Shooting videos of yourself when it comes to sports, hiking, or any other activities, has generally been accomplished by the GoPro. But footage taken from the top of your head or from a selfie stick can get boring after a while. Not to mention that holding a camera at all times takes away from the moment. So what if the camera got out of the way and still got the footage you wanted? That’s where the Lily Camera comes in.
This camera flies in the air keeping it’s camera focused on you and what you’re doing. For 20 minutes that allows you to do what you want to do and have the camera capture all the fun in crisp, stabilized 1080p video.
The Lily tracks a device which can be held on your wrist or in your pocket in any of four different modes. The camera flies itself and doesn’t require you to do anything but focus on what you were already doing. There’s no need to use a controller or smartphone to keep the device in location. Set up is also a breeze. Simply turn on the device and the tracker, throw the Lily in the air, and hit record.
The Lily Camera is IP67 waterproof so you can even have it track you in water sports. You can even launch it out of water if need be. If you plan on using it for videos with sound, you can even do that thanks to a microphone housed in the tracking device.
The Lily Camera is now open for pre-order on the company’s website (see source link) for $499. When it launches at retail it will cost $899.