DJI Drones Australia
We are an online retail store of DJI Drones & DJI Drone Accessories in Australia & sell genuine Australian stock of DJI Drones with full manufacturer warranty.
Choose from the entire range of Professional Drones, Industrial Drones & Drone Accessories online at Drones Pro.
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We are an online retail store of DJI Drones and Drone Accessories in Australia and sell genuine Australian stock of DJI Drones (not grey imports) with full manufacturer warranty. We are an Australian owned and operated company.
Select from the full range of DJI Drones and Drone Accessories online and get free standard shipping on all of our DJI drones and on order’s of $400.00 or more. We also have express shipping options available at the checkout page.
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Frequently Asked Questions
There are some rules about where you can fly drones for safety reasons and to respect people’s privacy. You shouldn’t fly a drone in heavily populated areas, within 5.5km of airfields or within 30m of vehicles, people or buildings. The best place to fly your drone is in open spaces where there are few people so it is free to fly without posing a risk to anyone’s safety.
The most recent drone models are straightforward to learn to fly. Many drones are now built with the user in mind, and will help you to fly if you have never flown one before. Some include autonomous fly modes so you don’t need to try and get to grips with controlling the drone and taking pictures at the same time. Every model will be slightly different, so if you are new to drone flying it’s best to practise in an open area where there is limited risk of crashing until you get the hang of the controls.
Drones generally come with their own high performance cameras that are made to capture photos and videos even in flight. However, many drones also include the capacity to attach your own camera, and some are made specifically to accommodate a GoPro camera. If you are looking for a drone that you can use with your GoPro, make sure you check that it is compatible before you make a purchase.
The varied uses for drones are increasing every day. Recreationally, they are normally used to observe and explore surroundings, watch wildlife and primarily for photographic and filming purposes. Using drones for racing is also increasing in popularity for those who are more interested in the capabilities of the technology than photography.
Some professional DJI Drones have become a popular choice for:
- Aerial Drone photography and aerial videography
- Professional Drone wedding photography
- Real Estate aerial photography
- Agricultural crop spraying
- Mapping and Surveying
- Wildlife Monitoring/Pooching
- Security, Search and Rescue
- Emergency and Disaster Response
Most drones have a range of about 1000 metres but some, like the DJI Phantom 4, can travel up to 5km from the controller. Each model will be different, so if you want your drone to travel further check out the specifications before deciding on a purchase. Bear in mind that there are restrictions on how high you can safely fly a drone in controlled air space.
New features are being developed all the time so most drones now include functions that will ensure you won’t lose the drone if it goes out of range. This could mean that either it will hover in place, land or return to home if the drone loses connection with the controller.
Most drones have a flight time of between 20 and 30 minutes on a single fully charged battery, depending on which model you buy. Batteries usually take a couple of hours to charge, but many people choose to purchase additional batteries so they can continue to fly for longer periods if one battery runs out of power.
Many drones, like the DJI Phantom series, have batteries that will warn you when it needs to be recharged. The battery status is often shown on the controller so you will always be aware when it starts to get low. If the battery does run out while you are flying, most drones will either land or return to home, so you won’t need to worry about crashing.