DJI Spark Best Drones You Should Have In 2017

Meet Spark, DJI’s first ever mini drone. Signature technologies, new gesture control, and unbelievable portability make your aerials more fun and intuitive than ever before. With five different colors, there’s a Spark for everyone.

Capture those special moments in your life with the most advanced technology around. Sensors for gesture control, a large 1/2.3 inch CMOS sensor capable of 12-megapixel photos + full 1080p HD video, and state-of-the art flight stabilization components are all engineered together to make DJI Spark the ultimate in palm-sized tech.

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Amral posted:

Meet Spark, DJI’s first ever mini drone. Signature technologies, new gesture control, and unbelievable portability make your aerials more fun and intuitive than ever before. With five different colors, there’s a Spark for everyone.

Capture those special moments in your life with the most advanced technology around. Sensors for gesture control, a large 1/2.3 inch CMOS sensor capable of 12-megapixel photos + full 1080p HD video, and state-of-the art flight stabilization components are all engineered together to make DJI Spark the ultimate in palm-sized tech.

I have had the phantom 3 pro for awhile. However, where I live is the worse areas for this kind of drones. They are deemed dangerous and not allowed to take off.

I use it away from the city but the restrictions are so many that the auto shut down is activated more often than not. I have lost interest. I am still going to focus on the industry but on the tech at a larger scale given they can be useful in Guyana.

Stormborn posted:
Amral posted:

Meet Spark, DJI’s first ever mini drone. Signature technologies, new gesture control, and unbelievable portability make your aerials more fun and intuitive than ever before. With five different colors, there’s a Spark for everyone.

Capture those special moments in your life with the most advanced technology around. Sensors for gesture control, a large 1/2.3 inch CMOS sensor capable of 12-megapixel photos + full 1080p HD video, and state-of-the art flight stabilization components are all engineered together to make DJI Spark the ultimate in palm-sized tech.

I have had the phantom 3 pro for awhile. However, where I live is the worse areas for this kind of drones. They are deemed dangerous and not allowed to take off.

I use it away from the city but the restrictions are so many that the auto shut down is activated more often than not. I have lost interest. I am still going to focus on the industry but on the tech at a larger scale given they can be useful in Guyana.

I've had some interest in this technology, particularly for uses in Guyana. Was aiming for visuals of large acreages of crops, hoping to plant.

When you say, "useful in Guyana", what applications you have in mind?

 

seignet posted:

I've had some interest in this technology, particularly for uses in Guyana. Was aiming for visuals of large acreages of crops, hoping to plant.

When you say, "useful in Guyana", what applications you have in mind?

 

Too many to think of. It is an emerging search and rescue product. It can be used in medical emergency to quickly supply life saving medicines like anti venom etc.  Heavy lift ones will be necessary in the oil industry and as air ambulances for rapid evac of critically injured. Agriculture has a thousand uses and cops can use it to track thieves. Used in special intelligent modes they can be a ceaseless patrol of specific areas. They can rapidly lay down a communication link. It is a technology that will easily penetrate all sorts of markets and like the internet it will become transparent and low cost with time. Every one of these little machines can be scaled up. Tesla batteries can power a car for 300 miles. The same can power a similar sized drone for 500. It will be driven by design and materials technology. Control programming is also going to  easy to design as an android app using a variety of tools

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