DJI have got a little treat for those who have been thinking about investing in a DJI Mavic Air drone.
For the next four days, anyone who goes to the DJI website and purchases a Mavic Air Fly More Combo will get a bonus Tello Ryze drone.
But why buy a Mavic Air drone in the first place?
This small popular drone was introduced by DJI at the beginning of this year, lies somewhere between the DJI Mavic Pro and the DJI Spark.
It retails at $US799, although you can also level up and get the Mavic Air Fly More Combo – currently on sale for only $US999.
The Fly More Combo is usually $US1,112 – which means even more savings as well as the Tello drone bonus – and includes more accessories and a travel bag to keep your drone safe and flying longer.
For those purchasing the Mavic 2 on its own, DJI will throw in a free battery.
The Mavic Air is around the same size as the DJI Spark, but has the advantage that it can be folded up for easy transport.
It can also be controlled by gesture just like the DJI Spark – which is great for taking ‘dronies’, as drone selfies are called.
The Mavic Air has another feature that the Spark lacks – the Mavic Pro’s 4K video – which takes it next level for any aspiring aerial photographer.
With DJI’s trusty 3-axis gimbal, 27 minutes flight time and a 12MP camera, the Mavic Air is definitely worth checking out.
Overall, it’s a nifty addition to anyone with an interest in getting into aerial photography, or simply wanting to be able to capture a different perspective to their travels.
Getting a Tello Ryze drone for free as well when you purchase a Mavic Air Fly More Combo – well that’s got to be a chance that’s not to be missed – and with only four days left on that offer, we reckon you should at least check it out.
So, how do you get hold of this free Tello drone when you buy a Mavic Air Fly More Combo?
Remember, you’ll also get a bonus Tello drone worth $99, but you’ve only got four days left!
You’ll be able to use the Tello Ryze drone to learn to fly a drone, or polish your skills if you’re already an accomplished drone pilot.
If you’re still not convinced, check out our comparison of the Mavic Air against the Yuneec Mantis Q.
This article has been edited to correct the bonus offers on sale from DJI.