Sony finally gave us a clear look at the Airpeak, its new drone aimed at professional photographers and videographers. During a CES 2021 press conference, CEO Kenichiro Yoshida unveiled the company's new quadcopter. The new product also includes new mirrors, a dramatic 3D layout designed to improve the user experience.

According to a product info sheet, the Airpeak is a "specifyable ultralight quadcopter with a reversible single/dual-rotor design, adjustable stabilization, an automatic BMS [base mapping system] and a manual backlit display panel... Panoramic video is supported."

The new Airpeak adopts the frame of features previously seen in Project Olympus, the camera called DJI's Multirotor HD Custom Controller. Panasonic has reportedly announced compatibility with the project, and Sony says it will offer compatible accessories. The AIW edition of the Airsphere will weigh 1.3 lbs and have 50 minutes of flying time. Sony says the total flight time is 1 hour and 35 minutes, but will reportedly be split in half if the drone encounters obstructions.

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Sony's new Airpocal drone (left) features the same 3D Robotics scenes as the GoMentum Infinite autonomous IP camera from known performer Vince Lombardi (right).

While this new Airwave drone may not represent the final version of the product, we will likely see more products based on the project and predictable manufactured it could possibly announce. Sony's digital imaging division accounts for about 60% of its bottom line at the moment, and after receiving third-quarter guidance of 13% revenue growth and 11% with net profit growth, the Airsphere could lead to bright revenue gains.

However, we should remember that Sony doesn't rely on software alone, and the product announced today will guide the directional decisions of the division's engineers. The company is third-party Bivio Imaging custodian now, and not producing any particularly big scale products yet.

Still, Sony has clearly made progress in the game of designing camera lenses for small-sized drones, and we're hungry for more features. From the dull look of shots you can get in your phone, right up to the Instagram-worthy filters and filters themselves is more appealing. And if they shrink a little bit, they can actually launch ads!

Correction: the original version of this article stated it was the first time Sony would offer a stereo picture-in-picture drone. Apparently, that's not true and an Airsphere drone will be coming soon.

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