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DJI Mavic Pro $1,478.96, DJI Mavic Pro Fly More Combo $1,913.96 at Ted's Cameras

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This new Quadcopter from DJI, the Mavic Pro is ideal for the space conscious user, able to fold down to a much more compact size during transport. In flight the Mavic Pro is a capable performer, typical of the brand, with features such as a 7km range and top speed of 64Km/h. For recording your in air pursuits you are gifted with 4K resolution that is stabilised for smoother results, while a host of other inclusions such as GPS, Obstacle avoidance and WiFi make for a pleasing, versatile user experience.

· 27 Min flight time
· 4K Video
· Portable folded size
· Built-in WiFi and GPS
· Obstacle Avoidance technology

Original RRP $2,199.95. Also note that this is also eligible for TRS if you are travelling so minus another 11% = $1,316.27


The Fly More combo includes extra accessories to keep you up in the air and recording for even greater periods.

Combo includes
· Car charger
· Battery to powerbank adapter
· Shoulder bag
· Battery charging hub
· Intelligent flight battery X2 & quick release folding adapters X2

Original RRP $2,199.95 Also note that this is also eligible for TRS if you are travelling so minus another 11% = $1,703.42

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  • +5 votes

    This one goes above the clouds it amazing. One day soon I will be rich and afford it

    • +5 votes

      The maximum altitude is limited by software, I believe to either 400m or 500m. It is still way above the CASA legal limit of 120m.

      • +2 votes

        pretty sure the 120m limit is only "In controlled airspace, which covers most Australian cities, you must not fly higher than 120 metres (400 feet) above the ground."

        Edit: where to find uncontrolled airspace is the trick.

  • +2 votes

    Here's a + since I like this quad, but I think you can still get it for around 1400 from UAVdepot if the listing is available although the 10% off code is a different one now.

    • +2 votes

      PS: if you are going overseas, this would be a better choice since you can claim TRS on this and get it down to 1343 :)

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        Correct, and duly noted in the description.

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          noticed that mate, just a slight correction, the GST refund is actually around 9% (1/11 to be precise). Cheers!

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        Pretty sure uavdepot don't issue a tax invoice so no trs… oops missed you were talking about Ted's..

      • -2 votes

        Dumb question. Do you have to carry it with you to show them the good or just the receipt?

      • -1 vote

        Does anyone know how will they issue the invoice for pre orders?

        I'm still 3 months away from my trip but want to make sure I do have this before my trip.

        If I do get the drone in 2 months time worst case, will they issue a new invoice dated when the drone is shipped? Or will the invoice dated today?

        • +1 vote

          I'm guessing they'll issue the invoice on the date of the shipment.

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          It should be invoiced on the date they charge your credit card. So if you have to pre-pay, then the invoice date is the order date. If they only charge your card when they ship, then it will be the shipping date.

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          @Sleepycat3: They charged my credit card already. If its a pre-order and they deliver the drone in 2 months time, with what you're saying I'll be left with only 10 months warranty from the invoice date. Wouldn't that be against consumer law?

        • +1 vote

          Asked Live Chat for you, they said the invoice date will be the date of the product shipping to you, not the date of the pre-order. :)

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          @deepansh:
          To get the discount you would need to make a deposit in full on a customer order before the end of trade tomorrow. (15th/1st)

          When the goods are in stock you would be contacted and the goods sold out on an invoice (dated the day of supply)

          If stock arrived early there should be no issue waiting a week to collect stock, to be able to claim GST at the airport, just let the store know and they should be able to help you out there.

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    You forgot 1.9% cashrewards so $1450
    But in USA $999US gets you fly more pack which converted is $1326!
    Au Tax and profit from sellers!

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    Not sure if I'm missing something. But once you add to cart and go to checkout it shows full normal price.

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    Maybe the 13% discount doesn't apply for preorders?

  • +2 votes

    Please put pre-order in title

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    Unlikely to get TRS on any of these. You have to order it, receive it and be travelling within 60 days of the first step.
    Generally orders have been taking around 1 to 2 months, so you'd have to be pretty lucky for this to fall within your window.
    I was hoping to get one before I travel to Japan in 10 days… Don't like my chances.

  • +2 votes

    I've got one of these. Love it. Lots of restrictions here and overseas though. So please do your research.

    CASA guidelines for Australia:
    https://www.casa.gov.au/modelaircraft

    Laws/restrictions in other countries:
    https://uavsystemsinternational.com/drone-laws-by-country/

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      How strict are the in enforcing these?

      "You must not fly closer than 30 metres to vehicles, boats, buildings or people." This pretty much limits it to nowhere really.

      • +3 votes

        Yeah, I don't condone stupidity, but there are definitely non-certified drone police out there.

      • +2 votes

        CASA have no one doing proactive inspections. To report anyone, you need their details.
        CASA are also trying to infer that their guidelines are laws, when they are not. Essentially the CASA guidelines if applied would mean that nobody could fly any drone anywhere, even in your own home or back yard.

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          Sure except you could get done by your own silliness (posting a Bunnings snag run video for example).

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          Is it not the law? If it isn't then how can the issue a fine for not following it?

          I'm genuinely asking as I'm researching whether it's worthwhile to invest in UAV or not.

          I'm not planning to do anything stupid or danger the public but their guidelines are also a bit stupid to be honest.

        • +2 votes

          Basically, like most things AU, you can't really do much with it 'legally'.

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          @noone: I do my best to follow CASA's guidelines. But there have been instances where I've brought the Mavic in to land and kids run in and try to catch it thinking it's a toy. I've had to abort my landing and I've had to resort to landing on my car to keep clear of people.

          I think realistically like with most things. You'll get in trouble if you do something stupid or just plain bad luck.

          I'd certainly review my footage before publishing it to the internet. I've seen some people remove pictures where it clearly shows the UAV being used against CASA's guidelines.

          Having said the above. The Mavic is a lot of fun to fly and it takes stunning pictures and video.

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          @bluechan: Thanks for your input.

          My main purpose would be just for private photos and videos of holidays so I won't be publishing stuff on the internet.

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          @noone: In that case have a look at the second link I posted. So far I've taken it to China and Malaysia. I was flagged down by Chinese police on most occasion when I tried to fly. I didn't have any trouble in Malaysia. Although I went during monsoon season so didn't have that many opportunities to fly there… A friend of mine sent me a picture from South Korea where he was skiing. Showing a big sign saying NO DRONES ALLOWED. So yeah some countries are more UAV friendly than others.

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          @bluechan:

          Depends on your location - did you try to fly in a city area in China? You could have been close to a sensitive area (a lot of Asian countries are very touchy about this for example police stations, government buildings etc).

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        They must have some really smart people phrasing it that way to prevent any drone from flying.

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      One more thing. If you do buy this UAV. I highly recommend an Android app called "UAV Forecast". It provides you weather data and it warns you if you are near airports or helipads.

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    Online chat have advised that due to a large number of orders this morning waiting time up to 4 weeks. Will see what other offers come up elsewhere now that stock starting to appear.

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      And I'm the opposite - have bought large ticket items from them at substantial discounts. I predict karma will struggle, that price does not include a camera at all and none of the avoidance features of the mavic.

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    Thinking of getting this. Does the Fly More Combo worth it? Or should I just go with the single drone itself?

    TIA!

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      I personally think the combo is worth it. The extra batteries can double as a power bank with the supplied adapter. Very handy when traveling.

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      You're on OzBargain. The drone itself wi do the job and you can buy the eztra parts that you need after for cheaper. And only the parts that you need. The leather carrying case is way over priced.

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      I personally think the bag is too small. The mavic and controller are a tight fit with 2 extra batteries in the side pockets. There isn't enough room to fit chargers in the bag.

      The rest of the stuff is up to you. Will you be charging batteries in your car? Do you need the Battery to USB converter? The charging hub is useful and so will the extra props. Extra batteries are a must if you want to fly for more than 20 minutes.

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      The basic pack also includes two spare props.

      I got the basic pack and batteries separately, then got a three way AC charger and $15 car charger from fleabay. Also got a much better bag (IMO) for $28.

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      if you can claim TRS, then fly more combo is worth it, if not you should be able to buy the drone and then purchase whatever you need separately at a cheaper rate.

  • +1 vote

    For those interested in the TRS scheme for the GST, just spoke with Live Chat about the dating of the invoice. Emma from Live support confirmed that the invoice will be dated on the day the item is shipped not the day the item is purchased/pre-ordered. Hope that helps any fellow travelers out.

  • +8 votes

    It's a good drone. I bought one from China in November because it was cheaper (about AUD$1550 it was the flymore package). For $1914 local Aussie stock it's not bad at all.
    Just had a trip to Tasmania with it and used it to take more photos and videos than my proper camera. It's incredibly stable for its size. People kept asking me about it. Happy to show a video clip I made using the drone and the DJI GO app on iPhone.
    https://www.skypixel.com/pilot/videos/share/tasmania-drone-c...

  • +1 vote

    Got a flymore

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    Hi Guys. Can someone explain me the way to claim TRS please?
    I am gonna buy 5d mark4, 24-70, and 16-35.
    So when I claim the TRS at the airport(Adelaide), do I have take all the products,boxes and receipt that I purchased? or I can just take receipt?

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        Thanks mate.
        I need take all the products and receipt.
        However, If I purchase DJI mavic pro today and It seem like it can not be delivered by time I go overseas.
        For this case, what can I do? I don't have physical product with me.
        Does anyone has any idea with this case?

    • +1 vote

      You'll realise with the 24-70 (if you're getting the 2.8), you'll hardly take out the 16-35 to use due to overlap. You may want to re-evaluate buying both the 16-35 and 24-70. You'll better off be with one zoom and one prime for extra low light.

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        I have the 16-35 f4 and 24-70 2.8 and funnily enough, the 16-35 spends the most time on my body. It's such a sharp versatile lens.

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          That's really down to preference also.

          I personally go for 16-35 f2.8 as well as my base with either the 50 f1.2, 85 f1.2 or 135 f2 depending on location and event. My travel setup is 16-35 and 50 and I hardly ever take out the 24-70 f2.8 or 70-200 2.8…it sits in the safe almost all year round… might consider selling it at some point.

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