Meet the World's Smallest Camera Drone

This four-centimeter drone features an HD camera that streams footage directly to your smartphone, which can also be used as its in-flight controller.

With the personal drone revolution finally upon us, both amateur and seasoned pilots alike are scrambling to find drones of all shapes and sizes. From behemoth drones that carry multiple cameras from supreme reconnaissance to “trick” drones that can pull off an impressive number of in-air flips and twists, there are hundreds of these flying friends to choose from.

But if you’re in the market for a microdrone that delivers unparalleled agility and truly dynamic recording capabilities, look no further. The SKEYE Nano 2 Camera Drone is the smallest camera drone in the world, and it’s available for 50% off at $29.

Unlike most well-known “micro” drones that can still be rather unwieldy (especially for first-time pilots), the SKEYE Nano 2 is truly as small as it gets.

But don’t let its tiny size fool you. Weighing only 17 grams, this four-centimeter drone is outfitted with a powerful, HD camera that records incredible, real-time footage of even the tightest and most hard-to-reach places directly to your smartphone.

Thanks to adjustable gyro sensitivity and a 6-axis flight control system, you won’t have to worry about your shots being blurry or losing control of the drone during a flight, and you can even opt to use your smartphone to pilot the drone as opposed to the included controller.

Auto take-off, land, and hover modes—along with a slew of other built-in functions—make it easy for even the most inexperienced pilots to fly the SKEYE Nano 2 with no training, and you’ll be able to impress your friends by executing a wide range of acrobatic flips in the air (even while you’re recording).


You’ll even be able to enjoy nighttime flights into uncharted territories thanks to a series of built-in LEDs.

Land (and fly) the world’s smallest and most agile drone with the SKEYE Nano 2 Camera Drone for just $29—50% off its usual price.

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