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Humla Forestry Drone is a nature lover’s best friend

Originally designed for the task of forest planning, the Humla Forestry Drone is perfect for nature lovers. Forest planning is typically an incredibly difficult job, one that requires forest managers to cover huge amounts of ground. But, designers Anders Sandström & Engin Güzel figured out a workaround. Their drone, which straps to your chest, can cover miles and take pictures while the forest manager sits back and relaxes. With three strategically placed cameras, the drone is designed to capture everything it flies over. On top of this, its charging port is located on the chest carrier, so it charges every time it lands. With hub-less propellers and nimble design, this drone looks like a great choice for nature photographers and land surveyors alike.

Humla Forestry Drone is a nature lover’s best friend
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you have to go on a quest to actually find where to buy this. nice design, poor website.

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