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[Pre Order] DJI Mavic Air 2 Fly More Combo - $1614.15 Delivered @ Johnny Appleseed

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The current 15% off sitewide sale at Johnny Appleseed brings the DJI Mavic Air 2 Fly More Combo down to $1,614.15, which I think is a pretty awesome price. Stock is expected on 19 May. Good luck finding a bigger discount in the next few weeks. RRP is $1,900.

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  • Been very itch to fly my mp2 back to air again.

  • So tempting! Time to sell my mavic mini fly more…

    • Ditto. Wonder how much we can get for the Mini Fly More…

    • I was tempted to trade up. But..! Check the new mini firmware update. We now have manual WB, ISO and Shutter speed controls. Added 24fps 2.7k mode. And other improvements. Pretty good firmware upgrade for a basic drone.

  • https://www.ja-gps.com.au/DJI/mavic-air-2/
    im gonna buy this, is fly more combo worth the extra 350 bucks? anyone tell me pls xDDD

  • Thanks OP, but I don't have money at the moment:(

  • $509 For DJI Mavic mini also which is cheapest I've seen

    D1store near me just price matched so im on my way to pick one up

        • CCP are monitoring my Kmart fleecey pants

        • There's a difference between made in China and Owned by Chinese state companies (see ccp) which is what XN is referring too.

          • @nomoneynoproblems: Because everything thats apparently bad about China for stealing your information is only speculation, concerns (as the article actually says) or apparent risks. None of this was every verified or proven.

            Unlike however, the NSA and PRISM and proven by Snowden's leaks that no one ever talks about anymore because Murica.

            Oh.. we better friends with Murcia than the Chinese? I'll leave that conclusion to you on why this is the case despite China being number one partner to Australia and contributes a huge % of our GDP.

            • @bchliu: Hmmm handing over data to an authoritarian regime, what could go wrong. I wonder what would happen if the ccp had Mack Hortons folks information, probably more 50 cent shills tracking their every move.

              Snowden just confirmed what everyone else knew. The Patriot ACT didn't exactly make things a secret.

              • @nomoneynoproblems:

                Hmmm handing over data to an authoritarian regime, what could go wrong

                That's a presumption. Again, if there were concrete evidence as much as what Snowden delivered, then it would be proof and not speculation "concern".

                Snowden just confirmed what everyone else knew. The Patriot ACT didn't exactly make things a secret.

                Nope. Just leaves less room for Murican shills to deny. But then again, they deny everything anyway much like their president does.

                Just calling out the hypocrisy..

      • Have you heard of the Five Eyes?

        Australia technically doesn't spy on us but it gets other countries to spy on us so they can say they don't.

        • +3 votes

          Have you heard of the Five Eyes?

          Australia technically doesn't spy on us but it gets other countries to spy on us so they can say they don't.

          Had a guy in school we nick-named Four-Eyes, and he couldn't have spied for shit!

          • @dm01:

            Had a guy in school we nick-named Four-Eyes, and he couldn't have spied for shit!

            Well, that's the sign of a good spy - they give a false impression of themselves…

        • actually I think Australia is the only modern country that DOES spy on it's citizens.

      • who cares if they know I flew over a beach or something?

        Not just that.

        It's also how you fly it, your location, the metadata, etc.

        Data is valuable, and combined with artificial intelligence technologies, who knows how it will be used.

        • is the CCP going to critique my drone flying technique?

          • @kantspel: Would an army or police force be interested in a more efficient manoeuvre for their drones?

            What about wind stablisation techniques?

            • @concept:

              Would an army or police force be interested in a more efficient manoeuvre for their drones?

              What about wind stablisation techniques?

              Erm, didn't you say CCP owns them? If so, they already know their own drone's capabilities…

            • @concept: ahaha dude you've been reading too much of aussie media. China aren't uniquely evil. They're a nation, similar to other nations. If you're going to get so up in arms about their "spying", you shouldn't be buying any American products. Their surveillance is on record.

              • @kantspel: Yes, I read "aussie" media… I am an "aussie" with part Chinese heritage.

                CCP =/= China (people).

                The Chinese people are being ruled by a dictator who can't be voted out. Chinese people are not necessarily evil. The majority are everyday people, but some (not all) have been conditioned by the government to be a bit heartless. "So long as you stay out of politics and don't speak up, I, the CCP, will give you shiny things". How China's rulers control society.

                The CCP, however, is evil, authoritarian, and play dirty. Their agenda is to rule the world. That's my view, you can hold yours.

                American companies will fight the western government to defend our civil liberties: Apple refused to unlock iPhone for FBI.

                Any Chinese-owned company will have to hand over any data to the CCP on request: CCP's data ecosystem.

                I know all data is being collected. Who's hands do you want your data to be in? Not the CCP. Any Chinese-owned company = CCP.

                Even if you have a Chinese background as well, we're in Australia, right? You enjoy Australian freedoms, do you not?

                Here's some Chinese-centric media as well: Dr Li Wenliang punished for revealing the truth.

                • @concept: Their agenda isn't to rule. There's been no colonialism or intervention in China's rise. Can you say the same about the US, the British Empire, the Roman Empire?

                  • @kantspel:

                    Their agenda isn't to rule. There's been no colonialism or intervention in China's rise

                    How do you think I got my Chinese heritage in my bloodstream? We all know about the US and Brits' histories. Are you in denial over China's domination and attempts (historically and current)?

                    Historically, things were bloody. Currently, things are economic.

                    History repeats itself: China still bullies its Asian neighbours.

                    Oh, and here is the CCP being "helpful"/opportunistic: China extending it's debt traps to African nations.

                    Yet again, a Chinese debt trap for Pakistan.

                    Chinese imperialism ("colonialism") is historical and current.

                    If you prefer the CCP, I'm sure they're happy to take you in and give you teeny bits of shiny things in return for your 100% obedience. Perhaps it'll make you happy to have a CCP-branded CCTV inside your home.

                    • @concept: Where has been Chinese colonialism? Sure there are land disputes, but thats minor compared to actually sending your military into another country to kill its people and loot its resources. "Debt traps" give me a break. African nations have sovereignty. If they want to take loans from China, they can. Do you view African nations as infantile, and unable to make their own decisions? There isn't any sort of coercion, or forced structural readjustments akin to IMF loans. The media has got us all for a spin.

                  • @kantspel:

                    Their agenda isn't to rule. There's been no colonialism or intervention in China's rise.

                    Please make an informed comment, or read up some history first.

                    • @Buy2Much: I have. Where has been the Chinese armies that have come in an invaded other lands? Hasn't happened. Unlike the US and British Empire, whose history is littered with colonialism and int the US's cases, continued military interventions to this day. Anywho, ozb is probably not the place to discuss these things, so I'll leave it at that 😅

                      • @kantspel:

                        I have. Where has been the Chinese armies that have come in an invaded other lands?

                        Really? It shows how ignorant you are. Without going back so far in history, everyone would have heard about Tibet and the current South China Sea situation.
                        There's no point in continuing the debate being so one-eyed…

                  • @kantspel: (double post, sorry)

        • Yes, God forbid. The Chinese know about your location.
          Yet you willingly provide this info 24/7 to google and apple and the affiliates?

    • Privacy is dead. It's just how much they wanting to analyse. Not just China, basically any government or big tech companies…

      • Privacy is dead

        I kinda agree. It's unfortunate.

        I'm thinking the only way to gain back privacy is to live off the grid.

        But it doesn't mean we can't resist the Big Guys encroaching our space and eroding privacy even further. Like, everyday Chinese people are so used to the CCP pushing them down further and further that they just have to accept CCP surveillance cameras being installed inside their own homes!

        That is not the "normal" that I'd be willing to accept.

    • So they are going to see what? Your footage of the local sporting field or your topless neighbour bathing in her backyard………

      Unless you are flying near Pine Gap data sent to China is irrelevant.

      • data sent to China is irrelevant.

        No, data is a resource. It's the most valuable kind in today's environment (personal and business). I replied to a comment above, which shared your line of thinking.

        Also, the CCP is all about domination. Here is how they're treating innocent Chinese civilians: CCP surveillance cameras installed inside people's homes.

        Some Chinese people are too scared to speak inside their own homes, for fear of revealing personal data to the government.

        The "value" of drone data is metadata. You, a human, might not be able to analyse the data as well as an artificially-intelligent machine can.

        And what if your footage accidentally captured something that the AI picks up to be interesting and useful to the CCP?

        • You're getting downvoted a lot, but I think that's unfortunate. There's a massive tendency for people to gloss over privacy invasions in all things and try and say "it's only a drone", or "you're already giving away data to Apple" or similar. But you're absolutely right in saying this data is incredibly invaluable if you want to profile people, a group, or a country.

          The smart people are doing just that. The not-so-smart people don't care they're giving up that information, because in return they get happy feels from products.

          There's a fine line for us to think about the balance between technology we buy and how it can be used against us by anyone (our own government included). But that's not what most people think about.

  • I don't anticipate that I will have time to fly the craft. I will wait for a few years for it to come down in price.

  • Hmmm, I would be super keen if it wasn't for DJI releasing in 2020 a new app that allows random people to track your 2020+ model drones. …Will allow the public to see where it takes off from, its flight path and the email address of the pilot so they can email concerns directly to them.

  • is the product getting more matured/peaked now? I hate the fact that they slowly releasing the 'features'. Products like GoPro until hero 6-7 they are much better, almost peaked in a personal usage pov (not super pro level).

  • Absolutely lost track of drones in recent times. What models out there are generally considered the dogs nutsack? 1, 2 & 3 say. TIA.

  • Seems like a reasonable deal. I reckon this might take a long time to actually arrive in store though.

  • Never bought from these guys before. Anyone know how they are? If order gets delayed what's their cancel policy?

    • They have been good in the past. Haven't dealt with them in the last year or so.

    • They have been around for a long time (back when GPS software was installed on a PDA before smart phones existed, then you add the GPS antenna), so should be reputable. I have bought from them in the past, they are knowledgeable with their gear.

  • Oof. Paid $1250 for the Air 1 earlier this year. Is this worth the upgrade if i can sell the 1 for an ok pirce?

    • Sell it now and get on this. I sold my Mavic Pro Platinum specifically for this.

      • Whats the process of selling 2nd hand electronics? How to deal with the buyer not happy with the product?

        • When I sold my drone, he actually came and inspected it. I also flew it for him and made sure he was happy with it. Advertise it via Gumtree or FB Marketplace, and put it at a price where it’s enticing for the buyer. Do not post it out, this is a device that needs to be shown to the potential buyer so there are no issues.

    • Air 1s are going for 700-950ish on eBay if they are Fly Mores

    • The 3 stand out things that would convince people upgrading from Mavic Air:
      1. Much longer flight time 50% more.
      2. Ocusyn 2.0 which is much more reliable (previous was not even Ocusync)
      3. Much longer range 10km!

      • Let’s not forget the camera specs, big upgrade. Almost on par with the far more expensive Mavic 2 Pro.