Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable's commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. Drone flying is all the rage these days, so jump on the hype train with this 1080p camera drone on Amazon today. This drone already comes equipped with a detachable 1080p action camera so you can take some awesome trick shots. You can also attach a GoPro Hero camera to it if those cameras are more your speed.
Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. A camera drone you won't feel bad about crashing? Amazon has it on sale today for less than $30. This beginner-friendly drone uses auto-hovering that automatically stabilizes the drone mid-air and features one-button touch controls for takeoff and landing. The integrated app lets you get a first-person view of your drone's flight with your smartphone so you can take in all your surroundings from the comfort of solid ground.
As the video shows, while the Follow Me mode is not perfect, it is very impressive. How long before everyone has a drone following them around, recording everything they do, in rock steady 4K video? At 700, this drone is still out of the price range of the casual consumer but we are already seeing these high end features make their way onto lower cost drones.
Don't bring a drone with you to document your trip to Sweden -- you could find yourself in legal trouble. The country's Supreme Administrative Court has effectively banned camera drone flights through a ruling. Camera-equipped drones are surveillance cameras, the court argues, and that means they need a permit indicating that they'll be used to prevent crime or accidents. And since you probably aren't flying a drone to keep watch over your home, you're likely out of luck. It won't shock you to hear that local drone owners are upset.