Play Monday Night Football in the air

Helicopter-mounted video doesn't come cheap

Why should ESPN have all the fun? With the Draganflyer remote-control helicopter (trademark spelling), you can run your own wireless air-cam.

Video helicopter
Draganfly Innovations

This is no dime-store knockoff either (do dime stores exist anymore)? According to Gizmowatch, "It has a self-leveling feature based on thermal intelligence that uses four infrared sensors to keep a check on temperature difference between sky and ground. The onboard CPU collects the input from these sensors and guides the helicopter to maintain proper level." And don't forget the anti-vibration camera mount.

All that means one thing: It doesn't come cheap. The Draganflyer retails for $2,400. But hey, that's supposedly $600 off the original price. Besides, how often do you get to play Howard Cosell?

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