Tech Report Review
Thanks to drones, aerial videography and photography has really taken off in the last few years. Back in the day, if you wanted to get aerial shots you had to get in a helicopter or a plane. Now it is time to bring this technology down to the consumer level and make it affordable for every day consumers. Alpha Drone by Kaiser Baas has made this technology possible.
Alpha Drone was designed for aerial acrobatics to capture exciting footage. This light-weight easy-to-use camera drone records HD video at 720p and captures 30 frames per second at 2 megapixels. Its rotor guards make it safe to use indoors, making things easier for the user. The battery lasts 7-10 minutes. The drone even comes with rotor guard replacements if any were to get damaged. If outdoors, the built-in 6-axis gyroscopic control gives the Alpha superior stabilization, even against wind and tricky maneuvers.
Alpha Drone comes with a transmitter that works as a remote control with easy-to-use toggles and other features. You can control photo, video and 3D function with the touch of a button. They found that an app-based control system doesn’t work as well since there is no point of reference.
It even has a 3D eversion feature that allows the Alpha Drone to flip in any direction. This drone was made for the average consumer so it comes with a number of accessories including spare rotor blades, single and dual battery packs as well as USB chargers.
You can buy an Alpha Drone for $169.99 at kaiserbaas.com/alphadrone/newswatch.