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The world’s smallest camera drone is half off right now

The SKEYE Nano 2 Camera Drone offers real-time, first person aerial video capabilities in the palm of your hand.

Camera drones make it easy to take unique, captivating aerial photos of your adventures, but most of them are bulky, expensive, and have a steep learning curve for learning to fly. The SKEYE Nano 2 Camera Drone is a tiny, easy to use quadcopter equipped with a WiFi controlled HD camera that you can control right from your smartphone or tablet. It retails for $59, but right now you can pick one up for just $29.

The palm-sized SKEYE Nano 2 comes with ready-to-fly technology, adjustable gyro sensitivity and 6-axis flight control system so beginners or more advanced pilots can enjoy it right out of the box. It's capable of acrobatic flips and stunts, and you can fly it at night thanks to built-in LED lights. Its small size lets you fly it into tight spaces and get unique birds-eye view you wouldn't be able to achieve with your smartphone or DSLR. Since it's WiFi connected, you can even stream video to and control the drone right from your smart device.

The SKEYE Nano 2 comes with 4 replacement rotor blades and a 2GB micro SD card to store your footage, so all you'll need is 2 AAA batteries for the controller to get started. Grab one today for just $29, saving 50 percent off its usual price.

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