Yuneec Breeze 4k Selfie Drone Review and Giveaway

MakeUseOf | 4/1/2017 | Joe Coburn
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The Breeze 4k is the newest drone by Hong Kong manufacturers Yuneec. As the name suggests, this is a 4k capable drone targeted at the sophisticated selfie markets — as opposed to the Typhoon range designed for a more experienced user.

At 200mm (8 inches) across, the Breeze is tiny – but at a cost of $500, it’s not exactly an entry level drone. Read on to find out what we thought of the device, and enter our mega giveaway, where you can win a Yuneec Breeze 4k, along with an extra battery and flight case!

Drone - Price - Breeze - Plethora - Features

As is to be expected from a drone of this price, the Breeze has a plethora of features. A 13 megapixel camera sits alongside 16GB of onboard storage. The camera can shoot video in Ultra High Definition 4k, or in full HD 1080p. Should you choose to film in 1080p, the Breeze can electronically stabilize the footage, in an attempt to reduce the shakes present without stabilization. If you’re not sure what drones can be useful for, here’s 4 ways drones can benefit your life.

A Compass and GPS are included, for precise positioning, along with an Indoor Positioning System (IPS), for flying indoors. You’ll want to use the included prop guards for household flying however, as despite their size, the props can still cause some damage.

Propellers - Breeze - Set - Set - Drone

Speaking of propellers, the Breeze comes with a spare set, along with the set already on the drone. These props are a neat double folding design. This means they take up 50% less space, and are presumably less likely to break should they collide with any object or person; just don’t try it out!

No controller is included, this drone is controlled through the Breeze app from your mobile phone. You’ll need a fairly new device however, as the app communicates with...
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