With a dual-camera drone like this, your aerial shots will never be the same – Boing Boing

Whether it’s a website, promotional content, or your personal social media account, photos and videos just aren’t what they used to be — and if you’ve ever employed a handy “pretty” filter on a selfie, you know exactly what that means. Professionals and aspiring photographers alike need to up their game to get their content noticed, and aerial photography is a great way to take things to the next level. 
If you’re in the market for a new drone, don’t waste your time searching — this Ninja Dragon model has everything you need to take some seriously memorable shots. From its 4K and HD dual cameras to its multiple speed modes, the Ninja Dragon drone gives you complete control as you film, giving you cutting-edge footage you can really be proud of. 
In addition to the Ninja Dragon’s dual cameras, which reveal every shadow and highlight, it also features an altitude hold mode, giving the gadget a stable hover for accurate shots. It even boasts gesture control that lets you take a photo or record with nothing more than hand movements. And, of course, the drone can go in just about any direction you want it to, even a rolling 360 degrees, all thanks to its four-channel mode. 
Even if you’re new to aerial photography, the Ninja Dragon drone puts advanced features at your fingertips that are easy to control. That’s why it boasts a one-key automatic return, a headless mode that lets you adjust the position of the gadget before flying, and a follow function that keeps the aircraft and the current location of the controller linked. 
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