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Now Under $100: This Carbon-Fiber Camera Drone Can Fly for 25 Minutes

posted by Mark Myerson - 10.21.21

Whether you enjoy watching futuristic gadgetry soaring in the skies above to capturing landscape footage that’s otherwise out of reach for mere humans, it’s easy to see why drones are so popular these days. And until recently, drone enthusiasts had to pay top-dollar to get their hands on a quality flyer. But if you think you still need to spend four figures to get a decent drone, think again. 

Black YLR/C S32T HD 4K Drone lets you capture incredible views with beginner-friendly controls — and it’s now only $99.95 for Hannity viewers. That is 75% off MSRP for a limited time!

From your kid’s football game to climbing in the mountains, there are occasions when a higher vantage point helps you take better shots. In fact, there are now competitions devoted to this style of photography. What’s more, the latest gyro technology means drones are now really easy to fly. A computer keeps the thing airborne; you simply choose what route to take.

With the YLR/C S32T, the technology becomes truly affordable. Made from carbon fiber composites, this drone makes it easy to take off and start recording. The onboard 4K camera captures incredible detail from above, and you can select various smart shooting modes. For example, gesture control allows you to move the drone with a flick of your wrist. And on a full charge, the YLR/C S32T can fly for 25 minutes straight. The supplied remote is good for new pilots, the drone itself is small enough to carry in your backpack.

The YLR/C S32T normally retails for $410, but you can get it today thanks to this Hannity offer for just $99.95 with the remote included.


Black YLR/C S32T HD 4K Single Camera Drone – $99.95

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