AirDog Auto-Follow Go-Pro Camera Drone!

You are going to want one of these! Now, you can get the perfect trike action shots that even top notch drone pros couldn’t truly get before. This is the way, the truth, and the light:

Visit the AirDog website HERE!

https://www.airdog.com/

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8 Responses to AirDog Auto-Follow Go-Pro Camera Drone!

  1. Hey yeah man! That is quite nifty. I couldn’t help but wonder what would have happened if the Jeep would have slammed on the brakes stopping suddenly. Would the drone manage to stop and hover in place or would it have flown past the Jeep and then have to fly backwards to position itself behind the Jeep? Scary the way my mind works, isn’t it?

  2. I am looking for the way, the truth and the light all my life. Finally I found it. It’s so true. It is in the sky, it is watching and following you’re every move (battery allowing). Hallelujah

  3. steve says:

    Well, the vehicle in the video did that one better when he abruptly did a 180 degree turn, and then went back to his initial direction – watch the AirDog during these actions, as it responds immediately, doing a circular motion while keeping the vehicle in the frame.

  4. Dick Eastman says:

    I guess that’s OK for the open desert but what about trees? Where I live (in Florida), open spaces are rare. We have trees everywhere.

  5. dolanfossil says:

    And where do we find this marvelous evolution of mechanical wonder?

  6. dolanfossil says:

    Holy Moly Andy, after going to Airdog.com, I can see that this little marvel is not for us mere mortals.

  7. steve says:

    For those who are seriously into cinematography in a big way, this new unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) is a bargain at the introductory price of $1295. Most of these drones require constant control by one skilled operator with a control panel, and one spotter, and come in at prices much higher. For one like the Airdog that is on full-auto, they are practically giving it away at this point. But I’d speculate that this price will rise once cinematographers learn about it, and demand increases. Ya’ gotta’ admit, the trike action shots that could be had with one of these is endless and awesome! You only live once – go on and get it! Yee Haa …
    https://www.airdog.com/

  8. steve says:

    They avoid the trees and other nasty stuff I reckon, otherwise they wouldn’t last long, ha ha.

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