Mini Drones may be kind of fascinating to some of us, but the things are notoriously difficult to keep hovering in one place, plus they're not known for shooting great video. Chinese startup Ruiven claims to be out to change that, however, with its new Kudrone. The tiny quadcopter shoots at a maximum resolution of 4K, it can pivot 360 degrees to shoot panoramic stills, plus it's equipped with GPS.
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