Capture Great Shots In 4K With This Dual HD Drone
Shoot amazing footage from the air with this easy-to-use and easy-to-pack folding drone
Drones have become so commonplace, we’re even using them to make QR codes. If you’re interested in taking to the skies with your own robot, but aren’t sure where to start, this Black Drone with Dual HD 4K Camera not only is easy to fly, it’s on sale for under $80.
Flying With Ease
If you’re intimidated by drones, this one is built to get you comfortable with taking to the air. It launches with one touch of a button on the included remote, and can also return with a button press. Everything you need — including the remote, spare propellers, and prop protectors — is included. You even get a screwdriver right out of the box.
It also has a headless mode and GPS, as well as altitude holding commands. With those, once you get in the air, you can stay there until you’re done. It even folds for easy storage and to take with you, with a battery pack that charges via USB.
Filming Great Shots
It’s also easy to get great footage from the drone. The front-mounted 4K camera has a 3-axis gimbal to keep shots stable, and electronic image stabilization (EIS) to ensure a smooth shot. The second camera is mounted on the belly and points straight down, letting you capture the layout of any site perfectly. With a range of 1,200 meters, you’ll be able to weave between obstacles and create great shots.
Shooting is easy to control with the drone’s app, which is downloaded with a simple QR code, and lets you see what it’s seeing so you can practice your shot. With just a little work, you’ll be filming amazing aerial images.
Get the Black Drone with Dual HD 4K Camera for $74.95 (reg. $89).
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