Meet the world's smallest Drone that can click pictures!

    Drone maker Axis has unveiled a new drone called as Vidius, which as per the company is the world's smallest drone equipped with camera.

    Axis Vidius is world’s smallest camera-equipped drone

    The Axis Vidius is a quadcopter (drone) that measures in at merely 1.7 inches, and weighs under 0.55 pounds. It can easily sit on your hand as well as fit into the palm of your hands. The interesting part is that this device features a camera that is capable of capturing images, and recording videos in 640×480 pixels resolution. Moreover, it can be used to stream videos as well. The Vidius drone allows streaming of live video feed on to your device through a Wi-Fi connection.

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    The devices can be connected via the free Vidius Drone App. This app lets users share recorded video to social media platforms, as attachments, and video messages. The device comes with a 2.4GhZ controller and is compatible with Android or iOS platforms.

    It is capable of flying up to 100 feet away from the connected device, and can flip to 360 degree and roll while streaming videos. It has a 6-axis gyro stabilization.

    The device is powered by a 150mAh battery that can keep the drone flying for approximately 5-7 minutes. It can be fully recharged in just 20 minutes.

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    Also, it has LED lights that can be used for recording and flying during night time.

    The Axis Vidius drone is available for pre-order for a special launch price of $75 that is valid till January 7, and will then be available for $95. The device is expected to be shipped on or before January 29, 2016.

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