Aquabotman Nemo is a drone designed for land and water. With a max speed of 2 m/s, this drone can fly at a range of 0.1 km and stay in the air for 180 minutes. The FPV mode allows you to see what the drone sees as it flies, and with Obstacle Avoidance, Aquabotman Nemo will be able to avoid objects that are in its way. This product also has a 4K video resolution and 16 MP camera resolution so you can capture everything in high quality detail.
The Aquarobotman Nemo is a Underwater drone that was released by Aquarobotman in 2018.
An underwater drone is exactly that. A drone that is able to go underwater. There aren't anywhere near as many of these underwater drones like the Aquarobotman Nemo, due to the significantly lower market for them, however, these drones are very good at doing what they were built for.
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The Aquarobotman Nemo sits on the slower side of drones, with a max speed sitting around 2 m/s. This might not be a bad thing though, so it really depends on why you're looking at buying the drone. If you're happy with a slightly slower drone then this one could be what you're after.
With a range that falls under the 1km mark at 0.1 km, it's definitely on the lower side of drones. This will be plenty for an occasional, line of sight flight drone, particularly with toys, but if you're looking to fly something with a little more range than this drone definitely isn't for you.
A maximum flight time of 180 min offers the Aquarobotman Nemo an extremely long usage time when compared with other drones. Whether you're looking at getting significant usage out of it each flight, or just looking for a drone that lasts longer between charges, this could be the drone for you.
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Dimensions of the Aquarobotman Nemo come in at 404 × 114 × 290 mm.
With a total weight of only 3.6 kg, the drone comes in on the lighter side of drones. Perfect to carry around with you, or throw into a travel bag.
|404 × 114 × 290 mm|
Camera Resolution - Photo
Live Video Resolution
Live Video Feed?
Altitude Hold Mode?