Droni: Garuda Aerospace Introduces Personal Drone Inspired by MS. Dhoni, Priced at Rs 85,000

Garuda Aerospace, a company that has earned its name on the Indian drone industry, recently announced its latest product Droni. Through Droni, the company has made its entry into the cinematography and photography drone market

We will tell you that it is named in honor of Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Users can buy it on Amazon. The manufacturer of unmanned aerial vehicles Garuda Aerospace has launched a drone for those who love photography at an initial price of Rs 85,000, which is for private use. 

In its press release, the company said that the drone’s weight is around 249 grams and that it can fly for up to 60 minutes once fully charged.

Droni Garuda Aerospace Introduces Personal Drone Inspired by MS. Dhoni

The foldable, mobile Droney is named for the legendary cricketer and brand ambassador Mahendra Singh Dhoni.

The personal-use drone has a high-end 48MP camera, and the company is aiming to meet the popular trend of using aerial images in cinematography and photography. The company claims that the “Droni” is the first product from the company that is in this market.

Game changer for aerial photography

Agnishwar Jayaprakash who is the founder-CEO of Garuda Aerospace, said that the drone was made to provide convenience and superior quality.

This product will be a game changer for aerial photography and videography industry and we’re sure that it will enable users to push the artistic limits.

The press release also mentioned that Droni is now available on the e-commerce site Amazon for a start price at Rs. 78.999.

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