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[Best Buy Canada] [$379.99] Parrot Bebop 2 Quadcopter Drone with Camera, FPV & Controller

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  • Jun 20th, 2018 3:17 pm
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Aug 10, 2006
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this was pretty good a few years ago.. super light, toy like. the controls alone were like $299-399 a few years back - i used the ap which was also decent. compared with the DJI phantom3 basic (equivalent i think to the bebop2), the pic quality to me was better on the DJI .. batteries on the bebop was cheaper if i remembered, but only lasted like 15 minutes i think,

i sold the bebop2 and kept the P3.
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May 15, 2015
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Guelph, ON
DJI technology is far ahead of bebop. I'd suggest you spend a bit more and get a Spark or even buy a used Spark off Kijiji.

If you're a student you might qualify for an educational discount when you buy directly from DJI's online store.
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Oct 16, 2017
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wakka2u wrote:
Jun 14th, 2018 8:32 pm
this was pretty good a few years ago.. super light, toy like. the controls alone were like $299-399 a few years back - i used the ap which was also decent. compared with the DJI phantom3 basic (equivalent i think to the bebop2), the pic quality to me was better on the DJI .. batteries on the bebop was cheaper if i remembered, but only lasted like 15 minutes i think,

i sold the bebop2 and kept the P3.
I'm not in for pic quality.
I'm in for flying.
Still no?
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CheapNFrugal wrote:
Jun 14th, 2018 9:03 pm
DJI technology is far ahead of bebop. I'd suggest you spend a bit more and get a Spark or even buy a used Spark off Kijiji.

If you're a student you might qualify for an educational discount when you buy directly from DJI's online store.
Spark is small, and it will cost me more than double of this with the controller.
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May 15, 2015
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Guelph, ON
I had a Bebop version 1 and my experience was not good. I'm not confident they made significant improvements with version 2.

I have a DJI Mavic and I have seen a Spark fly and I'm confident recommending them.

If you just want to fly for fun perhaps you should consider a non-fpv quad first? Something like this can be a lot of fun:
http://www.greathobbies.com/productinfo ... d=DROE03BB

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