DJI Spark with Remote Control Combo (White)

June 7, 2019 - Comment

Though agile in the air, drones can be bulky and cumbersome when on land. Not so with the DJI Spark which won’t hold you back no matter what the adventure. This compact quadcopter features an integrated camera with motorized stabilization to capture 12MP photos, 1080p Full HD videos, and even aerial selfies. The drone’s compact

Though agile in the air, drones can be bulky and cumbersome when on land. Not so with the DJI Spark which won’t hold you back no matter what the adventure. This compact quadcopter features an integrated camera with motorized stabilization to capture 12MP photos, 1080p Full HD videos, and even aerial selfies. The drone’s compact size, 31 mph top speed, and up to 16 minutes of flight time will appeal to a variety of users, from FPV enthusiasts to racers to those just looking for more dynamic shots than are possible with simply a smartphone or camcorder. The drone features GPS- and vision-based navigation for outdoor or indoor use, a variety of flight modes, and a 3D obstacle-detection system.Package Includes DJI Spark Quadcopter 3 pairs of 4730S Quick Release Folding Propellers for Spark Drone DJI Remote Controller for Spark Quadcopter one Intelligent Flight Battery for Spark Quadcopter one Charger one Micro-USB Cable Hard Foam Storage Box

Product Features

  • DJI spark remote control Combo includes remote controller and standard spark accessory Kit (see details below)
  • 2-Axis Stabilized Gimbal Camera 12MP Still Photos/ 1080P/30 Video gesture and Tap Fly control
  • Flight autonomy with obstacle detection subject tracking from various angles GPS- & vision position-based navigation
  • Top speed of 31 mph in sport mode up to 16 minutes flying time
  • Up to 1. 2 mile control range control, edit, share with DJI go app

Comments

Anonymous says:

An awesome, cheaper option! Length:: 1:00 Mins Long story short: It’s awesome! Don’t think twice. Just buy it.Short story long: I really wanted the Phantom 3 Pro. REALLY BAD. I got it, and it had several technical problems (even though it was new). So, I found out that other people were having the same problem too. I was originally going to exchange it for another one, but once I found out that I wasn’t the only person having this problem, I had one last option within my budget: the DJI Spark (which I was very skeptical about buying because of the lack of features compared to the Phantom 3 Pro).I returned the Phantom and and bought my Alpine White Spark from Best Buy (not Amazon).When I first got it, I had to wait for the controller to arrive since it was on backorder. I flew it with my phone, and I didn’t have a very good experience because of the lack of usability and practicality. I finally got the controller and I cannot emphasize enough how much…

Anonymous says:

if you have android 9 dont bother. save your money for something else. if you have android 9, first off, the app they tell you to get? yeah “DJI GO 4 since p4” its so buggy its impossible to do anything in that app. second the drone cant connect to any thing or scan anything if the app is bugged so its pretty much just a paper weight with props. don’t bother messaging their support staff either because they have no clue what the issue is or how to resolve it. not only that from what i understand the APP has been bugged for a long time and doesnt seem to be getting fixed any time soon. as for the next best thing, litchi, which is a 25$ app from the app store, its now incompatible if you have android 9 because DJI refuses to update some coding on their end.

Anonymous says:

Must have a fairly new smart phone to get it ready to fly. You cannot fly the Spark drone until it is initialized using the “DJI Go 4” app which is available only for Android and Apple iOS devices. Initializing also requires an Internet connection to DJI.com. That app can be put on an iPhone only if the iPhone is running an iOS version higher than 10.0. There are similar restrictions for Android smart phones. The older “DJI Go” app doesn’t work with the Spark drone either. Getting the Spark, it’s remote control, and “DJI Go 4” all booted up and the 3 gadgets linked to each other requires many steps and for a newbie many tries. It’s definitely not ever a flip-three-switches-On-and-go drone. After the first time the startup is a few steps shorter but still complicated to get ready to fly with the remote controller and/or a smart phone. And occasionally mandatory firmware updates will put you into a similar complex situation. Until the Go 4 app is greatly improved this will not be a drone for the faint of heart. Watch the 2+ Spark…

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