Video of the week #2: First-hand user experience of Staaker with Erik Olsson Jan 26, 2018 Posted by: Jannik F. Kokkvoll follow drone, staaker review Before purchasing the Staaker I had spent the best part of 3 years looking for a drone that "ticked all the boxes" for me. I was an early investor in Lily, but pulled out of that before things went south. For some time I was looking into the Airdog as well. I knew the Staaker was pretty much perfect for my use, but price point and the fact that reviews/media buzz was minimal, I wasn't sure if you guys could deliver what you said. How wrong was I? After seeing the first user-produced videos after u released the drone, I was hooked. The Staaker combines what I was looking for: Autonomy, portability, ease of use and weather resistance. And of course, class leading autonomous videos right out of the box, no fuzz or hassle! It's definitely an issue of trust in the beginning, flying the drone. It took a few flights before I dared take my eyes off it (resulting in some serious crashes on the bike), but after a while I realized the drone is likely less prone to crashing then the subject it's filming. I read the manual once, started flying after that and it's always felt super intuitive since. So no, it's not difficult at all to start flying.