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DJI's Phantom 4 Advanced "Plus" drone with 1080p built-in display controller is just $1049 - today only

DJI's Phantom 4 Advanced drone is probably soon to be replaced by the next generation of Phantoms, but that means the deals on these drones are going to be flying fast and furious over the coming months. Today, we've got the lowest price ever for the 4 Advanced "Plus" package, which includes a remote controller with an attached 1080p display. These model GL300E remotes go for $300-400 on the open market (they're not available for purchase separately), and the smartphone mount version of the Phantom 4 Advanced has never dipped below $849 (and is rarely below $1100), making this version with the built-in display controller a heck of a deal.

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DJI Smart Controller for Mavic 2 debuts with Android, high-brightness display, and $650 price tag

Yesterday at CES 2019, DJI announced the new Smart Controller for its Mavic 2 lineup. This Android-powered handheld runs the DJI Go 4 app and features a high-brightness display. It goes on sale immediately for $650.

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DJI Mimo app for Osmo Pocket video editing hits Play Store

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DJI announces Osmo Pocket, a tiny, 3-axis stabilized 4K camera for $349

DJI makes all kinds of techy video gear, like drones and stabilized video cameras. The company is back at it with the Osmo Pocket, a diminutive camera that actually does fit in your pocket. The little guy can shoot 4K video at 60 frames per second, and its sensor is stabilized on a gimbal for super smooth footage.

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DJI's Black Friday deals go live, including $100 off Mavic Air and many more

Popular drone manufacturer DJI has started its Black Friday sales a day early, with some decent savings to be had across its range of products. The Mavic Air, one of the company's best sellers, can be had for $100 off (even $110 off at Amazon), but there are other inviting discounts too.

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[Deal Alert] Amazon has the DJI Mavic 2 Zoom for $1,189 ($60 off)

In the world of drones, DJI holds a lot of sway and popularity. I'll admit, I don't know much about them since I have other expensive hobbies, but I know DJI is important. That's a start, right? Anyway, if you've been looking at one of the new pricey models, Amazon is slashing $60 off the $1,249 MSRP of the Mavic 2 Zoom, meaning you can grab one for yourself for $1,189.

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DJI announces the Mavic 2 with industry leading Pro and Zoom camera options

If you have the desire to take some stunning aerial video footage and imagery, as well as pretty deep pockets, a camera drone could be for you. They seem to have increased in popularity over the past few years, as prices become less crazy and the technology improves. DJI is one of the biggest names in the drone space, and it's just announced it's most advanced hardware yet.

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[Deal Alert] The DJI Spark with remote controller is $349 at B&H

When Jeff reviewed in super amazing detail the DJI Spark drone, he loved nearly everything about it from its portability to its build quality and resulting images, but two of his main concerns were related to the terrible Android app and the lack of a controller in the box. Back then, it would have cost you $499 to get the Spark alone and then $150 for the controller, which saves you from using the app a lot. Now, a mere 5 months later, both can be had in one neat bundle at B&H for $349 total. That's nearly half the price.

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DJI's new Mavic Air is a smaller Mavic Pro that shoots 4K and costs $799

DJI has unveiled today the new model in its lineup, the DJI Mavic Air. The Air will retail starting at $799, fitting nicely between the cheaper DJI Spark and the higher-end Mavic Pro. The new drone had already been leaked quite extensively, and it appears that the specs were pretty much spot-on. The Air will begin shipping on January 28 to consumers and features a more lightweight construction similar to the Spark and a 3-axis gimbal like the Mavic Pro.

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DJI's new Osmo Mobile 2 offers 15 hours of shooting time for $129, less than half its predecessor's price

Nobody wants to watch shakycam footage, but it's not practical to bring a dedicated video camera rig everywhere. The DJI Osmo Mobile helped solve that problem, enabling users to get incredibly smooth video out of their phones' cameras, but it was pretty pricey at $299. The Osmo Mobile 2 fixes that issue and several other ones, with vastly improved battery life, support for portrait video, and more.

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