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Until May 31, these two wide-angle dual camera drones cost the same as one

When you have two amazing drones with all the best features, you can charge one while shooting stunning footage with the other.
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Getting a brand new fully-featured drone is pretty exciting, but getting two new 4K wide-angle dual-camera drones for the price of one is even better. And until May 31, that's exactly what you get with the Alpha Z PRO 4K + Flying Fox 4K Wide Angle Dual Camera Drones Bundle during our Memorial Day sale. You don't even need a coupon code.

In addition to 4K front cameras and 720p bottom cameras, both of the drones have all of your favorite features. You can fly them without needing to adjust the position with headless mode, and they'll find their way back with a one-key return. Attitude hold will keep them stable as they hover, which makes it a lot easier to get stunning high-def video footage and beautiful still photos from up high.

Naturally, there is a remote control, Wi-Fi connectivity, and a number of other features. There is a 4-channel mode on both drones that allows them to go up and down, forward and backwards, sideways in both directions, and even into a 360 roll.

Of course, the drones differ in a few ways. The Flying Fox has gesture control and two-finger photography so that you can take photos and record videos with just hand gestures. You can also control both of them within 260 to 300 ft, but you get an extra 20 feet with the Flying Fox plus slightly more wide-angle capability, folding arms, and three flight speeds.

The Alpha Z Pro still has a lot to love, though. As TheNextWeb.com points out:

"With sturdy construction, a host of cool flying features and a gorgeous 4K camera, the Ninja Dragon Alpha Z is a stellar addition to any drone fleet."

Now you can have double the drone fun and footage, charging one as you fly the other. And with so many affordable external drives and cloud storage options available, you don't even have to worry about file sizes; you can keep every stunning shot you make.

Get the Alpha Z PRO 4K + Flying Fox 4K Wide Angle Dual Camera Drones Bundle before May 31 so you can take advantage of the price drop during our Memorial Day Sale and get both drones for only $159.99 instead of their usual retail price of $398.

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