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With no input, the Rolling Spider will hover. This means that if you find yourself in a tricky situation, just let go of all the controls and the drone will attempt to steady itself. It also takes off on its own - all you need to do it hit the 'take off' button on your smartphone. See More
The camera is mounted on the bottom, and aims straight down. It doesn't take video, and stills are only captured at 640x480 resolution. Because the LEDs are on the font, they don't help illuminate objects that are seen by the camera. Taking selfies can be uncomfortable and unflattering - you will be looking straight up. See More
The guard that protects the blades when indoors can be removed to provide more maneuverability. Removing the guard also removes some weight, adding some extra time to the battery life. The guard is suggested for indoor use, as it protects the blades from damage when you inevitably run it into a wall. See More
You can control the drone by choosing one of the 3 modes: joypad, normal, and ace. Joypad uses two on-screen sticks - left is for altitude and right is for direction. Normal and ace modes use the accelerometer of your phone - tilting your phone will move the drone. Ace mode allows for more complex aerobatics such as steep turns. See More
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