Flying Toys to demonstrate Parrot Bebop Drone at Spring Fair

Published on: 26th January 2015

The Flying Toys team will launch its new products including the Bebop Drone on its Spring Fair stand.Parrot-Bebop-248

The Parrot Bebop Drone is a high tech leisure quadricopter. Equipped with a 14 megapixel fisheye camera, the drone takes video and pictures in a 180° field. The drone captures 1080 pixel HD video despite the movements inherent in flight with the digital technology of three-axis image stabilisation. The camera angle can be controlled directly from piloting application with a simple movement of the thumb, as the shifting on the 180° angle is fully digital and independent from the Drone’s movements. Numerous sensors provide stability and manoeuvrability, when flown with a Smartphone or a Tablet.

Available in three colours, red, yellow or blue, it can also be flown with an optional Parrot Skycontroller. With the Parrot Bebop Drone Skycontroller, the piloting device is fixed on a shelf that will accommodate the vast majority of Smartphones and Tablets available on the market. The pilot subsequently takes control of the drone via two joysticks. Equipped with an amplified Wi-Fi radio with four antennas, the Parrot Skycontroller extends the range up to two kilometres.

For more information telephone David Rawlins on 01702 295 110 or click here.

Flying Toys can be found at Spring Fair on stand 3A03.

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