February 16

DJI Spark Quadcopter Drone plus Remote Control for $399 shipped (Up to $550 value)

BuyDig offers the DJI Spark Quadcopter Drone plus a DJI Spark Drone Remote Control for $399 shipped using code FLYING at checkout. The DJI Spark Quadcopter Drone generally sells for $400 on its own and the Remote Control is regular $149 or so. While we did see the drone drop in price quite significantly over the Black Friday holiday season, you’re saving up to $150 here. Rated 4+ stars.

DJI’s new Mavic Air & Fly More bundle hit all-time low for DroneDJ readers $744/$944 shipped

Released just last month, DroneDJ has teamed up with Wellbots to offer readers an exclusive deal on DJI’s new Mavic Air and the optional Fly More Combo, bringing it to an all-time low of $744 (and $944 for the Fly More bundle) with promo code DroneDJAir.

A drone may have been involved in a helicopter’s crash landing in South Carolina earlier this week. This would make it the first drone-related aircraft crash in the United States. The incident happened on Wednesday around 2 pm as a student pilot was practicing low-altitude hovering in a remote area, according to Charleston Police Department report. Luckily both the student and the helicopter instructor were uninjured.

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This morning we woke up to newly leaked information from a source, who has proven to be very accurate in the past. The DJI Mavic Pro II (or Mavic Pro 2) is rumored to arrive late in March so it makes sense that more details are coming out as we approach that deadline. Today we learn that the original foldable drone from DJI may actually grow in size. Indeed the new DJI Mavic Pro II may become a monster drone.


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Good morning, a little later than usual, so quickly grab your coffee and follow along as we watch the DJI Spark fly at great heights in the Himalayas in Nepal.

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February 15

The drone industry is buzzing with talk of the amazing obstacle avoidance and tracking capability of the new Skydio R1 drone. The video that the company used to show off the drone’s skills is great but another video surfaced from the marketing manager of Skydio, Pat Stahl. Pat took the R1 with him on a snowboarding trip and I think this video does an even better job of showing how well the obstacle avoidance and tracking work on this autonomously flying drone. Just watch how the drone follows Pat when he snowboards through the trees.

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