SKYDIO 2+ MAKES IT EASIER TO GET SLICK AERIAL SHOTS
Photography week|January 13, 2022
New Keyframe feature promises smoother results for non-pro fliers

Skydio has announced the Skydio 2+ drone, which brings some relatively minor hardware upgrades over its predecessor, but one big software feature that could be a big deal for less-experienced pilots.

One of the toughest things for amateur drone fliers to master is making seamless aerial camera moves around points of interest. But Skydio's new Keyframe feature promises to make this much easier than current solutions like waypoints or subject-tracking.

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