This Zipper Hydrogen Balloon Camera Takes to the Sky for Unique Shots

By: Michael Hemsworth - Published: Nov 5, 2012 • References: industrial-design-germany & yankodesign
The tech-savvy director who is looking to switch up their recording range is sure to get a kick out of the Zipper Hydrogen Balloon Camera.

The Zipper is powered by hydrogen gas, which is converted from water in the docking station, making it both efficient and cost-effective. The camera can be rotated a full 270-degrees while in flight allowing it to quickly capture sequences that require fast panning. In addition to being controllable via the joystick or a smartphone, the Zipper allows users to design how they would like it to fly and how fast beforehand by utilizing a 3D computer program.

Whether you’re looking to seriously rethink how you shoot that award-winning scene or an easier way to capture moments with friends and family, the Zipper can definitely lend a hand. Stats for High-Flying Floating Cameras Trending: Older & Buzzing
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