Score $220 Off A DJI Air 3 Drone At Amazon

It’s the lowest price we’ve seen this model go for yet.

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GET $220 OFF: As of June 19, a DJI Air 3 (DJI RC-N2) drone is available at Amazon for $879, down from $1,099. That’s $220 off the list price.

Whether you’re a videographer, hobbyist, real estate agent, or just someone who loves a good challenge, the drone you choose can make or break your experience (and the content you create). But with drone prices often costing thousands of dollars, it’s hard to find something that’s affordable and feature-rich. But sometimes Amazon gifts us with a discount that’s too good to pass up — and that’s exactly what’s happening with the DJI Air 3 drone right now.

As of June 19, you can score a DJI Air 3 (DJI RC-N2) drone for just $879 at Amazon. That’s a 20% discount of $220 off the listing price. It’s also the lowest price we’ve seen this model go for yet.

This model may not be as popular as the DJI Mini 3 or DJI Mavic Pro, but it’s a pretty solid option for newbies and experienced pilots. Thanks to its omnidirectional obstacle-sensing feature, even first-time flyers can zoom through trees and buildings without having to worry too much about collisions (though it’s bound to happen occasionally).

The dual cameras also make it easy to take professional-grade shots, while the 46-minute flight time gives you plenty of time in the air to get the footage you need.

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If you’re looking for an immersive and more hands-on experience, the DJI Goggles Integra and DJI Goggles 2 are available as optional add-ons.

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