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DJI Spark Quadcopter Drone

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About this product

Overview

Product overview

• Exciting DJI drone with Full HD camera
• Fly at up to 31 miles per hour (in sport mode)
• Maximum flight time of up to 16 minutes
• Use gestures and hand motions to control your drone
• Two-axis mechanical gimbal
• Compatible with MicroSD cards up to 64GB (Class 10 required)
• Without a permit, the legal range for a drone to fly is below 120m and always in the line of sight from the operator
• Take a look at The Drone Code or The IAA (ROI) for everything you need to be aware of when flying your drone


Please be aware that the DJI Spark controller is sold separately, available here: Item code A51XW

Please note: If you already own a DJI Spark or are purchasing a Spark from us you will need the latest firmware update. When prompted on the DJI GO 4 app, simply download the new firmware. If you experience any issues, please contact our technical team by emailing technical@maplin.co.uk or calling 0333 400 9500 and selecting the technical support option.


Great value, feature packed drone

The DJI Spark is a slimmed down drone, making flying more accessible to everyone. Despite it being an entry level drone, it is still packed with fantastic features. A Full HD camera will record at 1920x1080p directly onto a MicroSD card. The 12-megapixel camera, with single shot and burst shooting modes, can take brilliant quality still photographs too. The Spark can take a memory card of up to 64GB to make sure that you make the most out of your drone’s camera.

Intelligent flight modes

The Spark has the same smart, reliable intelligent flight modes that you will find in DJI’s high end drones. ActiveTrack allows you to stay on target, as the drone will automatically recognise different shapes and sizes and will then track them, basing this on what they are and how fast they move. TapFly mode allows you to tap on your phone screen and your drone will fly in the direction that you have tapped, avoiding any obstacles in its way. Gesture recognition allows you to take selfies with hand motions. Raise your arms or wave, even make a frame with your fingers, and you can manoeuvre your Spark and take photos. With Palmcontrol you can get the Spark to follow your hand movements, take off or even land, in the palm of your hand.

High quality camera
The 1.2/3-inch CMOS sensor and 81.9-degree field of view give you a shooting range from two metres, to as far as you can see. The Spark has an ISO range for shooting still photographs of 100-1600, and of 100-3200 for shooting video, with an electronic shutter speed of 2-1/8000s. The two-axis mechanical gimbal will control both pitch and roll for greater image stabilisation.

Fantastic shooting modes

The DJI Spark has brilliant shooting modes for both still photography and video. Shoot panoramas, horizontally and vertically, by automatically adjusting the gimbal and heading in Pano mode. Use the Shallowfocus mode to use the Sparks 3D technology to create photos with a shallow depth of field. Using Quickshot you can take videos with just a tap. You can use this mode to shoot brilliant video footage with cinematic composition. Rocket mode will ascend with the camera pointing downwards, whereas Dronie will fly backwards and upwards, with the camera locked on to the specific subject. Circle mode will circle around your target and Helix mode will fly upwards and spiral around your subject.

Packed full of DJI features

Featuring DJI’s Sport Mode, the Spark can take advantage of quicker acceleration, reaching a maximum ascent speed of three metres per second, and a top speed of 31 miles per hour (50kp/h). This drone also takes advantage of the DJI Auto Landing mode, which will automatically land your drone, up to a maximum descent speed of three metres per second. The Spark features the DJI 3D sensing system, which gives you an obstacle sensing range of up to sixteen feet. This means that you drone will sense obstacles that are larger than 20x20 centimetres, in its path, up for five metres away.

 

Specification

Construction

Indoor / Outdoor:

Indoor and Outdoor

Warranty

Warranty:

1

Operating Specifications

Operating Frequency:

2.4GHz
5.8GHz

Maximum Range:

100

Flight Time:

16 Minutes

Memory Card Slot:

Yes

Compatible Memory Card:

Micro SD

Maximum Memory Card:

64

Dimensions & Weight

Width:

143

Depth:

143

Height:

55

Weight:

300

Contents

Package Contents:

DJI Spark Drone
Pair of propellers
Intelligent Flight Battery
Charger
MicroUSB Cable
Storage Box

Image Specifications

Recording:

Yes

Video Format:

MP4

Realtime Video:

Yes

Power Specifications

Battery Type:

Lithium Polymer

Battery Capacity:

1480

Camera Specification

Camera Resolution:

1920 x 1080

General

Type:

Drone

Will this drone be able to stream video back to the controller to then output as HDMI

Asked by: davesipaq
This will only be able to stream video to your phone, You will not be able to output this via HDMI. You would have to record the footage onto the SD card and play it back through a computer
Answered by: Dale
Date published: 2017-06-29

Do you supply extra batteries?

Asked by: Steve
Unfortunately we do not have a spare battery for this item .
Answered by: darren cordon
Date published: 2017-06-27

Please clarify the range of this drone. In the specifications it says 30 metres which does not seem to make sense to me. Is this an error?

Asked by: Major Mike
Information taken directly from DJI's website; 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.
Answered by: James
Date published: 2017-06-25

Can this drone be operated using one hand only?

Asked by: Mr WOO
Typically the operation of the flight controller or the phone app for controlling the craft would require two handed control. Full details of all the products features, advantages and benefits can be found on the official DJI web page. http://www.dji.com/spark/info
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2017-06-23

Would be better if you added to the specs that this package does not include the remote controller and as such can only be flown on wifi with limited speed, height and distance.

Asked by: Andy
I would refer you to the package contents part on the items specifications that show's what is included.
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2017-06-21

gps functions?

Asked by: details
Satellite Positioning Systems - GPS/GLONASS *taken from DJI's website.*
Answered by: James
Date published: 2017-06-21

Do i need license to fly dji spark drone

Asked by: Victor
This would depend on the purpose for the flight and location. If you are complying with the CAA guidelines for recreational drone flight, a basic summary of which is linked below, then no, if this is for professional use or use within areas restricted by the CAA Drone Code, then completion of an RPAS course may be required to obtain the required permissions. If you are unsure we would advise contacting the CAA for further clarification. https://maplindownloads.s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/TheDroneCode-10109.pdf
Answered by: Gareth
Date published: 2017-06-05

Will Spark be able to identify a different person as a pilot each time ?

Asked by: pamir
Spark does not distinguish separate pilots.The spark is controlled with the mobile app or by gesture control. Anyone will be able to control it as a pilot with the linked app. The follow modes are done by selecting the person subject on the screen to follow that one person.
Answered by: Michael Forde
Date published: 2017-06-26
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