Snap launched the flying camera Pixy

According to reports, Snap, the parent company of Snapchat’s “flash after reading” communication app, announced the launch of a flying camera called Pixy.

Pixy is a portable device with no controller. The user presses the button Pixy to enter the flight state, and there are four preset flight routes to choose from. The camera can float in the air, fly along an orbit or track the user to shoot, and then land in the user's palm after shooting.

According to Snap's vision, Pixy is equivalent to Snapchat's companion product. Videos and photos taken by Pixy are automatically uploaded to users' Snapchat Memories, where users can edit video photos and share them on other platforms. Pixy can store up to 100 videos or 1000 photos.

On Thursday, local time, Pixy began to sell in the United States and France, priced at $229.99 (about 1511.03 yuan). Users can add an extra battery to the Pixy for $19.99 and a dual-battery charger for $49.99. If the default flight mode is selected, a fully charged battery can fly the Pixy 5-8 times.

Snapchat currently has 600 million monthly active users and over 300 million daily active users.

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