AirSelfie is a revolutionary pocket-size flying camera that connects with your smartphone to let you take boundless HD photos of you, your friends, and your life from the sky. Its turbo fan propellers can thrust up to 20 meters in the air letting you capture wide, truly original photos and videos on your device. The anti-vibration shock absorber and 12 MP camera ensure the highest quality images. And its ultra-light 2.8oz (80.3 g) form means you can keep AirSelfie on you at all times. Say hello to the future of selfies.
How to use the AirSelfie
- Prepare for take-off: Take your flying camera from the powerbank and switch it on
- Fly: Open the AirSelfie app (iOS and Android), press the lift button and watch your flying camera hover to heights up to 20m.
- Snap happy: Open the AirSelfie app (iOS and Android), and snap those wide-angle photos, indoors and out.
- Land smoothly: Land AirSelfie safely and smoothly onto your open hand or grab it while it’s hovering in mid-air and place it back in its case where it will be recharged.
Bird’s Eye Selfies
Uninspired by one-armed selfies or the selfie stick? With AirSelfie, you can get more of the people and things you love into your photos. A third camera for your device that lets you get those wide-angle photos, indoors and out, from a boundless perspective: the sky.
AirSelfie is designed for life on the go. Weighing just 2.8 oz. (80.3 g) and enclosed in a durable anodized aluminum case, it is lightweight, solid and exceptionally cool. AirSelfie comes with its Powerbank or with a special USB Case, designed to hold your flying camera. At just 3.8” long, 2.8”mm wide and 0.5” thick, AirSelfie clams that it is the thinnest and lightest HD flying camera integrated in your mobile cover.
AirSelfie is controlled using a free, intuitive iOS and Android app. Slide to take off, shoot photos, take videos, and then land safely. Gain different levels of control with the easy mode, medium mode, or expert mode. Delay snapping by up to 10 seconds using the timer (enough time to put your phone away), take multiple shots, and then share directly on social media.