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fingers to take photosAs more people shoot pictures and videos from consumer drones, researchers in Singapore have found a way round the frustrating task of framing and taking photos while manually piloting the craft. More than 2.8 million consumer drones are expected to be sold this year, up from 2 million last year, research firm Gartner says. The user tells the drone to take photographs from different angles of the subject, such as a statue.Then the drone finds the best position to take the commissioned photo. For $700, the Mota Group offers the Lily Next-Gen camera drone that flies itself and hovers above the user, taking photos and video.
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