The DJI Mavic Pro drone has just seen a price cut, down to $999.99 on Amazon.ca, which is $300 off the retail price of $1299, which marks the lowest price ever on the site, according to price tracker CamelCamelCamel. This matches the same $999 price on DJI’s website, but the latter is priced in American dollars.
The DJI Mavic Pro has full 1080p HD streaming plus a 4K camera and a range of 7 kilometres and can fly for up to 27 minutes. The drone can fly up to 65 km/h and its Active Track technology means it can follow a user automatically in flight. The dedicated remote controller allows users to attach their smartphone for maximum convenience during flights.
The drone debuted back in the fall of 2016 and current bundles on Apple.ca are still in the $1300 CAD price range.
Click here to jump on the DJI Mavic Pro from Amazon.ca for $999.99.
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