PowerEgg X Autonomous AI Camera, Handheld Gimbal Camera, High Performance Drone All-in-one!

PowerVision’s PowerEgg X is a multi-function device that can be used as an autonomous personal AI camera, a handheld 3-axis AI camera, or a high-performance drone.

• In the autonomous personal AI camera mode, the AI algorithm and robotics technology capabilities enable the PowerEgg X to perform facial recognition, deep learning, and a tracking field of view up to 170°.

• When switched into the handheld mode, the PowerEgg X captures your life moments using its three-axis mechanical-stability augmentation gimbal and Autonomous Personal AI camera. It has a battery life of 3.5 hours and produces 4K/60fps UHD images.

• The PowerEgg X is also a high-performance drone equipped with a 4K/60fps camera and tri-axial mechanical stability augmentation technologies. It can be used for highly dynamic aerial photography. Besides, PowerVision’s patented SyncVoice technology allows users to narrate in real-time by using their mobile phone’s microphone or a wireless earphone. The narration is then automatically synchronized with pictures, effectively ending silent-aerial photography.

• The Wizard package comes with waterproof accessories (waterproof case and landing float) that enable it to take off from and land on water. It can also perform in heavy rain and other scenarios, such as aquatic events and at-sea rescue operations.

14 Replies to “PowerEgg X Autonomous AI Camera, Handheld Gimbal Camera, High Performance Drone All-in-one!”

  1. John Bannister

    I have seen this video several times now and I can't decide whether it's bad editing and production or just poor video quality from the camera. But The first 20 secs of this video are terrible, out of focus, and overexposed. The rest (especially the action) seems jittery and at times, horribly pixelated. Its spec is insane compared to the competition, but I have yet to see a video from this drone that is any better than much cheaper models. I'll keep watching its development as I had high hopes and money set aside, but at this stage, it's a nope for me.

  2. Dejay Rezme

    If you pause at some moments in the video, especially after scene changes, the video quality is atrocious. Like 320×200 resolution.
    But it's apparently not the drones fault, the uploaded video is using "avc1" codec instead of vp9. From what I've read they need to upscale to 4k to force youtube to use a better codec.

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