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  • <a href="/emisiones/los-superh-roes-consentidos-de-disney-pixar-regresan-la-pantalla-grande-incredibles-2">Los superhéroes consentidos de Disney-Pixar regresan a la pantalla grande, “The Incredibles 2”</a>

    Este fin de semana llega a la cartelera nacional la secuela de “The Incredibles” (2004), historia que centrará la acción en el personaje de Helen Parr / Elastigir, mientras que Bob Parr / Mr. Increíble, tendrá que enfocar su labor en el cuidado de sus hijos.

    Gastón Fentanez nos habla un poco más sobre la nueva cinta anima de Pixar y Disney, “The Incredibles 2” (2018).




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  • Las hoces del Cabriel

    Las hoces del Cabriel

    Un viaje de meandros desde los Cuchillos hasta el Júcar

    Las hoces del Cabriel

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  • Parrot Launches Anafi Drone, Draws Comparison’s with DJI’s Mavic Air

    Parrot Launches Anafi Drone, Draws Comparison’s with DJI’s Mavic Air

    Today Parrot announced the launch of the Anafi, a portable drone that seems designed to take on DJI’s Mavic Air.

    The Anafi is foldable, like the Mavic, and super lightweight. It’s only .7 pounds (or 320 grams)—compare that to Parrot’s Bebop, which weighs 1.1 pounds (or 500 grams)—and Parrot claims it can be unfolded in under three seconds, and in the air shortly after.


    Parrot’s new drone has all the features you’d expect to find on a selfie drone, which means it can follow you around and take your photo using gestures and body recognition technology.

    Parrot Anafi drone

    It comes with a camera that boasts 4K HD video at 100Mbps, 21-megapixels, and 2.8X lossless zoom. Also, according to Parrot, the Anafi’s camera is the first ever that tilts vertically at an angle of 180°. can’t be loaded: Parrot ANAFI – The flying 4K HDR camera- Official video (
    Full Camera Specs for the Anafi

    1/2.4-inch 21-megapixel sensor
    f2.4 23mm lens (26mm for video)
    ISO 100 to 3200
    1 to 1/10,000 shutter speed (electronic)
    4K Cinema (4,096×2,160) at 24fps; 4K UHD (3,840×2,160) at 24/25/30fps; FHD (1,920×1,080) 24/25/30/48/50/60fps
    100Mbps max bit rate
    Raw (DNG) and P-Log post-production formats

    The Anafi has a respectable—but not mind blowing—25 minute battery life, can go up to 32 mph, and Parrot is touting it as “ultra quiet” (one of the key features of the Mavic Pro Platinum was that it was “60% quieter than the Mavic Pro”).

    Users flying the Anafi with Parrot’s new app, the FreeFlight 6, can adjust video modes and choose between taking a 21- or 12-megapixel photo.


    The Anafi also supports slo-mo, hyper-lapse shooting (which will speed footage up to 240 times), and a high frame rate where users can choose to film up to 60 fps.

    In a head-to-head comparison with the Mavic Air, one stand out fact is the Anafi’s pricetag. Parrot is selling the Anafi for $699, while the Mavic Air currently retails for $799.

    The Anafi is on sale for pre-order right now, and is expected to be in stock at Parrot starting July 2.

    Here’s what you get with your order:

    1 ANAFI drone
    1 Parrot Skycontroller 3
    1 Carry case
    16 GB Micro-SD card
    1 USB-A to USB-C cable
    8 Additional propeller blades
    1 Mounting tool



    Want to pre-order the Anafi? You can do that right here.


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