What are the best Prime Day 2020 deals on DJI drones? We’re rounding up the best deals available on every DJI drone and accessory, including the Phantom series, Mavic Pro and brand new Spark drone.
Best DJI Drones Prime Day Sale 2020:
DJI Mavic Pro & Mavic Pro Platinum Prime Day Deals
Released in 2016, the Mavic Pro has changed the drone game by way of its tiny form factor, 4K camera and impressive flight controls. It’s hard to believe that DJI have packed all the intelligent flying controls that we love on the Phantom 3 & 4 into the tiny body of the Mavic Pro. But seeing really is believing. The most recent release in the Mavic Pro line, the Mavic Pro Platinum, is a little less noisy and has enhanced flight time over the original Mavic Pro too.
DJI Spark Prime Day Deals
After the release of the Mavic Pro, we didn’t think DJI could go any smaller. And then the Spark and game along and changed the game – again. Built for those who want a HD camera drone without the hassle of carrying around a large backpack, the Spark is so small that it slips into your pocket. When released, its capable of 1080P HD flying and a host of impressive flying controls.
DJI Phantom 4 Advanced & Pro Prime DayDeals
Targeted towards professionals and serious drone enthusiasts, the Phantom 4 range are the most sophisticated camera drones on the market in 2017. A little bigger than the Mavic Pro and Spark, you won’t be able to hold these in the palm of your hand. But what you will be able to do is fly and record in 4K with impressive obstacle avoidance, extended flying times and numerous other powerful features.
DJI Phantom 3 Prime Day Deals
The Phantom 3 series have proven extremely successful for DJI with several iterations having been brought out since its release. Each version has added new features to the original Phantom 3 standard drone including up to 4K video quality and different flight modes. Retailers are offering deals this Prime Day.
DJI Osmo Prime Day Deals
DJI decided to branch out away from drones and release the Osmo gimbal. We weren’t sure how this venture would go for the popular Chinese drone manufacturers – in the past we’ve seen experiments like this from other companies go awry. Take the Karma drone for example, the action camera brand GoPro’s venture into the drone industry which proved a bit of a flop. But we’re thoroughly impressed by the DJI Osmo – its a fantastic gimbal that lets you shoot and record smooth video whilst you’re on the move and navigating rough terrain.