- The spark knows? to convince with a triaxial gimbal, electronic stabilization is therefore not of note.
- But then there is no 4K resolution, but only Full HD.
- Focus on aerial photography and does not shy away from a few euros more in the purchase back, then the Spark will probably hold entry into the domestic hangar.
- The automatic flight maneuvers, but especially the tracking of a person via Active Track, make aerial photography easy for everyone.
- For a selfie drone, the image quality of the Spark is fine.
- Videos can be created in up to Full HD resolution at 30 frames per second.
- By contrast, with the smartphone, the controller is not a great pleasure.
- In any case, with the optional remote control, the Spark can be better controlled, thanks to sports mode, it flies then even faster.
- The Spark is only partially comparable with the sister model Mavic Pro.
- While the Spark is designed primarily for spontaneous snapshots, the Mavic Pro with longer battery life and 4K resolution video is great for mobile filmmakers who want to take great pictures despite their compact size.
- The gesture control is simply awesome and just fun.
- In mode, the gesture mode of the Spark has proven to be very reliable
- Looking at the recorded videos and pictures, you notice that the quality of the recordings is really good.
- Although the Spark is significantly smaller compared to other camera drones, thanks to GPS and sensors it holds the position perfectly and the powerful engines are also able to compensate Boen.
- The DJI Spark is a miniature quadcopter that incorporates all the advanced technologies of.
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