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Lily – The Camera That Follows you in the Air

19 May

Lily, California-based start up firm unveiled world’s first easy-to-use, self-flying camera technology has unveiled the Lily Camera.

Lily Camera

Lily- Camera, World’s first throw-and-shoot camera.It looks like a drone with camera but its quite different in some of aspects like if you have Drone you can’t throw it but in case of Lily camera You can throw and it flies it self and another thing is that in case of Drone you need Remote controller. Lily- Camera just comes with Tracking device Which is followed by the Lily-Camera.  All you have to do is Just throw the device into the air, and the Lily Camera deploys its four propellers that provide thrust and directional vectoring that allows it to automatically follow the tracking device.

Lily Camera 4

Lily says the camera has been robustly designed for tough aerial and water environments, and is made for out of doors action sports enthusiasts or for anyone who simply needs a simple, fun way to record and share their everyday activities. investing advanced computing algorithms and GPS, the lily Camera showing intelligence tracks its owner, following his or her each move. With autonomous flight, lily expands artistic shooting opportunities well beyond hand-held and action cameras with one point-of-view.It is Perfect gadget for those activities like cycling, snowboarding or kayaking.

Lily’s optics feature 1080p HD video at 60 FPS 120 FPS and Slow motion video at 720p, with 12MP camera resolution for still shots. For records top quality sound the tracking device includes a microphone. lily mechanically synchronizes audio from the tracking device with video it records.With the help of Companion app lily also streams low-resolution live video to assist you frame your shots.

Lily Camera 2

The lily Camera’s core technology is driven by proprietary computer vision algorithms.The best flying conditions are outdoors at around 10-30 ft. it’s been tested in winds above 20 mph (at the beach), however the engineers advise users to not operate their lily Camera in winds more than 15 mph.

Lily is also programmable and may receive directions via the tracking device or the mobile app. The camera is ready to follow, loop, zoom, fly out, hover, and a lot of with a nominal 20 minutes flying time per battery charge at a mean speed of 15 mph. Flight time can vary between 18 minutes and 22 minutes, counting on however you utilize it.

lily kayak

Battery charge time is 2 hours for a full-charge. The tracking device can send you pulse vibrations once the battery is running low, allowing the user to summon lily to make a graceful palm landing. If you don’t land it, lily can smoothly land itself before running out of battery power.

lily throw

The battery could be a hermetically sealed unit and not removable in order to confirm waterproofness of Lily. Lily’s waterproof body is sealed and its motors are insulated, and so that the device also floats and  you’ll safely land it on water.Lily’s waterproof IP 67 rating, which means that you just will take it 1 meter underwater and it’ll still perform of course, however the engineers suggested that you just not spin the motors underwater, Because  lily isn’t a submarine.

lily waterproof

You can pre-order Lily today for $499 USD until June 15th . After pre-sales are over, Lily will be priced at $999 plus applicable taxes and shipping. Shipping costs $20 for US, and $30 for international.  Note that pre-orders will be Full charged to your card immediately.

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