Okay Camera and accessory geeks, I've got the ultimate monopod replacement for you.
Tired of the same old selfie portraits? Want something a bit more special?
It's time to blow away your friends with your new selfie videos and stills. No doubt selfie sticks and monopods have served us well. They enabled us to get a better perspective for those selfie portraits.
Although they are now banned in a few museums, they're still easy to carry, real affordable, and work great to improve self portraits.
But what about the ultimate monopod replacement, a hands-free, flying camera device that automatically follows us from above? How cool is that?
LOOK! Up in the sky. It's a bird! It's a plane! No, it's the Lily Camera. The Lily is the ultimate camera for documenting your activities from an aerial perspective.
It works as far as 100 feet away from you or as close as 5 feet. The battery powered contraption can fly for 20 minutes on a single charge, plenty enough time to shoot some great action video or dramatic stills.
When you're done your shoot, you can land the Lily on your hand and the propellers will automatically stop. It is completely safe from dust and sand and is rated to withstand 30 minutes under water to a depth of one meter.
Simply slip the tracking device into your pocket or a waterproof wrist case.
The camera will follow your movements.
You launch the device by tossing it into the air and its propellers spring into action and start hovering and tracking your location.
The camera has digital gimbal capabilities, so that it can follow your left-right and up-down movements.
The most impressive specification for me is the 120 frames-per-second video shooting. That's great for slow motion and super smooth video.
Here is a video on YouTube showing you some of the possibilities. You can pre-order the Lily Camera for about $500, or according to the company, you can buy one later for around $1000. How's that for a marketing incentive?
Hmmmmmm. I wonder. Do you think you'd be allowed to have your kid wear a tracking device during his soccer game?
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