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Takeoff Weight300 g
Dimensions143×143×55 mm
Diagonal Distance (propellers excluded)170 mm
Max Ascent Speed9.8 ft/s (3 m/s) in Sport Mode without wind
Max Descent Speed9.8 ft/s (3 m/s) in Auto Landing Mode
Max Speed31 mph (50 kph) in Sport Mode without wind
Max Service Ceiling Above Sea Level13,123 feet (4,000 m)
Max Flight Time16 minutes (no wind at a consistent 12.4 mph (20 kph))
Max Hovering Time15 minutes (no wind)
Operating Temperature Range32° to 104° F (0° to 40° C)
Satellite Positioning SystemsGPS/GLONASS
Hover Accuracy RangeVertical:
+/- 0.1 m (when Vision Positioning is active) or +/-0.5 m
+/- 0.3 m (when Vision Positioning is active) or +/-1.5 m
Transmitter Power (EIRP)2.4 GHz
FCC: 25 dBm; CE: 18 dBm; SRRC: 18 dBm; MIC:18 dBm
5.8 GHz
FCC: 27 dBm; CE: 14 dBm; SRRC: 27 dBm; MIC: -
Operating Frequency2.400 - 2.483 GHz; 5.725 - 5.825 GHz

3D Sensing system

Obstacle Sensing Range1-16 ft (0.2 - 5 m)
Operating EnvironmentDetects diffuse reflective surfaces (>20%) larger than 20x20 cm (walls, trees, people, etc.)


Sensor1/2.3" CMOS
Effective pixels: 12 MP
LensFOV 81.9° 25 mm (35 mm format equivalent) f/2.6
(shooting range: 2 m to ∞)
ISO RangeVideo: 100-3200
Photo: 100-1600
Electronic Shutter Speed2-1/8000 s
Image Size3968×2976
1440×1080 with ShallowFocus
2300×1280 with Pano (horizontal)
960×1280 with Pano (vertical)
Still Photography ModesSingle Shot
Burst Shooting: 3 frames
Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB): 3 bracketed frames at 0.7 EV bias
Interval: 2/3/5/7/10/15/20/30/60 s
Video ResolutionFHD: 1920×1080 30p
Max Video Bitrate24 Mbps
Supported File SystemsFAT32
Photo FormatJPEG
Video FormatMP4 (MPEG-4 AVC/H.264)

Remote Controller

Operating Frequency2.412-2.462 GHz; 5.745-5.825 GHz
Max Transmission Distance2.412 - 2.462 GHz (unobstructed, free of interference)
FCC: 1.2 mi (2 km); CE: 0.3 mi (500 m)
SRRC: 0.3 mi (500 m); MIC: 0.3 mi (500 m)
5.745 - 5.825 GHz (unobstructed, free of interference)
FCC: 1.2 mi (2 km); CE: 0.18 mi (300 m)
SRRC: 0.7 mi (1.2 km); MIC: -
Operating Temperature Range32° to 104° F (0° to 40° C)
Battery2970 mAh
Transmitter Power (EIRP)2.4 GHz
FCC: ≤26 dBm; CE: ≤18 dBm; SRCC: ≤18 dBm; MIC: ≤18 dBm
5.8 GHz
FCC: ≤28 dBm; CE: ≤14 dBm; SRCC: ≤26 dBm; MIC: -
Operating Current/Voltage950 mAh @3.7 V
Supported Mobile Device SizeThickness range: 6.5-8.5 mm
Max length: 160 mm

Intelligent Flight Battery

Capacity1480 mAh
Voltage11.4 V
Max Charging Voltage13.05 V
Battery TypeLiPo 3S
Energy16.87 Wh
Net WeightApprox. 0.2 lbs (95 g)
Charging Temperature Range41° to 104° F (5° to 40° C)


Controllable RangePitch: -85° to 0°
Stabilization2-axis mechanical (pitch, roll)

Vision System

Velocity Range≤22.4 mph (36 kph) at 6.6 ft (2 m) above ground
Altitude Range0-26 ft (0 - 8 m)
Operating Range0-98 ft (0 - 30 m)
Operating EnvironmentDetects clearly patterned surfaces with adequate lighting (lux>15) and diffuse reflectivity (>20%)


Operating Frequency2.4 GHz/5.8 GHz
Max Transmission Distance100 m(Distance), 50 m(Height) (Unobstructed, free of interference)


Input100-240 V; 50/60 Hz; 0.5 A
Output5 V/3 A; 9 V/2 A; 12 V/1.5 A

Recommended Micro SD Cards

ModelSandisk 16/32 GB UHS-1 Micro SDHC
Kingston 16/32 GB UHS-1 Micro SDHC
Samsung 16/32 GB UHS-I Micro SDHC
Sandisk 64 GB UHS-1 Micro SDXC
Kingston 64 GB UHS-1 Micro SDXC
Samsung 64 GB UHS-I Micro SDXC


DJI – Spark Tutorials – Linking Spark and Connecting to WiFi

DJI – Spark Tutorials – Linking Spark and Connecting to WiFi


DJI – Spark Tutorials – Flight Basics and RC Piloting

DJI – Spark Tutorials – Flight Basics and RC Piloting


DJI – Spark Tutorials – Introducing DJI Go 4

DJI – Spark Tutorials – Introducing DJI Go 4


DJI – Spark Tutorials – Gesture Piloting

DJI – Spark Tutorials – Gesture Piloting


DJI – Spark Tutorials – Quickshots

DJI – Spark Tutorials – Quickshots


DJI – Spark Tutorials – Updating Firmware

DJI – Spark Tutorials – Updating Firmware


DJI – Spark Tutorials – Tapfly

DJI – Spark Tutorials – Tapfly


DJI – Spark Tutorials – Flight Modes

DJI – Spark Tutorials – Flight Modes


DJI – Spark Tutorials – Mobile Device Piloting

DJI – Spark Tutorials – Mobile Device Piloting


DJI Spark - Technologies: PalmControl

DJI Spark - Technologies: PalmControl


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Spark Your Imagination

Spark Your Imagination


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DJI - Spark - Born to Win


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DJI - Spark - Capture Every Moment


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DJI - Spark - Possibilities


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DJI - Spark - Seize the Moment


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  • Spark Quick Start Guide v1.6



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  • Spark User Manual v1.6



  • Spark Remote Controller User Guide V1.0



  • Spark Release Notes



  • Spark Portable Station v1.0



  • Spark Propeller Guards v1.0



  • Flight Controller Data Analysis Series Tutorials V1.0



  • Spark Battery Charging Hub v1.0



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  • Spark User Manual v1.2 (NL)



  • Spark User Manual v1.2 (PT-BR)



  • Spark User Manual v1.2 (PT-PT)




    iOS V 4.3.37
    Requires iOS 10.0.0 or later (Mavic 2 Pro/Zoom requires iOS 10.0.2 or later).
    Compatible with iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone SE, iPad Pro, iPad, iPad Air 2, iPad mini 4.
    Optimized for iPhone X.

    Android V4.3.40
    Requires Android 5.0 or later.
    Compatible with Samsung S9+, Samsung S9, Samsung S8+, Samsung S7, Samsung S7 Edge, Samsung S6, Samsung S6 Edge, Samsung Note 8, Huawei P20 Pro, Huawei P20, Huawei P10 Plus, Huawei P10, Huawei Mate 10 Pro, Huawei Mate 10, Huawei Mate 9 Pro, Huawei Mate 9, Huawei Mate 8, Honor 10, Honor 9, Vivo X20, Vivo X9, OPPO Find X, OPPO R15, OPPO R11, Mi Mix 2S, Mi Mix 2, Mi 8, Mi 6, Redmi Note 5, Google Pixel 2XL, OnePlus 6, OnePlus 5T.

    *Support for additional devices available as testing and development continues.


  • DJI Assistant 2 Release Notes


  • DJI Assistant 2 v1.2.5


  • DJI Assistant 2 v1.2.4



1.What are the main differences between Spark and the Mavic Pro?

In addition to being lighter and smaller than the Mavic Pro,Spark was designed with new drone users in mind. Advanced gesture controls allow users to launch, direct, and land Spark with just their hands. For more intuitive on-screen control, Spark's TapFly Mode now includes Coordinate, letting you tap an exact location on screen for Spark to fly towards. In addition, QuickShot Mode allows users to fly along four preset flight paths while recording short videos for cinema-quality footage. Spark gives users professional control without hassle. In contrast, the Mavic Pro features a more powerful camera capable of shooting 4K video (as opposed to Spark's 1080p video), longer flight times, and an OcuSync transmission system suitable for long-distance aerial photography. Click the following link to learn more:

2.How do I control Spark?

Control Spark with your mobile device by downloading the DJI GO 4 app or using the remote controller.

3.How do I activate Spark?

There are two ways to activate Spark:

- Connect Spark with your mobile device and follow the instructions in DJI GO 4 to complete activation.

- Tap the top right icon in DJI GO 4’s main page, choose Scan QR Code, and use your mobile device’s camera to scan the QR code in the aircraft’s battery compartment. Follow the instructions in the app to complete activation.

4.What are the recommended Micro SD cards for Spark?

Sandisk 16 GB UHS-1 Micro SDHC
Sandisk 32 GB UHS-1 Micro SDHC
Sandisk 64 GB UHS-1 Micro SDXC
Kingston 16 GB UHS-1 Micro SDHC
Kingston 32 GB UHS-1 Micro SDHC
Kingston 64 GB UHS-1 Micro SDXC
Samsung 16 GB UHS-I Micro SDHC
Samsung 32 GB UHS-I Micro SDHC
Samsung 64 GB UHS-I Micro SDXC
*It's not recommend to use the Patriot EPPRO 64GB MicroSDXC UHS-3.

5.Is Spark waterproof?

No. It is recommended to avoid flying Spark in rain, fog, snow, or wet weather. Also avoid landing in or taking off from puddles, as the chassis is close to the ground.

1.What new functions does Spark’s camera have?

Spark supports ShallowFocus and Pano modes, which includes Horizontal and Vertical modes.

2.What is ShallowFocus?

ShallowFocus creates photos with a shallow depth of field with its 3D vision technology.

3.Which Pano modes are available?

Vertical Mode: The camera will capture three photos vertically, then combine them to make a vertical panorama.
Horizontal Mode: The camera will take nine photos from different angles vertically and horizontally, then combine them to make a horizontal panorama.

4.Can I capture photos or record video without a Micro SD card?

Yes, you can. The aircraft will store photos and videos on your mobile device. In this instance, the images captured are actually from the live stream with a photo resolution of 1024×768 and video resolution of 1280×720.

1.What is the maximum distance and speed at which Spark can sense obstacles?

Spark will automatically avoid obstacles up to 16 ft (5 m) in front of it. The maximum speed at which Spark is able to sense obstacles is 3 m/s.

2.What new Intelligent Flight Modes does Spark include?

Spark is the first DJI drone to feature new TapFly submodes, Coordinate and Direction.
In QuickShot mode, Spark takes professional shots for you with Rocket, Dronie, Circle, and Helix.
Spark’s Gesture Mode also includes a new set of advanced gesture recognition capabilities, including PalmControl, Follow, Beckon, and PalmLand.

Remote Controller
1.What mobile device sizes fit inside Spark’s remote controller?

Spark’s remote controller fits mobile devices 6.5‑8.5 mm thick and up to 160 mm long, without a phone case. Mobile devices larger than this do not fit the remote controller’s device holder.

2.How do I update the remote controller firmware?

The remote controller firmware can be updated in DJI GO 4.

3.How long does it take to fully charge the remote controller? How long is the battery life?

It takes 2 hours to fully charge the remote controller for up to 2.5 hours of operation.

4.How do I link Spark to the remote controller?

Press the Pause, Fn, and C1 buttons at the same time. Once the controller starts beeping, release these buttons. With Spark powered on, press and hold the battery power button. When you hear Spark beep, release this button. Linking is now complete.

5.What Wi-Fi frequencies does the remote controller support?

The remote controller supports 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz dual‑band Wi‑Fi frequencies.
5.8 GHz transmission is not available in some regions due to local regulations.

6.What are the dimensions of the remote controller?

The remote controller is approximately 15 cm long, 8 cm high, and 6 cm thick.

1.Do I have to remove the propellers when storing or transporting Spark?

No. Just fold the propellers.

2.What happens if the propellers are not fully unfolded before flight?

Once the rotors start spinning, centrifugal force will automatically unfold the propellers into the correct position.

3.Spark’s motors are not all on the same plane. Will this affect flight performance?

No. Each motor sits at a 5° angle for optimal flight performance.

4.What wind speeds can Spark resist?

Spark can withstand wind speeds between 13‑18 mph (20‑28 kph).

Video Transmission
1.What’s the resolution of Spark’s video transmission?

720p 30 fps.

2.What’s the latency of Spark’s video transmission?

The video transmission latency to your mobile device is about 200 ms. It is subject to the performance of your mobile device and signal interference.

3.What is Spark’s effective transmission range?

When connected to a remote controller:

2.4 GHz
FCC: 1.2 mi (2 km); CE: 0.3 mi (500 m); SRRC: 0.3 mi (500 m) (unobstructed and free of interference)

5.8 GHz
FCC: 1.2 mi (2 km); CE: 0.18 mi (300 m); SRRC: 0.7 mi (1.2 km) (unobstructed and free of interference)

When connected directly to a mobile device:

A max height of 50 m and distance of 100 m.

5.8 GHz transmission is not available in some regions due to local regulations.

4.Can frequency bands be manually adjusted during video transmission?

Yes. Users can manually choose between 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz or let DJI GO 4 choose a frequency band automatically.

5.Where can I check the aircraft Wi-Fi’s username and password?

There are three places where you can check this information:

- The battery compartment on the aircraft (only the default Wi-Fi username and password can be found here);

- The Settings option in DJI Assistant 2 or DJI GO 4;

- The foam outer box (only the default Wi-Fi username and password can be found here).

6.How do I reset or modify Spark’s Wi-Fi username and password?

To reset, hold the battery down for 9 seconds until you hear the aircraft beep three times.
To modify, connect your mobile device to Spark, enter the DJI GO 4 app, and modify the Wi-Fi username and password in the Connection Help Menu.
(Note: If Spark is connected with DJI Assistant 2 on a computer, restart the aircraft before resetting the Wi-Fi username and password.)

7.My mobile device does not detect Spark’s Wi-Fi when I turn it on. What should I do?

This may be because Spark was previously connected to the remote controller. To prompt detection, power on the aircraft, then press down on the power button for six seconds until you hear the aircraft beep twice. This indicates that Spark’s Wi-Fi is now detectable on your mobile device.

1.How do I charge Spark?

Use the included USB cable to charge Spark. During charging, do not remove the battery from the aircraft.
Use the Charging Hub to charge three batteries simultaneously. If using the Charging Hub, you will need to remove the batteries from the aircraft and place them in the Charging Hub.

2.My newly purchased battery is not responding when I press the power button. What should I do?

New batteries are shipped in Hibernation Mode. In order to activate your newly purchased battery, charge it fully.

3.How long does it take to fully charge a battery?

When using a standard USB charger, it takes 80 minutes to fully charge a battery.
When using a Charging Hub, it takes 52 minutes to fully charge one battery, 55 minutes when charging two batteries and 85.2 minutes when charging three batteries at the same time.

4.How often should I fully charge my Spark batteries?

It is recommended to fully charge Spark batteries at least once every three months.

5.When does a battery enter Hibernation Mode?

When a battery is less than 10% charged, it will enter Hibernation Mode after approximately six hours of nonuse.
When a battery is completely drained, it will enter Hibernation Mode within 10 minutes of turning off.

6.What functions can the power button perform?

- Turning the battery on and off: Press the power button once, and then press again and hold it down for at least two seconds to turn the battery on or off.

- Checking the current battery level: Press the power button once to check the current battery level.

- Linking Spark and the remote controller: Hold down on Spark’s power button for three seconds, and release on hearing a beep. Spark’s front indicators will start to flash in red, signifying Spark and the remote controller have been linked.

- Delinking Spark and the remote controller: In order to use your mobile device to control Spark, you will need to delink the aircraft and remote controller. Power on Spark, and hold down on Spark’s power button for six seconds until you hear it beep twice. Now Spark and the remote controller have successfully been delinked and you can search for Spark’s Wi-Fi on your mobile device.

- Resetting Spark’s Wi-Fi username and password: Hold down on the power button for nine seconds, and release after hearing it beep three times. Your Wi-Fi settings will be reset to the factory default.

- PalmLaunch: Power on Spark and place it on your palm with the camera facing you. Make sure your fingers are lower than Spark’s arms. Press the power button twice when the flight indicators start to flash green. The indicators will change to a slowly flashing yellow, and FaceAware will begin to recognize your face. The front indicators will turn to green if detection is successful, and PalmLaunch will be activated. If not, the indicators will flash red.

7.What can I do with the two USB ports on the Charging Hub?

You can charge two mobile devices or your Spark.

Updating Firmware
1.Can I use other apps while DJI GO 4 is updating?

No. If you do, the update will fail. You will then need to download the firmware and update again.

2.Why does DJI GO 4 remind me to reconnect to Spark’s Wi-Fi right before it restarts to complete the update?

Before the update is complete, Spark will need to restart. Once it does, reconnect your mobile device to Spark’s Wi-Fi. DJI GO 4 is just reminding you that you will need to do this for a successful update.

3.Can I disconnect from the internet once the firmware is downloaded successfully?


4.If the aircraft or the remote controller battery levels drop below 50% during an update, will the update fail?

No, but it is recommended that both have a high level of battery charge during the update.

5.What should I do if the aircraft and battery firmware versions are inconsistent?

Connect Spark to DJI GO 4, and the app will inform you of appropriate updates to ensure consistency.

6.What should I do if the update is really slow?

Please wait patiently and do not operate Spark or the remote controller during the update. Usually, it takes two minutes to update the remote controller and five minutes to update Spark. If the update process is taking much longer, please check your internet connection or move to a different environment. You could also restart Spark and the remote controller to begin the update again.

7.What factors could lead to an update failure?

- Low battery level. Make sure the battery level is higher than 50%.

- Powering off Spark or the remote controller during the update. If this happens, please restart Spark/remote controller and begin the update again.

- Internet disconnection when downloading firmware.

- Aircraft and remote controller firmware version inconsistency. Use DJI GO 4 to update the aircraft and remote controller to the latest version.
It is recommended that you use DJI Assistant 2 on your computer to update your aircraft.
Please note that Spark will restart once the update finishes.

For Your Attention:

The Spark is no longer in production. For the latest in DJI technology, please view our product recommendations below.

Mavic Mini

Weighing just 249 grams, Mavic Mini offers a 30-minute flight time, 4km HD video transmission, and a 3-axis gimbal with 2.7K camera

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Ten years ago, for example, a drone was a highly exclusive product costing thousands and only being accessible to specialized industries or super rich individuals. Today however, we see a range of drones available, accessible to all consumers at a variety of price points. From mini toy drones to racing drones and aerial cinematography drones, cheaper drones have not only revolutionized the UAV industry but are transforming photography, videography, and electronic toy markets worldwide.

In this guide we take a look at three of the most affordable cheap drones DJI has to offer, plus we’ll answer a few FAQs for beginners entering the drone world.

​​​​Best cheap drones for sale

1. Tello


Tello is the ultimate cheap drone for beginners or any pilot who wants an affordable drone to practice aerial maneuverers with. The quadcopter design of the Tello makes for an easy to fly yet solid and stable build quality, perfect for kids and beginners learning about drones.

Tello can be flown safely outdoors as well as indoors thanks to its small lightweight body and protective propeller guards – no more rainy windy days grounding your flight plans! Plus, as Tello features an HD 720p camera, pilots can capture photos and videos on the go where ever they are, making Tello the best cheap drone with a camera.

One amazing highlight of Tello for the price is that breathtaking FPV (first person view) flight is possible through smartphone VR headset compatibility. For this low cost, Tello packs incredible tech into an 80g package giving a flight time of 13 minutes and range of 100m. Whether you are new to drones, an experienced pilot or want some fun taking snapshots with the kids, Tello is the cheap mini drone for everyone.

2. Spark

Max Transmission Distance
2 km

Effective Pixels
12 MP 


The next drone up the price hierarchy, yet still affordable, is Spark. A small drone packing a bunch of features makes it the coolest and cheapest GPS drone to have in your pocket to capture every moment. On-board is a full HD 1080p camera with 2-axis gimbal stabilisation allowing pilots to capture crisp silky smooth shots from above, perfect for anyone starting out as an aerial content creator.

Launch Spark from your hand with PalmControl, snap a selfie with Gesture control and shoot a dronie with QuickShot – Spark has so many highlights you will never struggle to get all the shots you need from your smartphone.

Want some more features? Pair up Spark with the dedicated remote controller and unleash Sport mode with lightning speeds up to 50kph for some seriously fast aerial operations.

Still not impressed by this 300g bundle of tech? Strap on some DJI Goggles and race around FPV style with your friends in pursuit at distances of up to 2km away. Spark is the small cheap GPS drone with a full HD stabilized gimbal camera bursting with features for the price. Capturing the moment has never been so fun!

3. Mavic Air

3-Axis Gimbal &
4K Camera

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So you want the best cheap drone for aerial photography and 4K videography? Let us introduce you to the Mavic Air. With the tech squeezed inside the portable Mavic Air giving up you up to 21 minutes flight time and an astonishing 4km range, the first cheap long range drone now exists.

The Mavic Air is designed to be ultraportable and folds down to the size of a smartphone ideal for those traveling with their drone in a backpack. Don’t let the size and affordable price fool you though, the Mavic Air is loaded with a 4K UHD camera and a 3-axis mechanical gimbal giving your footage buttery smoothness and high resolution.

The Mavic Air really demonstrates the progression of drone engineering and how affordable this technology has become for aerial photographers and videographers. Only a few years ago, shots similar to that of the Mavic Air would have been taken from helicopters by large production companies. Now, here in 2018 we have the same flight performance, functionality and image quality for an affordable price, sitting in our backpacks ready to be launched for limitless exploration.

  • Should I make or buy a cheap drone?

You need to ask yourself what type of drone you want. Drones can generally be divided into three categories: camera drones, FPV racing drones, and toy drones.

Generally speaking, most DIY drone making occurs in the FPV racing community whereas most camera drones such as the DJI Mavic Air are bought ready to fly. If you’re in the market for a camera drone for photography or film then perhaps start by buying a drone. Building something as feature packed and high tech as the Mavic Air or Spark will be very costly and very time consuming – plus there is no guarantee the final drone will even work if you made a small mistake during the build.

Many FPV racers build their own drones for a number of reasons. First, as an FPV pilot is it important to understand how the drone and all its components work. This allows repairs to be made after a crash on the circuit or even to upgrade certain components for some extra speed and agility. Second, components for FPV drones can often be sourced relatively cheaply but some technical know-how is required for a successful working drone.

  • Should I buy a drone with or without a camera?

You need to ask yourself what functions you want from your drone. Cameras in drones provide two functions: capturing image data such as photograph or video and transmitting video during flight. Without a camera you obviously cannot do either but with any camera a drone can become an incredibly powerful piece of equipment. Cameras on DJI drones provide HD video transmission for a real-time view direct to your smartphone or mobile device. This enables the capability of FPV and the capture of aerial views as seen with the press of a button. Full HD and UHD 4K video recording are also features on a number of different DJI drones.

Drones without cameras are generally regarded as toy or micro drones. Flying without a camera means the pilot is flying by visual line of sight (VLOS).

8 Crucial Things to Know Before Buying a Photography Drone

  • What should I know before my first flight?

a.   Read the manual - flying a drone can be tricky for beginners and potentially dangerous. Reading the manual from cover to cover is an absolute must. Even for experienced pilots, understanding how a new drone works is very important. Almost all drone crashes are due to pilot error and many can be avoided by understanding all features and learning how to fly your drone correctly.

b.   Respect the weather - drones are sensitive to the weather, particularly wind and rain. Most drones should not be flown during any precipitation (rain, snow, etc.) and all drones have a maximum wind speed tolerance which can usually be found in the manual. Like we said - always read the manual! A few handy apps are available for specifically checking drone flight conditions such as UAV Forecast and Hover.

c.    Learn the law –all countries and regions have different regulations regarding flying drones so always check the law and airspace rules in the area you plan to fly. Not doing so is potentially dangerous to aircraft or people and you may end up with a hefty fine or even face legal prosecution.

d.    Pre-flight preparation – a responsible drone pilot should always perform a pre-flight checklist. Whether this is done mentally, in writing or using an app, it is crucial to avoid problems and crashes during flight. Pre-flight prep should include checking the aircraft, propellers, firmware, remote controller, mobile devices and software, batteries, weather conditions and airspace regulations. Search for a pre-flight checklist online and adapt one which works for you.

e.    Find an open area – keep it simple for your first flight. Find an open area with no trees, no buildings, no people, just clear airspace. Check the rules and regulations before hand of course.

Mavic Air

f.     Don't be afraid of it – have fun! The first flight can be daunting but if you are sensible and have followed the tips above then you are ready for take-off! Stay aware and concentrate during the flight, but also enjoy it and welcome to the world of drones.

UAV Forecast


Whether you choose Tello, Spark or the Mavic Air as your cheap drone, they all offer the best drone technology on the market at an affordable price. Even though the price of drones has become cheaper and cheaper, they are still powerful devices which need to be flown safely and responsibly. By following our six steps towards take-off you will be up in the air exploring and capturing content to share with friends, family and all the other new pilots in the drone community!

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Arriving at the rock festival in Shamora, we settled down on a hill, decomposed, began to cook food, take out tents, etc. In the evening, when everyone was "good", everyone went downstairs to swim and, accordingly, have sex. Me (I was 13 years old then) and another girl (she was 19-21 years old) were left to guard the tents and everything else.

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Returning Oksyusha advised the man to quickly leave the ill-fated bathhouse. It will be unsafe to stay in the suburb before dark. You never know what Fedka thinks about. You'd better wait in our yard in the barn with hay until tomorrow morning, the girl suggested. On that and decided.

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That Alisher was jerking off. past the hall, I saw how Gulya was dusting her ass was in all its glory. Excited, I did not reach the kitchen, but walked into the hall. Closing the door, I went up to her, from surprise she was frightened.

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