Some Accessories Drone Pilots Might Appreciate
We do love our toys, so we’ve come up with a short list of interesting gadgets that might be of use to you. To be honest, the first item on our list looks a bit dangerous and possibly destructive, which is why it is a personal favorite. Come on, who doesn’t want to see other people’s drones fall from the sky like disoriented birds?
I’m sorry to say that the increasing global drone population has got people worried. Taking down the neighbor’s flying machine seems to be a common daydream, which is why the DroneGun Tactical was designed. Legal to be used only by an authorized government agent. this device is actually a high-powered antenna that blasts drones’ own antennas with a powerful signal, resulting in a loss of signal that renders the drone unusable. This device promises an hour or two of straight jamming, with a GPS blocker add-on also available. Lock on!
Social media users love stories, in more forms than one. Sharing your day with your followers might be your thing, and GoPro decided it would enter the game. GoPro QuikStories is a dedicated app, designed to create short, shareable videos – generated automatically. The app will then slice the clips up into something you might want to share, although users are encouraged to add their personal touch to the files.It’s well worth mentioning that QuikStories integrates with most of the social networks we know and love today.
DJI Osmo 2 Stabilizer
DJI’s line of popular drones
has got the world talking, but the company also offers other products, including first-person-view (FPV) goggles and a selfie-stick-like product called the Osmo. The Osmo Mobile 2 was designed to be used with smartphones, featuring 15 hours of battery life and the capability to use the stabilizer in portrait mode.
Drones with impressive camera shooting abilities aren’t all that portable, which is why PITTA was designed. This thing packs a 4K camera and brags about autonomous features. Showing off a modular design, this 200-gram drone can transform into a flying machine, a home security camera, a wearable, or a camera mounted on a stick – is bragging about 13MP a thing?
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