for $499 with progressively increased pricing up to the regular retail price of $999. The Lily Camera is estimated to ship February 2016.

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  2. Steve Ledridge

    This looks like one of the best camera drones I have seen so far. the design seems very well thought out.

  3. I will be quick to order a Lily Camera when they design a waterproof battery compartment so I can bring multiple batteries for a day windsurfing on the lake. Until then I can not imagine using it for 20 minutes and then leaving it locked up in my vehicle for the rest of the afternoon sailing session.

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