Nano Drone Brings Aerial Photography to a Personal Level
A 55g drone camera offers all the features of the big boys... and more
So far, drones, commonplace as they’ve been becoming, are still mostly accessible to corporations and the very wealthy, who’ve used them to film their expensive weddings and fireworks and also introduce a deep skepticism into the hearts of the public. But technologies are becoming accessible faster than ever, and it was only a matter of time until a drone for the people appeared on the market. ZANO, developed by the Torquing group, has currently raised more than three times its Kickstarter goal of £125,000 for production, is tiny, friendly and affordable, plus it’s easy to use. Competing against GoPro’s entries into the market, it’s determined to make people’s personal videos interesting to watch again with exciting new angles.