Snap scenic shots and selfies from the sky with this dual camera drone on sale for under $85 – Mashable

TL;DR: Get the perfect shot with the Ninja Dragon Flying Fox 4K Dual Camera Drone, on sale for just $84.15 — a 57% discount — as of Sept. 30.
The new iPhone 13 camera may take insanely clear photos, but it can’t capture a scenic selfie from the sky at the touch of a button. To do that, you’re going to need a drone. And for a limited time, you can snag the Ninja Dragon Flying Fox 4K Dual Camera Drone on sale for a steal.
The Flying Fox Dual Camera Drone is equipped with a powerful wide-angle 4K camera on the front, with a 720p camera on the bottom. That means you can snap both gorgeous landscape shots and selfies from the sky at the touch of a button, and watch the flight happen in real-time. And don’t worry, the images won’t be shaky or blurry like you might imagine. Just activate the altitude hold mode and the six-axis gyro will ensure a stable hovering fly. The front camera has a 45-degree adjustment level and 110-degree wide-angle, so you can always capture exactly what you’re aiming for. And you can expect the details to be quite mesmerizing, with better highlights and shadows than that of 1080p.
See it in action:
This drone is incredibly user-friendly, with multiple modes to choose from — including ascend, descend, forward, backward, left side fly, right side fly, and rolling 360. There’s also a one-key automatic return that enables it to find its way back automatically, no matter how far off you’ve ventured. Once you’re feeling comfortable as a pilot and photographer, you can even enable gesture control, where you can snap photos or record videos by doing a simple hand gesture. When you’re finished up flying, just fold up the arms to store it until next time.
Regularly, the Flying Fox 4K Dual Camera Drone is $199, but it’s on sale for just $99 — a total of 50% off. Plus, for a limited time, you can use the code VIP15 at checkout to slash an extra 15% off, knocking the price down to only $84.15.
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