The Kudrone nano-drone is a low-cost quadcopter that works with your iOS device or Apple Watch. It recently launched as an Indiegogo project.
With a sonar hovering feature, built-in GPS, and a vision positioning system, Kudrone offers a hands-free flying camera on any budget. Built with a throw-to-fly design, the 3.7-inch quadcopter features a professional-grade camera that captures 4K /1080p HD video and panoramic 360-degree aerial photos.
Created by Ruiven, a designer, and manufacturer of mobile devices, Kudrone is a palm-size, smartphone-controlled drone that weighs just 3 ounces. The drone’s sonar sensors allow use in both indoor and outdoor environments. When it goes out of range, Kudrone returns to the user’s last known position.
Features and specs include:
- Size and weight: 3.7-inch body, 3 oz
- Camera: Vision positioning camera captures 4K images, HD 1080p, and panoramic photos.
- Connection: Wi-Fi
- Range: 100 ft
- Precision sonar hovering, auto-follow GPS, infrared sensors for indoor and outdoor flying
- App: Android and iOS compatible. Pilot manually through an app or set hovering function. Kudrone automatically syncs video and images through an app.
- Battery: Two rechargeable 650mAH Lithium batteries
We can’t wait to test Kudrone and hope to have one soon. In the meantime, you can pre-order your own for just $99 through Indiegogo with the first shipments arriving in July. With free shipping in the U.S., Canada, and China., Kudrone will retail for $169
With free shipping in the U.S., Canada, and China., the Kudrone nano-drone will retail for $169 when it launches to the public.