Most of mini drones don’t shoot great video and aren’t easy capable of hovering on one place. Kudrone is a small quadcopter, made by Chinese startup, shoots at 4K resolution and can pivot 360 degrees to shoot panoramic view and it is equipped with GPS. The drone is controlled via accompanied app, in which users stream a real-time 720p video from its onboard camera. It communicates with the smartphone using Wi-Fi and has a range of 30 meters, the GPS module helps to know where it is. The drone features infrared and sonar sensors that allow it to hover in place and land with a press of button.
It can also be set to a Follow mode, in which it flies along with the user by tracking the GPS coordinates of their smartphone. Footage are stored on an onboard 16GB memory card. The flight time is just 8 minutes per charge of its removable 650-mAH lithium-polymer battery. The Kudrone is successfully funded in an Indiegogo campaign.