The makers of the Kudrone mini drone are promising big things. The video-capturing quadcopter is controlled via a mobile app, with its creators touting an almost nonexistent learning curve when it comes to flying. The Kudrone has up to 64 GB of internal storage, but photos and videos are also synced automatically to the user's device. Only eight minutes of flight time are available, but the good news is that the drone's battery can be swapped out or recharged via USB or charging dock.
The main appeal of the Kudrone mini drone will be its price and the fact that it can shoot video in 4K. That auto-follow function will also turn some heads, as will the selfie mode. With regard to pricing, a pledge of $129 on Indiegogo is all it takes to secure a Kudrone pre-order; deliveries are slated for July 2017.