DJI Spark Drone Fly More Combo Alpine White

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  • £699.00 save £120.00
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  • £699.00 save £120.00
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Seize The Moment

The DJI Spark is a palm sized craft and DJI's smallest drone to date. The spark is designed to be compact and extremely portable and has introduced as well as improved on many of DJI's signature features and technologies.

The Spark allows up to 16 minutes of flight time, a record for a drone of this small size and will also have a maximum control range of 1.2 miles. In sports mode this craft can fly at 50kph.

the new dji spark

Quick Launch and Simple Control

With the new FaceAware system, the DJI Spark can start up and take off straight from your hand just by recognising you. Simply hold it up and press the power button.

Similar to what we first saw with the Mavic, DJI have now improved on the hand gestures used to control several features. Using just the palm of your hand, you can control and move the aircraft as well as take photos. You no longer require a controller or mobile device.

dji spark quick launch

HD Camera and 2-Axis Gimbal

The Spark features 1/2.3" sensor, one slightly bigger than those on most smartphones. It also features a Full HD camera unit capable of recording 1080p footage at up to 30fps and has the ability to take 12MP stills.

The camera is integrated into a 2-axis gimbal. This mechanical gimbal and it's use of DJI's ultrasmooth technology will keep your video footage incredibly smooth and shake free.

HD camera and gimbal

Intelligent Flight Modes

DJI have made even further improvements to features first seen on the Phantom 4 as well as introducing some new ones.

  • QuickShot - A new mode that will enable the Spark to take professional shots for you
  • ActiveTrack - First seen on the Phantom 4. ActiveTrack will lock on to objects of varying shapes and sizes and will accurately track them thanks to the computerised visual tracking system.
  • TapFly - TapFly enabled the user to simply tap an area on your phone screen and the drone will fly there while still using the obstacle avoidance system.
  • Gesture - The Spark can take off from, land on and be moved around with just your hand using the Palmcontrol side of this feature.In addtion to this you can gesture a framing action with your fingers to take a picture.

These new modes have certainly opened up a lot opportunities for those looking to get precise video footage in unique ways. As well as being extremely fun to play around with.

new intelligent modes

Learn more on our Blog

Looking to learn more about the DJI Spark? The RC Geeks blog has plenty of information on the new drone!

DJI Spark Release Information See all the DJI Spark articles

QuickShot Feature

The QuickShot feature introduces 4 new modes for taking photos and video.

  • Rocket - With this mode enabled, the camera will face straight down and the drone will ascend
  • Dronie - The camera will lock and focus on the subject and then start to fly backwards and upwards
  • Circle - The Spark will lock onto a subject and fly in a circle around it
  • Helix - Similar to the circle mode, Helix will start to circle/spiral the subject while slowly getting further away.
new quickshot mode

DJI Go 4 App and New Shooting Modes

The GO 4 App is DJI's latest app used with their most recent releases. New features have been integrated into this app for use with the Spark. The main highlight now being how incredibly easy it has become to edit together photos and videos to a professional level in just seconds. This new editing feature comes with a range of templates and filters so you can quickly edit videos and share them straight to social media.

One of the new shooting modes is Pano. The Spark will automatically adjust its gimbal and heading and shoot horizontal or vertical panoramas.
The other feature is ShallowFocus. This features uses the Sparks 3D vision technology to automatically lock onto the subject and blur out the background.

dji go 4 app new editing features

Specifications

  • Max Flight Time - 16 minutes
  • Max Speed - 31mph (Sports mode)
  • Dimensions - 143mm × 143mm × 55 mm
  • Camera Sensor - 1/2.3" CMOS - 12MP
  • Image Size - 3968×2976
  • Video Resolution - FHD: 1920×1080 30fps
  • Max Video Bitrate - 24 Mbps
  • Max Transmission Distance (Controller) - 1.2 miles (clear with no interference)
  • Max Transmission Distance (Smart Device Only) - ~100Yards
  • Flight Battery Capacity - 1480mah
  • Flight Battery Power/Voltage - LiPo 3S 11.4V
  • Flight Battery Energy - 16.87 Wh
  • Controller Battery Capacity - 2970mah
  • Gimbal Stabalization - 2-axis mechanical (pitch, roll)
  • Vision System Operating Range - 0-30m

Description


Seize The Moment

The DJI Spark is a palm sized craft and DJI's smallest drone to date. The spark is designed to be compact and extremely portable and has introduced as well as improved on many of DJI's signature features and technologies.

The Spark allows up to 16 minutes of flight time, a record for a drone of this small size and will also have a maximum control range of 1.2 miles. In sports mode this craft can fly at 50kph.

the new dji spark

Quick Launch and Simple Control

With the new FaceAware system, the DJI Spark can start up and take off straight from your hand just by recognising you. Simply hold it up and press the power button.

Similar to what we first saw with the Mavic, DJI have now improved on the hand gestures used to control several features. Using just the palm of your hand, you can control and move the aircraft as well as take photos. You no longer require a controller or mobile device.

dji spark quick launch

HD Camera and 2-Axis Gimbal

The Spark features 1/2.3" sensor, one slightly bigger than those on most smartphones. It also features a Full HD camera unit capable of recording 1080p footage at up to 30fps and has the ability to take 12MP stills.

The camera is integrated into a 2-axis gimbal. This mechanical gimbal and it's use of DJI's ultrasmooth technology will keep your video footage incredibly smooth and shake free.

HD camera and gimbal

Intelligent Flight Modes

DJI have made even further improvements to features first seen on the Phantom 4 as well as introducing some new ones.

  • QuickShot - A new mode that will enable the Spark to take professional shots for you
  • ActiveTrack - First seen on the Phantom 4. ActiveTrack will lock on to objects of varying shapes and sizes and will accurately track them thanks to the computerised visual tracking system.
  • TapFly - TapFly enabled the user to simply tap an area on your phone screen and the drone will fly there while still using the obstacle avoidance system.
  • Gesture - The Spark can take off from, land on and be moved around with just your hand using the Palmcontrol side of this feature.In addtion to this you can gesture a framing action with your fingers to take a picture.

These new modes have certainly opened up a lot opportunities for those looking to get precise video footage in unique ways. As well as being extremely fun to play around with.

new intelligent modes

Learn more on our Blog

Looking to learn more about the DJI Spark? The RC Geeks blog has plenty of information on the new drone!

DJI Spark Release Information See all the DJI Spark articles

QuickShot Feature

The QuickShot feature introduces 4 new modes for taking photos and video.

  • Rocket - With this mode enabled, the camera will face straight down and the drone will ascend
  • Dronie - The camera will lock and focus on the subject and then start to fly backwards and upwards
  • Circle - The Spark will lock onto a subject and fly in a circle around it
  • Helix - Similar to the circle mode, Helix will start to circle/spiral the subject while slowly getting further away.
new quickshot mode

DJI Go 4 App and New Shooting Modes

The GO 4 App is DJI's latest app used with their most recent releases. New features have been integrated into this app for use with the Spark. The main highlight now being how incredibly easy it has become to edit together photos and videos to a professional level in just seconds. This new editing feature comes with a range of templates and filters so you can quickly edit videos and share them straight to social media.

One of the new shooting modes is Pano. The Spark will automatically adjust its gimbal and heading and shoot horizontal or vertical panoramas.
The other feature is ShallowFocus. This features uses the Sparks 3D vision technology to automatically lock onto the subject and blur out the background.

dji go 4 app new editing features

Specifications

  • Max Flight Time - 16 minutes
  • Max Speed - 31mph (Sports mode)
  • Dimensions - 143mm × 143mm × 55 mm
  • Camera Sensor - 1/2.3" CMOS - 12MP
  • Image Size - 3968×2976
  • Video Resolution - FHD: 1920×1080 30fps
  • Max Video Bitrate - 24 Mbps
  • Max Transmission Distance (Controller) - 1.2 miles (clear with no interference)
  • Max Transmission Distance (Smart Device Only) - ~100Yards
  • Flight Battery Capacity - 1480mah
  • Flight Battery Power/Voltage - LiPo 3S 11.4V
  • Flight Battery Energy - 16.87 Wh
  • Controller Battery Capacity - 2970mah
  • Gimbal Stabalization - 2-axis mechanical (pitch, roll)
  • Vision System Operating Range - 0-30m

In The Box / Required

In the Box

  • DJI Spark Aircraft
  • Remote Controller
  • 8x Propellers
  • Propeller guard set
  • 2x Intelligent Flight Battery
  • Battery Charger
  • Power Cable
  • Battery Charging Hub
  • Micro USB Cable
  • Storage Case
  • Shoulder Bag

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When charging more than one battery on the multi charger does it charge both batteries to full or does it turn off when one battery reaches full.
When charging more than one battery on the multi charger and the batteries are at different levels of full. It seems to switch the battery charger off as soon as one of the batteries reaches full. You then have to remove the fully charged battery to get the other battery to carry on charging. Is this correct or am I doing something wrong.
John
  • Hi John,

    The charging hub is designed to either charge multiple batteries at once or multiple batteries in sequence, I would recommend checking which setting you are using.

    For any specific queries please feel free to email us at info@rcgeeks.co.uk

    Rory
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If I plug in the micro USB load in the back of the spark does it charge the battery straight away or do I have to switch the battery on first.
I do not know if I have to turn on the battery to get it to charge when plugging the USB lead into the back of the spark.
John
  • Hi John,

    The battery will charge when you plug the cable in, you do not need to turn the battery on.

    Rory
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Does the spark come with a memory card as on the dji store or do we need to purchase separately.
If you buy a spark from the dji store you get a free memory card with your purchase. Do you also supply this very card if purchased from yourselves.
John
  • Hi John,

    I'm afraid not, this is a DJI offer only.

    Rory
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Will the iPad mini 2 fit in the controllers arms ?


Danny Burke
  • Hi Danny,

    The IPad Mini just about fits in the spark controller. It would be better with a phone however I am sure you will be able to get some 3rd party mounts to make it fit better. 

    Thanks

    Alex
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When do you expect the spark in stock
Anonymous
  • Hi Paul, 

    We do not currently know when the Spark will be in stock.

    We are taking pre-orders to guarantee that you get your spark as soon as stock is allocated to you. 

    Thanks.

    Alex
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How long does the battery last?
How long does the battery last?
Derek Byrne
  • Hi, 

    The battery has a 16 minute flight time. 

    thanks

    Alex
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