(PRWEB) July 23, 2015
“Alpha Drone” was featured on NewsWatch as part of its monthly Tech Report, which features the latest and coolest technology products available to consumers. Amanda Forstrom, a technology expert and special reporter for NewsWatch, conducted the review and shared with viewers how this drone is powerful and for the average consumer.
Drones have made aerial videography and photography to really take off over the last few years. Back in the day, if someone wanted to get aerial shots, they had to get in a helicopter or a plane. Now it’s time to bring this technology down to the consumer level and make it affordable for the people. Well, here it is, Alpha Drone by Kaiser Baas.
This light-weight, easy-to-use camera drone records HD video at 720p and photos at 2 megapixels. Rotor guards make it safe to use indoors, again making things easier while the battery lasts 7-10 minutes. It comes with a transmitter that works as a remote control with easy-to-use toggles and other features. They found that an app-based control system doesn’t work as well as there is no point of reference.
It even has a 3D-eversion feature that allows the Alpha Drone to flip in any direction. As said previously, 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. The Alpha Drone can be purchased online for $169.99.
To learn more, visit http://www.kaiserbaas.com/alphadrone/newswatch today.
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