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Gladius Mini Underwater Drone

Gladius Mini Underwater Drone

Flori Georgescu - Tuesday, April 23, 2019


The GLADIUS is a smart underwater drone built for filming, observing and exploring. It is a portable and user friendly device that is able to dive up to a depth of 100 meters, allowing you to capture Ultra HD 1080P/4K quality photo and video directly to internal storage or live stream your dive in real-time.


Gladius Mini is a portable underwater drone that can dive down to 50m. It incorporates a 4k UHD camera and 1,200 lumens LED lights, enabling it to capture clear, high quality footage and images in even deep water.

The Gladius Mini is not only beautifully designed, but also lightweight and easy to use. It fits in a backpack, and comes with a simple wireless controller, so the user can control the drone with fewer actions to navigate up and down, dive to a fixed depth, and move the drone forwards and backwards. The pitching angle can be adjusted by ±45° and motion is controlled through a tilt-lock mode. This means users can easily navigate obstacles underwater or track creatures to capture unique shots and footage.

Livestreaming and easy sharing on Facebook, Instagram or YouTube can take place with the tap of a button. And the Gladius Mini also includes an extensive TF storage card of 64GB. Footage can also be used for immersive 360 degree VR experiences. The drone supports both manual and auto adjustment of ISO, WhiteBalance, and color tone to ensure both new users and experienced pros can capture images that are high quality.

The Gladius Mini is easy and enjoyable to navigate underwater, and can capture high quality footage that is easily shared – ideal for our target audience of sea-loving families, people who love to explore with new tech, and those who just love to share great content on social.



  • 4K UHD Camera
  • Dive down to 50m
  • Live Stream capabilities
  • Capable of running up to 2 hours
  • Fully Portable
  • Can use with VR headset
  • Responsive and accurate navigation in all directions




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