Aerial Adventure

Consumers turn to outdoor photography devices for aventurous use

Implications - The rise in adventure tourism has collided with the social media generation; consumers are not only more willing to take risks, they also expect to document and share them with their social following. As a result, many adventure-focused photography devices have begun popping on the market. Whether it's autonomous function or flying drones, these devices mark a distinct change in consumer entertainment.
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Kite-Like Cameras - 'Fotokite Phi' is a Photography Drone That Can Be Led on a Tether
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Warm 1,046 Clicks Pub: Aug 19, 15
Kite-Like Cameras
'Fotokite Phi' is a Photography Drone That Can Be Led on a Tether
The ‘Fotokite Phi’ is like a hybrid of an autonomous photography drone and a selfie stick that brings together the best features of robotics, entertainment and aerial photography. True... [More]
Thermos-Shaped Drones - The Sprite Drone Can Be Tossed Into a Backpack
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Warm 1,950 Clicks Pub: May 25, 15
Thermos-Shaped Drones
The Sprite Drone Can Be Tossed Into a Backpack
The Sprite drone is a cylinder-shaped aerial vehicle that is designed for easy portability and functionality. The drone was conceived by a pair of aerospace engineers and outdoor enthusiasts who... [More]
Drone-Friendly Cameras - The Micro Cinema Camera is Perfect For Aerial Video
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Mild 736 Clicks Pub: Apr 15, 15
Drone-Friendly Cameras
The Micro Cinema Camera is Perfect For Aerial Video
The Micro Cinema Camera is a super-lightweight camera, developed by Blackmagic Design, that weighs just 10 ounces. This makes it perfect to be carried around by a small quadcopter. Despite its... [More]
Autonomous Flying Cameras - Lily Camera Uses Computer Vision Technology to Fly Without an Operator
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Untested 290 Clicks Pub: May 14, 15
Autonomous Flying Cameras
Lily Camera Uses Computer Vision Technology to Fly Without an Operator
Lily Camera is the world’s first flying camera that does not require any human intervention to operate. Designers Antoine Balaresque and Henry Bradlow explain that the device should not be... [More]