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DJI Mavic Mini Filmmaker Set $427.48

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Everything you need to get flying on your DJI Mavic Mini. Set includes the drone, our Drone Extras case, which perfectly fits the Mavic Mini, our iPhone Filmmaker Shell case that fits right in the drone controller and also works with Moment lenses, plus our Drone Landing pad for easy takeoff and landing. If you select the Mavic Mini combo, your set will also include DJI's two-way charging hub so you can charge up to three batteries in sequence, the 360° Propeller Guard which protects the propellers, a DJI bag, a DJI 18W USB Charger, two extra Intelligent Flight Batteries, and two extra spare propellers.

https://www.shopmoment.com/shop/d...mmaker-set
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ShopMoment is on the DJI authorized online retailer list.

https://www.dji.com/mobile/where-...ne-retails

Be aware that attaching any of the included accessories in this kit to it will put it over 50 grams and means you'll have to have an FAA registration number for it to legally fly outdoors. It's only $5 and really no big deal to get online at https://faadronezone.faa.gov/

Also you may want to check your airspace and local regulations to see where you'll be able to fly and don't just assume you'll be able to buy a drone and fly in your backyard, especially if you're near an airport. The old 5 mile/notify the airport rule for recreational fliers has been thrown out and replaced by a variable UAS Facility Map grid and automated authorization approval system (called LAANC) for controlled airspace. The FAA has an app called B4UFLY for Android/IOS that can help you determine all of that.
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Doesn't look like it comes with the extra batteries until you add the fly more combo....then it's $540
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ShopMoment is on the DJI authorized online retailer list.

https://www.dji.com/mobile/where-...ne-retails

Be aware that attaching any of the included accessories in this kit to it will put it over 50 grams and means you'll have to have an FAA registration number for it to legally fly outdoors. It's only $5 and really no big deal to get online at https://faadronezone.faa.gov/

Also you may want to check your airspace and local regulations to see where you'll be able to fly and don't just assume you'll be able to buy a drone and fly in your backyard, especially if you're near an airport. The old 5 mile/notify the airport rule for recreational fliers has been thrown out and replaced by a variable UAS Facility Map grid and automated authorization approval system (called LAANC) for controlled airspace. The FAA has an app called B4UFLY for Android/IOS that can help you determine all of that.
Ah bummer. The MIni's entire schtick is that you don't need FAA clearance, and requiring clearance just for accessories sounds like too much of a hassle. Pass
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Ah bummer. The MIni's entire schtick is that you don't need FAA clearance, and requiring clearance just for accessories sounds like too much of a hassle. Pass
That's incorrect. You still need to get clearance to fly (edit: in controlled airspace) and must be abide by all other regulations regardless of the weight. The only thing that gets waived by weight <=50g is the need for the $5 recreational registration number (which can be reused between all owned drones). If you're flying commercially (defined as anything not for recreational purposes) under part 107, that doesn't apply - each drone used for 107 flights must be registered individually regardless of weight.
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Where to get mavic mini batteries at MSRP? Shortage for months apparently, super irritating for those that didn't get Fly More Combo
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Android need not apply.
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That's incorrect. You still need to clearance to fly (edit: in controlled airspace) and must be abide by all other regulations regardless of the weight. The only thing that gets waived by weight <=50g is the need for the $5 recreational registration number (which can be reused between all owned drones). If you're flying commercially (defined as anything not for recreational purposes) under part 107, that doesn't apply - each drone used for 107 flights must be registered individually regardless of weight.
Can confirm. This is the current state of things written in a clear manner.
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Android need not apply.
The drone works perfectly fine with Android. In fact, DJI's own CrystalSky displays and Smart controller products use Android as the underlying software. The recent DJI Pilot app update that unlocked ATTI mode for the enterprise M2P hit Android before IOS for that reason.

The only thing you're missing out on here is the phone case they're throwing in, which I wouldn't switch to anyway.
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Naaaa going to wait for fly more combo.
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The drone works perfectly fine with Android. In fact, DJI's own CrystalSky displays and Smart controller products use Android as the underlying software. The recent DJI Pilot app update that unlocked ATTI mode for the enterprise M2P hit Android before IOS for that reason.

The only thing you're missing out on here is the phone case they're throwing in, which I wouldn't switch to anyway.
Yeah, so is relating to this post, you get 9/10 of what you pay for. Why not just go buy it without all the stuff and get things that work directly with your equipment. It's like selling leather laces with a pair of tennis shoes. Technically you're giving me a pair of leather laces for free, maybe but not really if anybody knows business the cost is actually stuck into the end price, but I'm not going to wear leather shoe laces made for boots on my tennis shoes. Why don't I just go to a different tennis shoe shop and get them there where I get 100% of what I pay for.?
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According to drone forums, this is supposed to be the successor to the Spark, only that it's back in the Mavic line.

However... without Active Tracking (and Object Avoidance)... it's missing a huge feature that the Spark had.
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According to drone forums, this is supposed to be the successor to the Spark, only that it's back in the Mavic line.
However... without Active Tracking (and Object Avoidance)... it's missing a huge feature that the Spark had.
That's why I haven't pulled the trigger on this drone. I'm expecting that the Mini 2.0 will have some new software tricks like Object Avoidance, 4K video, and who knows what else.
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