Rev­ell Con­trol C-me

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Australian T3 - - HYPE -

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s a fly­ing phone! This is a tiny phone-shaped fly­ing cam­era that’s go­ing to su­per­charge your selfie game in 2017. The C-me’s smart­phone-es­que di­men­sions and col­lapsi­ble pro­pel­ler arms make it small enough to sneak into pock­ets, while the gutsy 8MB, 1080p cam­era matches the iPhone 6’s. All mean­ing you can get shots of your­self from ev­ery an­gle! It must be dif­fi­cult to fly? The C-Me con­nects to a smart­phone con­troller app via built-in Wi-Fi, auto cal­i­brates and is ready to fly in sec­onds, so in the­ory it should be dead sim­ple to fly. Take-off and land­ing is au­to­matic. It’s al­most too easy. What else can it do? The cam­era fea­tures a full 90-de­gree range of ad­justa­bil­ity so you’re guar­an­teed to frame the per­fect shot, and built-in im­age sta­bil­i­sa­tion means shaky videos are a thing of the past. In Fol­low Me mode the drone will track you to cap­ture ev­ery minute of the ac­tion, and there’s even a built-in flash and video light to snap those late night shenani­gans. Got your shots and videos in the bag? Share them straight to so­cial me­dia from within the com­pan­ion app. This is wild! Tell me, when can I buy one? The C-me will be avail­able in gloss black, red, pur­ple or teal from your favourite on­line re­tailer or spe­cial­ist hobby store this May. Time to take your self­ies to the next level (drone self­ies, what a scream)!

SIZE MAT­TERS The C-Me’s size and weight means it’s the ideal gad­get to snap high al­ti­tude HD footage of your next big trip EN­GAGE AUTOPILOT You’ll need zero ex­pe­ri­ence to fly the C-Me; auto modes make it a breeze to cap­ture HD video and high-res snaps of your ad­ven­tures

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