It goes without saying that we are extremely excited about the DJI Spark, a mini-drone that features all of DJI’s signature technologies, allowing you to seize the moment whenever you feel inspired. With intelligent flight control options, a mechanical gimbal, and a camera with incredible image quality, Spark empowers you to push your creative boundaries.
As the smallest quadcopter in DJI’s drone range, even smaller than the Mavic, the DJI Spark features a 2-axis stabilised 12MP/Full HD camera. Even with it’s compact size of just 143×143×55mm, the Spark still packs a powerful 12 megapixel / Full HD 1/2.3-inch CMOS sensor (Same sensor size as the Mavic), as well as autonomous tracking, obstacle avoidance, a mechanical 2-axis gimbal (pitch & roll), Intelligent Flight modes, and a 50kph flight speed when operated in sport mode.
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- 2-Axis Stabilized Gimbal Camera
- 12MP Still Photos / 1080p/30 Video
- Gesture and TapFly Control
- FlightAutonomy 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
Interested to see how it compares to the DJI Mavic Pro? Ben Schmanke over at AuthenTech shared a very nice in-depth comparison that you might find interesting.
“The hot new DJI Spark almost looks like a “mini Mavic Pro”. How do they stack up and compare? In my video I compare main specs, size, and portability, controls via WiFi and dedicated controller, camera image quality (with photo and video side-by-side comparisons), battery life, smart features, and price. They each have their place, and it all depends on your use for the drone and what you’ll be shooting with the camera. Both are packed with amazing technology and features!” – [Shared via AuthenTech – Ben Schmanke]
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