Which DJI Drone is Best For You? | DJI Drone Buyers Guide

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In this video, I go over all the specs, prices and details of the most popular DJI Drones to help you choose which DJI Drone is best fit for you this holiday season. We feature the Tello, Spark, Mavic Air, Mavic 2 Pro, Mavic 2 Zoom and Phantom 4 Pro 2.0 in this video. Whether you just looking for a fun drone to fly around your house or backyard or you want to capture stunning 4K aerial videos and photos, DJI has a drone to fit your exact needs.

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DJI Tello: http://bit.ly/2FsZkRL
DJI Spark: http://bit.ly/2qP7hq8
DJI Mavic Air: http://bit.ly/2DqIEI7
DJI Mavic 2: http://bit.ly/2PVuaDU
DJI Phantom 4 Pro: http://bit.ly/2Fs6lCm

DJI Tello: https://amzn.to/2DKByik
DJI Spark: https://amzn.to/2zevsTI
DJI Mavic Air: https://amzn.to/2zeNCVv
DJI Mavic 2 Pro: https://amzn.to/2RRJUrE
DJI Mavic 2 Zoom: https://amzn.to/2QNvw3t
DJI Phantom 4 Pro: https://amzn.to/2DGXafx


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  1. I bought a DJI Mavic Pro Platinum (£1200 around $1500) last year as a treat for some friends in Cyprus and 6 weeks after Waiting for it to be delivered all the hassle of getting it through customs after sending it to North Cyprus (who take longer to deal with things) etc etc. So the guys waited weeks nearly 2 months for their drone. The day it arrived l was here in Cyprus. We all went to the beach and we were all very excited filming with it. We were on the deck sunbathing. When the drone returned to us it just flipped and landed in the sea for no apparent reason! We got it out after about 2 seconds, dried it in rice, but it didn't work! When I phoned DJI long distance, they said they would repair it free for us so I was relieved. I spent more money about €50, sending it back (which meant travelling through the border, again thru customs, to the South of the Island, I don't drive so taxi costs. Thus was to use a Post Office with tracking so l coukd track the Mavic Pro.)
    Then strangely DJI wouldn't confirm that they received it 4 weeks later (even though tracking showed it arrived) until I could find all my receipts and evidence my end which I had temporarily lost. This took another week and a half, with more long distance phone calls, to different people in their office as no record was kept of my long distance phone calls. I've lost count of the many calls l made. It was a total nightmare. Finally, they decided they were not going to fix it free after all and gave no real reason for this change of heart. They then quoted €890 to repair it which seems steep when you consider they replace a chip or something minor – l could probably do it myself if you could buy electronics gear here (North Cyprus) which you cannot! I just asked them to return it. I cannot explain why they didn't wish to help – I wasn't angry with them on the phone I was polite all the way – so I am at a loss about this. In commercials and YouTube you see the machine flying over water there is no warning that it is NOT even semi-waterproof or splashproof. I explained to Amazon where I bought it who decided they would sort it for me saying if they couldn't get redress from DJI they would pay me. I said l was happy to have half the costs and expenses. I waited and waited for my refund to no avail. Out of the blue, Amazon too decided they weren't going to pay me anything not even a postage stamp! So I am £1500 plus down and all my time and effort (and expenses) and nothing to show for it. Not to mention all the time and trouble travelling to South Cyprus to send it back via tracked mail long distance phone calls etc etc. The worst was watching my two young friends ' unhappy faces. The real reason for this plea is I wanted to asked anyone PLEASE – what do I do with all the batteries and stuff? Can I use them on a different drone (not DJI as I am still sore!) There has to be a clone out there where I can use the batteries, surely China has copied it (improved it!) it just seems so much waste. I thought the 21st C was a sustainable one, it seems not as far as DJI are concerned!!!

  2. Very informative video and thank you for sharing ?. Here is my question, I am new to drones and haven't purchased one yet. I'm trying to watch as many YouTube videos to be thoroughly knowledgeable before I invest in this interest. My long range goal is to be an aerial photographer. However, I gotta learn first how to operate one. With that being said, I'm leaning strongly towards Mavic 2, but I have heard first to start out with something on the cheaper end and learn to fly first. What do you recommend? Right now I start studying for my FAA Part 107 Test. Thanks

  3. Of that group the Mavic Air is best for value and features, firstly it has 100 mbps video, whilst the original Mavic Pro had 60 mbps. The Mavic Air has superior obstacle avoidance in the whole group. It's downside vs. the Mavic Pro is ext-wifi rather than OccuSync. For a couple of hundred or so more, you can Have the Mavic Air over the Spark, and many significant advantages the Spark doesn't have. You can add circular polarised antennas on the Spark, Mavic Air and Mavic Pro and improve their dipole based stock antennas and get superior reception, depth penetration and reliability of signal (though you will impact the warranty). The Mavic 2 Pro is best overall, especially OccuSync 2 transmission, and I have even been looking at it to replace my P4P mainly the enhanced portability of it. The Mavic 2 Pro is expensive though… Phantom like money

  4. Mavic air is a waste of money terrible range especially if you live in residential areas they should have used Occusync could have been a nice drone would not recommend if you're going to buy a drone mavic pro and up unless you want a toy then buy the mavic air plus the battery flight times are horrible the only thing good about it is the camera and that's when it's not lagging cuz of the crappy signal issues read all the complaints regarding signal issues before buying but if you do want one go to Amazon they're overloaded with them because they can't sell them

  5. I got the spark fly more combo from Bestbuy CAD 679 including tax. BestBuy do pricing match with amazon CA + 10% discount to beat amazon lowest price. Spark is a good value for money and fair enough as an entry level drone.

  6. Im looking for a drone to be able to take arial photos of my house then print out in 12X8" size. Would the DGI spark produce high enough quality photos? Thanks!

  7. I don't understand how no one recommends the m1p, like u can get it for 800$ CAD on ebay, wifi is no good for these expensive drones, a good way to loose ur investm3nt, id say get the spark m1 or m2 with the m1 being obviously the best deal

  8. I’ve only had it 3 months and only use it recreational. I’m only just now getting used to it , it’s my first drone and you’re right it’s a great drone to learn on.

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