Dji hiking their prices to the moon once again, near £900 for a mini ffs. The mini 2 was around £420, so doubled their prices for the sake of a touch screen in the controller that probably cost a tenner tops.
I don't mind DJI charging a premium as in my limited experience its pretty good quality stuff, software and hardware wise.I think it's more a case of seeing what Autel are charging for the Nano+ and slightly undercutting it. They are charging what they can get away with basically.
Nice one. Enjoy.No stock within 80 miles for me so glad I preordered for delivery today.
Agreed.Sadly I was late to the party and my fly more kit wont be here until the 30th May. they are harder to buy than the drone!
I used coverdrone last time I owned a DJI drone. covers more than public liability from memory
You need a flyer ID and an operator ID. You need to display the operator ID on the craft.
The Mini 3 is <250g so can fly in many places heavier craft would require an A2 licence. It has a camera and so doesn't qualify as a toy unfortunately.
With regards to the controller; I've gone with the one with the screen. Much less faff and no need to worry about getting a call in the middle of a flight when using my phone.
Look at it this way, the basic RC is the same one that is used with the Mini 2, Air 2, Air 2S, and Mavic 3. There are plenty on Ebay you can pick up and use if you find that the advanced controller is too heavy or large and you want to use your phone.
If your drone or model aircraft is below 250g or C0 class, the person flying it does not need a flyer ID.
Nice one. Enjoy.
I originally ordered one from Amazon and today was the delivery date. But there wasn't any signs of it being delivered. So I got it from Argos and cancelled the Amazon order.
I still need to wait until Tuesday (fingers crossed) for the Fly More kit though.