Axis Vidius Drone Is World's Smallest Camera Drone

Posted: Jan 4 2016, 9:53am CST | by , Updated: Jan 4 2016, 1:54pm CST, in News | Technology News


Axis Vidius Drone is World's Smallest Camera Drone

A new, tiny drone takes the claim of World's Smallest First Person View Drone.

You sure have seen those palm-sized tiny drones in stores last year. The new year kicks off with a new better tiny drone. The Axis Vidius Drone features a camera that streams live video while flying to your smartphone.

The Axis Vidius is the world's smallest camera drone to date - until the Chinese knock-offs swamp the market. New York based Axis has a patent pending on the new drone, but that will likely not be enough. 

The World's Smallest First Person View Drone is capable of flying up to 100 feet away, performing 360 degree flips and rolls all while streaming and recording live video.

Users can control the drone from an Android or Apple device or the included 2.4GHz controller. The live video feed is transmitted to the device through a Wi-Fi connection and can be recorded and shared right from the free Axis drone app to social media, blogs, messaging, email and more.

The video resolution is 420p. The video drone can fly 5-7 minutes on a 20 minute charge via USB cable.

The video drone measures 43x43x25mm and weighs less than the requirement for the FAA drone registration. This is a clear toy drone, but the video feature is making this a very desirable toy drone.

The Axis Vidius Drone is available for pre-order now for $75 and ships on or before January 29. The price will jump to $95 after January 7. The tiny video drone can be pre-ordered here.

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