If you’re in the market for a drone with a camera this Black Friday, look no further than this excellent DJI Mavic Mini pack on Amazon.

Drone with camera Black Friday Deal


Mavic Mini Combined

Includes 3 Intelligent Flight batteries, 3 pairs of spare propellers, 2 micro USB cables, a pair of spare control sticks, 18 spare screws with screwdriver, 360 ° propeller guard, 2-way charging hub channels, a DJI 18W USB charger and a carrying case.

For just $ 300, you get the DJI Mavic Mini with a built-in 2.7K fixed and video camera, plus spare batteries, charger, controller, spare cables, propellers, and maybe better yet, a carrying case to protect everything from being knocked over.

The DJI Mini SE on its own costs $ 299 at Walmart, so this set is really a steal. If you’re unfamiliar with flying drones, the good news is that the DJI app makes it ridiculously easy. One press of a button launches your drone and another makes it land. If it gets too far away, you can press a button and it will climb to a safe altitude and find its way back to you. It is really quite amazing.

When it comes to image quality, this drone is quite good. It obviously can’t compete with the high-end professional drones that filmmakers use, but for the enthusiast, it produces great images and videos. The gimbal is almost magical, so you get an incredibly smooth video no matter what. Since this drone is so small, it’s blown more by the wind than its bigger and more expensive cousins, but this gimbal never gives it away.

If you want to get a drone with camera for yourself or as a gift, I highly recommend you check out this DJI Mavic Mini pack. It’s packed with features, flies off in the blink of an eye, and is super easy to carry even in a small backpack.

This is one of the many great Black Friday deals on Amazon running right now, so be sure to check them all out before Black Friday is in our rearview mirror.

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Seth Macy is the editor of IGN Commerce and just wants to be your friend. You can find him hosting the Nintendo Voice Chat podcast.


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