The Hover Camera Lets You Take Selfies Without A Selfie Stick

Have you ever wanted to take a selfie but just didn’t want to use a selfie stick or just have plain disdain for it? Well, the folks at Zero Zero Robotics might have the solution for you.

Introducing, the Hover Camera.

The Hover Camera is still currently in beta but is expected to hit mainstream at the end of the year. Zero Zero Robotics have said that the Hover Camera will be priced below $600 which should make it quite affordable for not only tech enthusiast but also content creators.

You can head to their official website here to sign up for the beta and stay up to date with the Hover Camera’s development.

Source: Hover Camera

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