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Periscope users can start broadcasting from DJI drones

You can switch between the drone's camera and your phone's anytime.
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You can start streaming videos taken by compatible DJI drones on Periscope. The video streaming team introduced the feature a few days ago, and it's now out on iTunes as part of the app's latest update. You can switch between the drone's camera and your iPhone's anytime, so you can narrate while broadcasting and feature different sights. The latest upgrade also comes with a new Search button that's much easier to use than the app's map interface when looking for videos on specific topics. Now if what you've truly been waiting for is the ability to save your broadcasts forever, which Periscope announced at the same time, don't worry. While it's not officially available yet, you can test it out anytime without even having to update your application.

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