Part of what makes the Tactic Air Drone so good at following you around is optical flow positioning. Optical flow positioning is a feature where the drone uses a downward camera to provide feedback that lets the engine and flight controller make adjustments to maintain its position. This is another technology that was only available on incredibly expensive drones that have now made it to this affordable model.
The dual cameras record 4K UHD (Ultra High Definition) video. The 4K resolution contains four times as many pixels as a 1080p full HD display. This ultra-high resolution guarantees that no matter what kind of screen you want to view your pictures or videos on, you’ll be able to max out your resolution with extreme detail, which is important for aerial photos.
High resolution also means you’re in a good position to do some video editing, and the Tactic Air Drone comes ready with built-in video editing and photo editing so you can make you ensure the best look for memories right after capturing them.
Technical chops aside, it looks nice. The diamond-cut design features a frosted texture on the fuselage. The battery powers 20 minutes of use, and it’s modular too, which means you can swap it out with another battery for another photo session or more video time.