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DJI SPARK launched and released cheapest drone from DJI

DJI’s $499 Spark is the company’s cheapest and tiniest drone yet

Over the last six months the biggest trend in the drone industry has been shrinking the size of the units to make them more portable and accessible. Today DJI unveiled its latest aircraft, the Spark, a mini drone that weighs in at less than a single pound (0.6 pounds, to be exact.) But just as it did with the Mavic Pro, the company has managed to squeeze a ton of powerful features into this small package.

Just that the hype train of DJI mavic came to end a cheap pocket sized drone DJI spark is launched

earlier we thought this would be a drone for racing like we had ideas for mavic but now we see it more of a party type drone for people who have 500$ extra to spend on some serious toys except the size it comes with lot of features many similar drones for selfie cameras had been in market but as you know DJI has a best R&D team.

They have done it again…. DJI Spark is gonna be sold with good numbers similar to mavic seems DJI will be soon coming up with many other consumer level products which any person would be intrested to buy for… apart from aerial photography.

I havent seen any reviews yet but am pretty sure with 16min flight time and such small size i guess these would be more of a indoor and semi outdoor ie: in idle wind condition perfect drone although in the video its shown a rock climber clicking pics with gesture i am not sure about the flight time and stability of the DJI spark.

Video quality of DJI spark has a degraded to 1080p so mavic sustains the market yet.

Specifically i like the features such as auto launch and gesture which makes it more user friendly for those who are noobs and are just fantasied about drones in less price to lose if they make mistakes.

Also DJI spark comes with many one tap shots which are best i guess in the price and size.

DJI SPARK comes for the price of $499 and a DJI spark combo for $699 which is best i guess..

Now lets watch the video and go through some specs below :

 

 





















 

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  1. The Spark is, at once, an impressive feat of engineering and a reminder that drones are a ways from being true mainstream devices. It’s DJI’s smallest and cheapest drone by far, and the company also has tossed in some neat gesture control tricks that make you feel like Luke Skywalker for the 16 minutes it’s in the air. But there are still a lot of kinks to work out.

    The gesture control is tough to learn, for one thing. And drones in general have a fair bit of regulation to contend with. Also, even with safety controls in place, some blood may still be shed
    And it really is an impressive little device. The Spark weighs a full pound less than the Mavic and is roughly half its size. You really can hold it in the palm of your hand.Though unlike the earlier model, the new drone has fixed arms, so it’s roughly the same size as the Mavic is when its arms are folded into its body.

    The smaller size comes with some compromises, however. The camera and the gimbal have been downgraded. Among other things, you can’t shoot 4K video with the drone. Though, given the consumer audience the company is targeting, that’s probably not that big of a loss for most.

    Some other takeaways from a few days’
    The drone needs a lot of space, particularly for modes like Quickshot, which creates a 10-second video designed for sharing on social.
    It’s small, but it’s loud. It’s got that lawnmower-style buzz that Veanne helpfully compares to “killer bees.” If you’re flying it around people trying to enjoy a quiet picnic in the park, prepare to be that asshole.

    Thats it…..

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