"Yuneec Breeze takes the guesswork out of aerial selfies"
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CNET First Look
CNET First Look
Yuneec Breeze takes the guesswork out of aerial selfies
[SOUND] The Yuneec Breeze isn't a toy drone and it's not for racing and its camera isn't made for serious movie-making.
It's a selfie drone and a $500 won a bet.
Designed to be flown out of its box with the camera aimed at the pilot.
It's controlled with your phone and the Breeze's act Where you can select a handful of automated flight modes to make you and your friends and family the stars.
It records in 4k, but you'll probably wanna use in 1080p or 720p with the digital image stabilization because this doesn't have a gimble like higher end models.
So sudden movements and high winds are best avoided.
The flights mode are all pretty easy to set up and use but, you can fly it manually too, if you want tho that's not really the point.
Flight times max out at 12 minutes but, you need does include two battery.
Video quality is good but, definitely made for phone and tablet viewing and you can download edit and share right from the app If you're looking for a camera drone to actually fly, you're better off with something like the DJI Phantom 3 Standard.
Want something small and relatively quiet to put in the air and get your shot and go, this does that.
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