Unboxing DJI Spark Drone

September 02, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

I took Michael down to Roberts Camera in Indianapolis and persuaded him to part with some of the studio's equipment fund and look at possibly a lens for the Fujifilm X-T1, a durable tripod or possibly a drone.  We came away with the DJI Spark as Michael wanted to get move up a couple of notches from his previous drone (an inexpensive practice drone) to a more mid-level and mid-cost version.

Roberts Camera is one of our favorite places to shop even though we have to drive 3 hours to get there.  Their staff has always been knowledgeable and helpful to us, and they let us wonder around for hours without kicking us out.

 

picture of photographer holding DJI Spark droneRoberts Camera StoreMichael with his new Drone picture of DJI Spark boxThe DJI Spark boxThis is how the DJI Spark is packaged when you get the upgraded package that has the extra battery and remote control. picture of broken seal on boxMichael broke the seal!Well after breaking the seal there is no turning back now, better go ahead and open it! picture of DJI Spark box contentsWhat's inside the boxHere is the leather carrying case and manual holder and the foam case for the drone picture of the DJI Spark manualsRTFMThe manuals picture of the DJI Spark foam caseThe foam caseInside this clamshell case is the Spark drone picture of the DJI SparkThis is the drone you are looking for.Michael got the white one since they did not have a purple one, although the blue one if they had it would have been nice also. picture of the DJI Spark battery chargerWhat else comes in the box?Here is the USB cable and the battery charger which has 3 slots but you only get 2 batteries in the kit. picture of the battery charger and USB cableCloseup of the battery chargerI think we need another battery! picture of the inside of the travel packInside the travel caseOoo, silica gel pack...yum...er, I mean, DO NOT EAT! picture of accessories for DJI SparkWhat is inside travel backThe extra kit comes with prop protectors and the all important controller, oh and the AC brick for the charger


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