The Dobby is a super light, super small selfie drone that packs in some killer features.
You've got the basics like indoor/outdoor flight and hover mode.
But the Dobby goes even further with 4K video recording, target tracking, and digital image stabilization.
And when you're done, it folds up to about the size of a phone and fits right in your pocket.
You can steer the drone from your phone via an app and see what the camera captures in real time.
4K videos and photos get pushed straight to your phone.
You can share them to social media.
The Dolby's also got Two cool new features that really stand out.
The drone will automatically take off and land from the palm of your hand at the press of a button.
The Dobby Pro Tracking features uses target lock and facial recognition to follow you around.
You'll get just under 10 minutes of flight time out of the battery, but quick charging should get you back in the air in about 45 minutes.
And if you're after fresh batteries they're not too expensive, costing about 59 bucks Australian.
The pint-sized selfie drone is available now for 399 in the US and 599 in Australia.
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