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If you’re looking for a new outdoor hobby, you might want to consider flying quadcopters. But if you’re going to start a new activity, your first purchase should be an affordable one. , so you can try your hand at drone operation at a low cost.
The is growing, with in the US as of 2017. This bundle allows you to join these hobbyists for the price of one drone. The kit comes with a Ninja Dragon Alpha Z Pro weighing under 100 grams, so it doesn’t require unless you plan on using it commercially.
The Alpha Z Pro can capture 4K footage using the front wide-angle camera or 720p video with the downward-facing sensor. If you want a first-person aerial view, simply connect to the Alpha Z Pro via the companion app. The drone offers four control channels: ascent and descent, forward and backward, left and right and a 360-degree roll. You can also hold the flyer’s altitude for stable shots.
The bundle also comes with the Flying Fox, another 4K camera drone offering similar features. Both devices provide around 300 feet of control distance, 70-minute charging time, a six-axis gyroscope for a smooth flight and a one-key return that automatically hails the flyers back to users. According to Ninja Dragon, they also contain 3.7V lithium polymer batteries, which offer up to nine minutes of flight.
This Ninja Dragon bundle lets you take to the skies with two drones for the price of one. , down from $398.
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