This is the World’s First Throw-and-Shoot Camera
Lily is the world’s first throw-and-shoot camera. All you have to do is throw it in the air to start shooting. The quadcopter flies itself and uses GPS and computer vision to follow you around. It is waterproof, compact and shoots HD pictures and videos. Check out the glossy demo video below.
Battery: Built-in Lithium-Ion Battery, 20 min of flight time, Charging via 5A charger, 2-hour charge time
Flight: Max speed 25 mph (40 km/h), Max altitude 50 ft (15 m), Min altitude 5 ft (1.75 m)
Memory: 4GB micro SD provided, External memory card slot
Waterproof: Rating IP67 (can take one meter underwater)
Camera: Video Resolution: 1080p 60 fps / 720p 120 fps, Video FOV: 94º, Video Format: H.264 codec, .mp4 file format, Photo Resolution: 12 MP, Digital gimballing Image stabilization, Fixed focus
Sensors: Accelerometer, Three-axis Gyro, Magnetometer, Barometer, GPS, Front-facing camera, Bottom-facing camera
Frequently Asked Questions
Does Lily have obstacle avoidance?
Currently, Lily does not have any obstacle avoidance capabilities. We have found that most outdoor activities do not need obstacle avoidance because Lily can follow the user’s path. But again, there are no guarantees that Lily will not hit anything while it is following you. If Lily is about to hit an object you can press the middle button on the tracking device and Lily will stop, hold its position, and continue to film you.
How much does Lily cost?
You can pre-order Lily today for $499 USD. After pre-sales are over, Lily will be priced at $999 plus applicable taxes and shipping. Ships February 2016
Will Lily videos have sound?
Yes, the tracking device has a microphone that records high quality sound. Lily automatically synchronizes audio from the tracking device with video it records.
Can Lily stream video?
Lily streams low-resolution live video to the companion app to help you frame your shots.
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Photos taken by Lily