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AirDog Drone Will Follow You, Filming Your Epic Moves From Above

One of the coolest new drone technologies is set to break free from its crowdsourced Kickstarter funding this November, and it promises to not only change how you film action sports . . . but how you might create your own amateur videos. The drone flies with a GoPro camera attached and, through a communicating wrist band, follows you from above while you ride your motorcycle, ski, or even shoot hoops in the driveway. It can follow you at 40 mph or even just circle your backyard, filming from above.

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