Audio/Video Gadgets, Robot Gadgets

C-me Folding Pocket Flying Social Camera

by – on October 26th, 2017

If you are a social media butterfly, chances are you are always on the lookout to make sure that you can capture even better looking photos and selfies than ever before, in a bid to maintain your supremacy in the social media landscape while making sure that you always raise the stakes. The selfie stick is so passe, so why not look to the all new C-me Folding Pocket Flying Social Camera in order to shoot some really unique shots of you so that your followers will always be entertained?

 Smaller than a regular sized smartphone, the C-me folding pocket flying social camera from Hobbico will ensure that your Instagram, Snapchat and Facebook will never be the same again. Sporting the smallest footprint in the market for a drone of its size, it is tiny enough to fit into just about any pocket, and can take and share aerial selfies up to 8MP in resolution, not to mention capture a nice, panoramic view of your surroundings in Full HD (1080p) video.

Not only that, there is no need to enrol yourself in a drone piloting school beforehand, since the C-me comes with an innovative single-touch control interface which takes mere minutes in order to master. You will no doubt need to familiarize yourself with the free C-me app that offers connectivity to the most popular iOS and Android smartphones out there. It has a self-generated private Wi-Fi network that resists interference and network sharing from nearby routers to deliver a safe, interference-free flight. Not only that, you get to enjoy a 360° option when it comes to panoramic video, a burst mode which can capture up to 15 images sequentially with a single touch, and a 10-second delay timer.

The asking price of $219.99 apiece is definitely well worth checking out if you want a casual drone to be your companion.

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