PowerEgg X is an AI camera that turns into a drone

PowerVision PowerEgg X

This year at CES, PowerVision showed off its latest product the PowerEgg X, a stationary camera, a camcorder, and a drone all in one. The PowerVision PowerEgg X is a waterproof camera with a flight time of 30 minutes, 4K 60 fps video, flies in winds up to 38 kph, and can take off on water.

PowerEgg X is an AI camera that turns into a drone

PowerEgg X combines the three main ways many people shoot in one product. The camera has a 1/2.8″ sensor capable of 12MP photos and 4K 60 fps video at 75 Mbps.

The PowerVision PowerEgg X can be used as a handheld camera thanks to the removable arms, which also increases the battery life to three and a half hours. It also has face detection allowing it to automatically track a person keeping them in view of the camera. The PowerEgg X allows you to dub your voice over the footage using the mobile app and has gesture controls.

During CES, PowerVision had the PowerEgg X in drone mode flying in a waterfall, this is only able to be achieved by purchasing the Wizard version of the drone, which comes with a waterproof shell for the drone and pads for the feet that allow it to land and take off on water. While flying, PowerEgg X has a flight time of 30 minutes, the ability to track subjects, and built-in quick shots such as Dronie, Helix, Rocket Circle, and Ellipse.

You can order the PowerEgg X now for $899 which will get you the camera, drone arms, one battery, remote, extra propellers, camera strap, and a camera bag. If you are looking to get the waterproof housing, two batteries, even more propellers, and the water landing pads, that will set you back $1,249.

Does the PowerVison PowerEgg X look appealing to you? Let us know in the comments below.

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