If you can’t go to a seaside resort without testing the deep waters, underwater cameras are your best friends. But what about a diving drone? iBubble promises to capture your adventure underwater autonomously #actionmagic
A team of divers came up with iBubble, a way to take all the shots they wanted wihout having to carry camera equipment during their expeditions. Unlike those, iBubble needs you to put on only a bracelet so you can set up filming mode (yes, you can choose your favorite filter to give the experience a cinematic feel). Then, she’s on her own, following your movements closely, in a range you set on the wristband.
iBubble has sense-and-avoid technology that helps it stay clear of underwater animals and plants, manual mode if you want to use it as a normal camera and take shots in hard to reach places, camera stabilization system for videos and two 1000 lumen lights.
Count on iBubble to be your silent friend underwater, during the 1 hour play – until the battery dies. You can grab a diving drone for $1299 early bird mode, shipping in June 2017.