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SenseFly eBee Drone Small_xk2njfdjti4l0qedze6ckhc8xhspxhgbyaueuemhcg_sensefly-ebee-drone Small_xk2njfdjti4l0qedze6ckhc8xhspxhgbyaueuemhcg_sensefly-ebee-drone_1 Medium_xk2njfdjti4l0qedze6ckhc8xhspxhgbyaueuemhcg_sensefly-ebee-drone Posted on Sun, 06 Oct 2013 12:00:00 AM UTC         
 
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Thanks to the advancement in radio controlled aircraft, aerial photography/videography has never been easier but there’s a catch here: not everyone has the right skill set to maneuver a flying machine, much less getting it to go precisely the way you wanted. This is where an autonomous UAV like the commercially available SenseFly eBee Autonomous Ultralight UAV can help.

Measuring just 96 centimeters (about 38 inches) across and tipping the scale at a mere 630 grams (1.4 lbs), the eBee (an oddly named aircraft, if we might add) can take to the sky for up to 45 minutes on its lithium polymer battery pack and carry out aerial photography (or videography) with its electronically integrated and controlled 16-megapixel camera. It is capable of achieving up to 57 km/h (35 mph) cruising speed and take on up to 45 km/h (28 mph) of wind punishment.

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