Tactic Air Drone has launched a new highly-anticipated foldable drone with enhanced stability, intelligent navigation, and cutting-edge design.
The Tactic Air Drone features a sleek, brushed texture and elegant design, and powerful engines for agility in the air. This remote control drone is easy to operate, with one button to take off, the other to land, and another for emergency stops to avoid collisions and obstacles. Users can either pilot it with a controller or control it with their mobile phone using Wi-Fi connectivity. If you need the drone to lead its own way, the height-setting advanced density pressure sensor will keep your drone in the air.
The quadcopter is lightweight and foldable, which makes it very easy to transport anywhere. It comes equipped with a 3.7V 350 mAh Lithium-ion battery that keeps the drone flying for 20 minutes, compared to other drones that can only fly for 4 to 13 minutes. This gives users the opportunity to capture more photos and record longer videos without the hassle of constant recharging. In case the battery runs out, it can be swapped with another with ease, thanks to the modular design.
Users can connect their phones to the drone to control its flight in real-time with various modes such as full-screen, split-screen, and picture-in-picture. With gesture recognition, users can choose to follow them with its smart sensors and also features a variety of flight maneuvers to suit different scenarios.
In addition, the Tactic Air Drone is equipped with a wide-angle lens to capture videos up to 4K HD. Filming at a 4K UHD resolution with over 9 million pixels, this smart drone can create high-quality pictures and videos even when flying in the air. It can adjust itself automatically or adjust in real-time via a smart controller – the user can use both cameras simultaneously and switch from full screen to split-screen to picture-in-picture while the drone is in flight.
The foldable 4K drone is priced at $198, with a 1-year warranty. In case of accidental damage, they replace the machine, much to the delight of their users.