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Save $30 on this camera drone made for selfies

Get stunning high-definition videos, as well as close-ups and wide angle shots of yourself and your surroundings hands-free.
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Would you like to scale up your social media presence with some spectacular imagery? Or maybe you're taking advantage of all the cheap airfares available and want to record all the best memories of your trips. In either case, you'll be happy to hear that it's never been easier or more fun to film and photograph yourself than with a drone made specifically for shooting selfies.

The AIR NEO Selfie Camera Drone from AirSelfie lets you take the most stunning, high-definition videos and photos completely hands-free from the air. It uses AI to track your motion so it can get a perfect shot and, best of all, it lets you post it instantly to your social media accounts using the AIR NEO app.

The AIR NEO has three flawless auto-fly modes that allow you to just toss it into the air, let it perform then fly back to you with no controller or smartphone required. Make sure you get everyone or everything in the frame with WIDE mode, which takes two wide-angle photos from five feet away. In ZOOM mode, it will frame you expertly with AI technology from 2.5 feet away and take two close-up photos.

Feel like shooting your favorite dance moves or athletic stunts? Just set the AIR NEO to VIDEO mode and it will fly 2.5 feet away to shoot 15 seconds of HD video. Plus, with the robust companion app, you can pilot the drone manually or use two additional auto-fly modes by pressing a single button.

ORBIT mode sends the AIR NEO 7.5 feet away to shoot high-definition video while doing a complete circle around you. While the 360º mode will go up 7.5 feet to rotate 360° as it shoots HD video of everything around you.

The AIR NEO Selfie Camera Drone is tinier than an iPhone and weighs about the same as a golf ball, so you can take it anywhere. But it can take stunning 12MP photos and 1080P/30 FPS HD aerial videos and has 16GB memory.

Start taking stunning HD aerial photos and videos with just a single click, get the AIR NEO Selfie Camera Drone until July 14 during our Deals Day sale while it's only $129.99, a full $30 off the usual $159.95 sticker price.

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