The Lily Camera is a compact and lightweight self-flying camera drone. You simply toss the drone into the atmosphere and let it trail after you and record as it tracks a tiny remote on your body.
What’s Good About Lily Camera?
The Lily Camera records in 1080p at 60fps, and also features accelerometers in both the drone and remote which will automatically kick it into a 720p slow-mo mode and fire off a burst of stills when you suddenly change movement, for example, as you jump. There’s additionally a microphone cleverly situated into the remote so it will get the noise around you rather compared to the grating sound of the drone’s rotors.
What’s Bad About Lily Camera?
Regrettably, there is no collision-avoidance system yet, so shooting anywhere other than in an open field or clearing will be problematic.