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Want a folding dual-camera drone? This one just dropped to $85

This user-friendly camera drone has two 4K HD cameras, takes off and lands with a single button, and has an obstacle avoidance system to keep it from crashing into things.
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Heading into the holiday season, time seems to fly by; you'll be making New Year's resolutions before you know it. But why wait to make dramatic changes in your life when it's so easy and inexpensive to do so at any time? For instance, if you've been a little envious of all those digital nomad stories, there's no reason you can't become one yourself. Teach yourself new skills to find freelance work, buy an inexpensive laptop to work on the go, and you're part of the way there.

But if you plan to travel as you work, you might want to pick up some camera gear to document your journey. The Ninja Dragon Blade X PRO offers two cameras, one 4K and another HD, to provide a steady shooting experience, and it's on sale for $85.99. This dual-camera drone is built for beginners like kids and teens, so you may barely even need to read the instruction manual!

Also: The best drones: Which flying camera is right for you?

Just press a single button, and the Blade X PRO will take off and stay in the air. It features a remote control that allows you to operate the drone from up to 490 feet away; you just need to connect the controller to your mobile phone. You can also press a single button to hail the drone back to you and land.

Using the mobile app, you can draw a flight path that the Blade X PRO will follow. The quadcopter has a three-sided intelligent obstacle avoidance system, which scans for and avoids objects like walls and trees, so you shouldn't have to worry about crashes. 

Finally, the Blade X PRO offers up to 15 minutes of flight time off a single charge, and it only takes 60 minutes to top off the battery. The drone is barely three-by-five inches when folded, and it comes with a convenient carry case, tools, and four spare blades in case one gets lost or damaged.

Get the Ninja Dragon Blade X PRO today while it's on sale for just $85.99, a discount of 49% off the original $169 sticker price.

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