Raymond Wong called it a perfect device for beginners:
The 14-megapixel camera has a 180-degree fisheye lens to capture a really wide field of view (think GoPro-like footage) digital stabilization for smoothed out footage.
According to the product page, it’s compact and lightweight. Wong even says that you can throw it into a backpack without worry.
Control it with a smartphone or controller and shoot 1080p video and pictures. You can fly continuously for up to 25 minutes, which is on the longer side for consumer drones, and the digital stabilization system makes sure that your footage is smooth.
Included with the deal is a controller and FPV goggles.
It normally costs $699.99, but you can get it now for 43% off and pay just $399.99.