Lily: The World’s First Throw-And-Shoot Camera Drone In Development

New Throw and Shoot Camera In Development

Lily, the world's first-throw and shoot camera is making waves in the world of personal drones, allowing users to capture high quality photos and videos, seemingly very easily. The makers of Lily claim that with just a few adjustments to the settings, you can toss it up in the air and it will follow, and film, you.

Brad Kremer, renowned snowboard film director and director of photography,  shot Lily's introductory edit above with snowboard legend, Jussi Oksanen, which shows how Lily could be used once it’s fully developed.

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Kremer then blogged about the experience filming with Lily and said:

"The Lily founders told us about all the fantastic features that this new drone would have. The first and most obvious is that it is autonomous. This flying camera follows and films you, without a controller. You [can] program specific moves and distances for it. You can literally just throw it in the air and it just goes."

Kremer concluded by saying, "Every once in a while something special hits the market… Lily may be that next big thing."

Check out Lily and Jussi in action above and head here to read Kremer's full blog.

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