Working from the top down, Sprite stands out not just because of its cylindrical body, but because of the two contra-rotating rotors on top. The rotors fold flat to the sides for transport. The body is waterproof, and pointed at the ground during flight is a small camera that can take pictures or record video. The creators promise 10 minutes of endurance for Sprite and a top speed of about 22 mph, so the drone can, in theory, cover a lot of ground in a very short time. The default method for flying Sprite is plotting a route via an app and then letting the autopilot take over, but there are options for directly controlling the drone as well.