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Capture stunning HD photos and videos in real time with the 360˚ GPS Sentinel Video Drone.
Stream a live feed of stunning visuals straight to your smart device (not included). The drone’s 360˚ camera captures incredible HD views of the world below as it flies. Use the intuitive Follow Me mode to keep yourself in the frame, leaving your hands free for action shots.
The 360˚ GPS Sentinel Video Drone is equipped with GPS navigation, allowing you to track your drone. Flight assist features include headless mode and one-touch take-off and landing, making this an accessible drone for less experienced fliers. In headless mode, the side of the drone facing forwards will automatically act as the front of the drone, simplifying the controls.
Take to the air, turn and reverse using the full function controls. Users can control the drone from a range of up to 300 metres, soaring for up to 11 minutes at a time. The second battery pack offers longer use, allowing you to swap the used battery out for the fully charged pack.
Flying drones requires a certain level of skill. Practise flying the 360˚ GPS Sentinel Video Drone in an obstacle free area and be prepared for the inevitable bump and crash as you learn to fly. Not suitable for younger children.
From the 30 November 2019, for all drones over 250g, you must first pass the drone's test and register with the CAA before you can fly. The test is online and free, but will need to be retaken every 3 years. This can be taken at https://register-drones.caa.co.uk/. If you are responsible for a drone, you'll also need to and must be aged 18 years+. There will be an annual fee of £9, which will be confirmed before the regulations come into force. All drones will need to be labelled with the operator's ID number.