Just a comparison video for the benefit of anyone curious.

on a side note, it is strange that DJI has decided to make you connect to the controller via wifi (and has decided to use a stunted mavic controller), i found that you could connect via cable to the dji application via USB because my wifi connection was horrendous and i had no internet when connected to the wifi. Just thought i would share this anywhere i can so anyone who decided to buy the spark can see this feature, this should also in theory improve the range of the drone because there is less interference.

Link to the phantom pilots thread: http://www.phantompilots.com/threads/dji-spark-unboxing-hidden-feat...

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Comment by Jared Reabow on June 20, 2017 at 1:17am

Comment by Gary McCray on June 21, 2017 at 10:55am

Hi Jared, my friend Oliver brought over his Spark the other day and I was very impressed with it to.

He also has a Mavic Pro, but for ready to go use, the Spark is his new go to copter.

I was very impressed with it's flight and video stability as well.

From my recollection he did not seem to be having a problem with color accuracy such as you were showing.

I will probably be getting a Spark myself as I really like how unobtrusive (and unnoticeable) it is in comparison with my Solos, it also seems a lot less finicky.

Excellent video, I think the Spark will end up selling very well.

Best Regards,


Comment by Jared Reabow on June 21, 2017 at 2:54pm

Hey thanks for the comment.

I would say the other thing i dislike about l the spark sadly is the gimble locks out in sport mode meaning the video rocks


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