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Zero Zero Robotics reveals the Hover Camera Passport

hover-camera-passportDrones do seem to be dime a dozen these days, but how many of us have already decided to settle for a particular model that suits our needs? It really depends on our needs and of course, pricing. There are some high end drones out there that can capture 4K video without missing a beat, but you will definitely need a fair bit of practice in order to obtain good shots. Zero Zero Robotics has their portable solution in the form of the Hover Camera Passport, which will cost all of just $599. The Hover Camera Passport is touted to be the first truly consumer-friendly and self-piloting flying camera, making it as an essential travel accessory in the future for the avid shutterbug.

The Hover Camera Passport has been specially tailored to the personal travel experience, where it will merge the portability of a smartphone alongside the point of view image capturing capabilities of a drone. Touted to be the only truly self-flying camera on the market, the Hover Camera Passport will pave the way for a new category of consumer flying robotics, making it simple and easy to use, letting you remain in the moment at all times.

It does not matter where you are — in a bustling city or in the outskirts, or even in the great outdoors, the Hover Camera Passport is not restricted by the restraints of controllers that interrupt the moments which you would like to remember. All that you need to do is to unfold the flying camera, power it on, and the Camera Passport will take off. It can steadily frame the perfect shot thanks to Zero Zero Robotics’ proprietary Embedded AI technology, as it goes about capturing memories effortlessly in 13MP photos and 4K video.

The Hover Camera Passport tips the scales at just 242 grams, and arrives fully enclosed in carbon fiber while boating of AI-based safety mechanisms to ensure the user and their surroundings are unscathed despite being flown indoors and out.

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