DJI Mavic Air drone with extra batteries and propellers on presale for RM589 less

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  • Thursday, 15 Feb 2018

DJI's new Mavic Air is a smaller, lighter and faster drone.

Early birds are in for a treat as the DJI's latest model, the Mavic Air, is being discounted RM589 during the presale period.  

The drone is being sold on Shopee by the N4 Camera Store at RM4,188, down from RM4,299, for the DJI Mavic Air Fly More Combo, which comes with additional batteries and propellers. 

It is also offering a promo code (N4CARM589), which knocks off an additional RM589 from the price. This brings down the price to RM3,599, almost the same price as the standard DJI Mavic Air package which goes for RM3,490.00

The N4 Camera Store has a 4.9 out of 5 rating on Shopee and claims its units are from the original Malaysia distributor stock with one-year warranty. 

The DJI Mavic Air is an ultra portable drone nearly the size of a smartphone when folded, and has a 4K 30fps (frames per second) capable camera attached to a three-axis gimbal.

It's billed to have a top speed of 68.4kmph in sports mode and a maximum flight time of 21 minutes, while its Advanced Pilot Assistance Systems allows the drone to bypass obstacles in front of and behind it.

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