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DJI Introduces Black Friday Promotion

By admin In UAV News

05

Nov
2018

DJI Introduces Black Friday Promotion

Special Discount Up To £100 (€110) On DJI Drones, Handheld Products And Goggles RE

DJI, the world leader in civilian drones and aerial imaging technology, will offer discounted prices on its drones, handheld products and accessories, as part of its Black Friday promotion. The special offer will be available on Spark Combos, Mavic Air and Mavic Air Fly More Combo, DJI Goggles RE, Osmo Mobile 2 and also the Ryze Tello and Tello Boost Combo toy drone.

For those ready to take their first step into aerial photography or thinking to purchase their first drone, DJI encourages customers to take advantage of the £100 (€100) discount on the standalone Mavic Air or the Mavic Air Fly More Combo.

DJI’s Black Friday Promotion also includes the Spark, the smallest and most fun-to-fly mini drone that can be launched from the palm and controlled by hand gestures. Those looking to capture their inspirations and share their stories on-the-go can take advantage of the £50 (€60) discount on the Spark Controller Combo or enjoy £90 (€110) off the Spark Fly More Combo.

For those looking to create cinematic stories and videos with their smartphone or looking to enhance their flight experience in FVP, they can also enjoy special discounts on the Osmo Mobile 2 handheld stabilizer and DJI Goggles. DJI’s partner Ryze will also be offering the Tello Boost Combo at an exclusive promotional price of £119 (€129).

DJI’s Black Friday Promotion will be available on DJI’s online store and flagship stores from 22nd November 23:00 GMT (23rd November 00:00 CET) to 26th November 22:59 GMT (26th November 23:59 CET).

For discounted prices on select products please refer to the chart below.

Promotion Pricing Details

Model GBP/EUR
Spark Fly More Combo Original Price £579, €649
Promotional Price £489, €539
Spark Controller Combo Original Price £449, €499
Promotional Price £399, €439
Mavic Air Fly More Combo Original Price £949, €1049
Promotional Price £849, €949
Mavic Air Original Price £769, €849
Promotional Price £669, €749
DJI Goggles RE (Racing Edition) Original Price £549, €599
Promotional Price £449, €499
Osmo Mobile 2 Original Price £129, €149
Promotional Price £109, €119
Tello Boost Combo Original Price £139, €159
Promotional Price £119, €129
Tello Original Price £99, €109
Promotional Price £89, €99

Check store.dji.com for pricing in local currency and applicable countries. Above prices are subject to change without prior notice.

Mavic Air– The most portable camera drone for superior image quality

The Mavic Air is the most portable, foldable camera drone that delivers higher performance, more intelligent features and greater creative possibilities than any other consumer drone. For beginners, QuickShot modes, SmartCapture and 8 GB of onboard storage will make flying drones more fun and accessible. Shooting stabilized 4K video at 30 fps, the Mavic Air is most ideal for travelers and outdoor enthusiasts who want to capture stunning aerial images on the go. Mavic Air’s has a maximum flight time up to 21 minutes.

For more info: https://store.dji.com/product/mavic-air

Osmo Mobile 2 – Handheld gimbals for the storyteller in all of us

The Osmo Mobile 2 is a smartphone camera stabilizer that captures smooth videos and high-definition panoramas with cinematic movement and incredible ease. DJI’s industry-leading three-axis gimbal technology cancels out movement in three directions so your video stays steady even if your hands shake or wobble, while DJI’s built in SmoothTrack technology detects and compensates for your movement of the camera to ensure a smooth cinematic shot every time. A powerful built-in battery system lets you film for up to 15 hours, more than enough to handle live streams to social platforms like Facebook and YouTube.

For more info: https://store.dji.com/product/osmo-mobile-2

Spark – The smallest, most fun and easy-to-use mini drone

The Spark is an easy-to-use, fun-to-fly mini camera drone that can lift off from the palm of your hand to capture and share special moments on the go. Available in Alpine White, Sky Blue, Meadow Green, Lava Red, and Sunrise Yellow, the Spark is equipped with intelligent features such as QuickShot and ActiveTrack. Additionally, there is a new ‘Sphere’ mode which you can use to take 360 immersive photos. Spark’s camera can shoot up to 1080p HD videos and 12MP photos with a flight time of up to 16 minutes.

For more info: http://store.dji.com/product/spark

Tello – Feel the fun

The Tello is a toy drone that balances fun, form and function, with the goal to provide a fun and awesome flying experience for kids and the kid in every adult. Weighing less than 85g with a body that is approximately the size of a smartwatch, it can be activated with a quick toss and return to land in the palm of your hands in a matter of seconds. Tello is also programmable with Scratch, an MIT-developed coding system that allows kids and teens to learn the basics of programming. Kids can program their Tello to string multiple flips into a single command or create their own flight patterns using MIT Media Lab’s easy-to-use block-based coding interface called Scratch.

For more info: https://store.dji.com/product/tello/Preference

DJI Goggles RE – Immersive experience and total control in flight modes

The DJI Goggles RE is a first-person view system that will put you in the pilot’s seat to experience the thrill of drone racing like never before. The Racing Edition comes with an external video transmission and camera module for those who want to pair with other fixed-wing and multi-rotor aircrafts. Utilizing a 1/3” image sensor, the OcuSync Camera provides much higher-resolution video transmission than most analog FPV goggles on the market.

For more info: https://store.dji.com/product/dji-goggles-racing-edition

DJI is a global leader in developing and manufacturing civilian drones and aerial imaging technology for personal and professional use. DJI was founded and is run by people with a passion for remote-controlled helicopters and experts in flight-control technology and camera stabilization.

The company is dedicated to making aerial photography and filmmaking equipment and platforms more accessible, reliable and easier to use for creators and innovators around the world. DJI’s global operations currently span across the Americas, Europe and Asia, and its revolutionary products and solutions have been chosen by customers in over 100 countries for applications in filmmaking, construction, emergency response, agriculture, conservation and many other industries.

Published at Mon, 05 Nov 2018 13:31:45 +0000

{articles|100|campaign}Magnum Dopeus Demand Letter

The egregious DJI demand letter makes people wonder just who is in control of the airspace integration narrative. The reality of the situation is that person works for DJI, which is a Chinese Toy Company. The man that conducted the research does impact physics research at UDRI for a living, his bio is below.

We must also remember that the person making the demands on behalf of DJI for the retraction is the same person that gave a consensus on the 250-gram FAA drone registration.

Don’t We Want To See Drone Technology Flourish?

The demand letter makes flawed assumptions.

The top speed of the Airplane; the Mooney M20 family of aircraft had several power plant variations.

Closing speed: the forward velocity of two objects that are approaching each other.

Birds don’t strike the leading edge of the wings.

A Factor of safety (FoS) expresses how much stronger a system is than it needs to be for an intended load.

How many Phantom 2s were sold or are still flying today? Is there a way to find out? (I sent an email to DJI asking for an estimate.)

People don’t fly DJI drones over 400’ AGL.

The work was done with the input of Sinclair which is part of ASSURE.

Is the research perfect? No, I do not believe it is perfect just like anything else. Is it better than the data the Drone industry has? Yes, much better than the independent studies that we have—which is none. Before the Registration Task Force, I had approached the Small UAV Coalition (DJI was still a member at the time) about funding some research. The work was to be done by NASA under the supervision of an independent Principal Investigator. The members, to the best of my knowledge, were not interested. Some even suggested that the FAA should pay for all of the research. I also suggested pealing off a few million dollars for kinetic energy testing on the NASA UAS into the NAS call before the UTM project kickoff. I guess NASA folks on the call did not dig the idea of trying to define the risk that drones pose to the NAS before figuring out how to manage the airspace?

In closing, I would caution folks against the armchair Monday morning engineering, as it just makes the community look foolish. A lot of science has gone into aviation safety, and just because a catastrophic event hasn’t happened, that is no guarantee that it cannot happen. That argument is not science; it is luck. What we need as an industry is our own data (self-funded) that we can use to prove our point scientifically without conjecture and feelings. The regulatory situation has by in large been based on feelings, opinions, and conjecture, and many people believe it is getting worse and not better.

UDRI’s statement –

https://udayton.edu/blogs/udri/18-09-13-risk-in-the-sky.php?fbclid=IwAR1LhZzIBEj0H26KTn-RDKN4IodZ7WmB1cmK2kMbBVHJmZQxHKCipftwYv0

Kevin Poormon’s bio from the website –https://udayton.edu/directory/udri/appliedmechanics/poormon-kevin.php

Kevin Poormon

Group Leader, Impact Physics – Distinguished Research Engineer

PROFILE

Mr. Poormon has been involved in over 100 research programs involving foreign object damage (FOD), which includes bird strike testing, hail impact testing, and turbine/fan blade containment. Mr. Poormon has performed bird strike testing of aircraft transparencies, fan blades, fan platforms, spinners, OGVs, IGVs, and engine inlet structures. In addition, he conducts tests for Crash Survivable Memory Units used in flight data recorders to certify impact shock survivability. Kevin is responsible for the development and design of range facility improvements and modifications necessary to meet special test requirements. Kevin has an extensive background in the use of high-rate data collection equipment, flash radiography, and high-speed cameras used to record terminal ballistic events.

In support of the University’s two-stage, light-gas gun facilities, Kevin has been involved with several programs investigating the effectiveness of various meteoroid and orbital debris protection shields utilized on the space station. He has also been a principal investigator for several armor penetration programs. In these programs, Kevin evaluated the penetration performance of various long rod penetrators into steel, aluminum, ceramic, and limestone. Much of the experimental data produced in these programs was used to validate or modify hydrocode models of penetration characteristics.

EDUCATION
M.S., Mechanical Engineering, University of Dayton, 1988
B.S., Mechanical Engineering, University of Dayton, 1987

AFFILIATIONS
Hypervelocity Impact Society (HVIS)

Published at Mon, 05 Nov 2018 13:16:53 +0000

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