The drones of fall

Fly the photo-friendly skies

CNET September 21, 2015

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These drones are coming for you in 2015 (pictures)
From palm-size models made for quick autonomous aerial selfies, aka dronies, to larger quadcopters with 4K-resolution-video capture capabilities, these are some of the flying cameras you’ll see in the skies this year. READ MORE »
Lori Grunin
Senior Editor / New York

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