Fun was had flying the DJI Spark – only one minor crash. (video link)
If you’re flying a drone in a public place like a park, you’re going to get some looks. While consumer drones are becoming more widely available and more popular, they’re still novel to most consumers. Until recently, most drones were too big and conspicuous to comfortably take anywhere, not to mention the hundreds to thousands of dollars you’d have to spend to get one.
But drone technology is improving fast, and DJI is rolling along with it.
Its Mavic Pro drone was praised for its small size and reasonable price when it first came out at the end of 2016, and less than a year later, we now have the Spark.
This $499 drone is incredibly small, doesn’t break the bank, and has a bunch of exciting features designed for anyone to use.
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