With six of the seven spots on our list of the best drones of 2023, it's safe to say DJI is our favorite brand at the moment. And if you're a would-be pilot who's curious to try out one of these top-rated drones for yourself, you've still got a chance to snag one at a discount.
Prime Day has officially wrapped up, but the savings are still going strong this week with plenty of holdover deals at Amazon and other retailers, like Target and Walmart. And DJI is offering some direct discounts on drones and accessories during its ongoing summer sale. To help you make the most of these bargains before they're gone, we've rounded up the best deals on DJI drones.
The DJI Air 2S is our overall favorite drone on the market, and right now you can pick it up for $200 off the list price. It's equipped with a 1-inch sensor that you can capture video in stunning 5.4K resolution, and even allows you to shoot RAW format photos. Plus, it has four-directional object avoidance to help prevent collisions, and an image transmission range of up to 12km so you can do some serious exploring.
The Fly More combo is also on sale for $1,039 ($260 off), and includes two extra batteries, a charging hub, some extra propellers and a carrying case.
The basic DJI Mini 3 is a slight step down from the Pro model that made our list of the best drones of 2023, but it has all the same features that made it a favorite. Most importantly, it allows you to shoot video in both portrait and landscape modes, which makes it a great pick for Instagram and TikTok content creators. It boasts 4K HDR video resolution and a 38-minute flight time, and it's still incredibly lightweight and compact at just 249 grams (8.8 ounces).
Note that this price comes with the basic controller, but you can upgrade to the , which is also $90 off the usual price.
Another one of our favorites, the DJI Avata offers the most immersive flight experience out there thanks to the included Integra goggles, which allow you to pilot from a first-person perspective. It's equipped with a 1.7-inch sensor that can capture 4K video at 60 fps, and boasts an ultra-wide 155-degree field of view. Plus, it has a compact design that makes it highly maneuverable.
If you want the first-person experience of the DJI Avata above without spending over $1,000, you can snag the DJI FPV instead. This was the company's original first-person drone and offers many of the same features, including immersive goggles for piloting and 4K/60 fps video. It's a little larger and heavier than the Avata above, but is a solid pick for beginner pilots who want to try out first-person flying.
At nearly $2,500 even after a discount, this DJI bundle is meant for serious aerial photographers. The Mavic 3 is our favorite high-end photography drone on the market right now, and it features a 20MP camera designed by Hasselblad. It has an adjustable aperture ranging from f/2.8 to f/11, supports stunning 5.1K video and has built-in autofocus.
The Fly More combo also includes two extra batteries, a charging hub, filter set and a carrying case.