Little Spark seems to gain more and more on popularity, so we decided to show you some of the accessories you can get for it. Of course we can’t show you all of it, so we’d also like you to share your tips in the comment section below. Here are some tips for the best DJI Spark accessories.
DJI Spark accessories – what should you get?
Spare DJI Spark battery
Batteries are essential. You wouldn’t get far without them and unless you are a proud owner of the combo version, spare batteries are the first thing you should spend your hardly earned money on. Batteries are available either at the official DJI store for 59€ or from one of the many Chinese sellers. Gearbest currently offers them for 43,88$ with code Cybermonday106. In case the code doesn’t work don’t hesitate to write us for another one. This applies for all the other products.
LIPO SAFE BAG
Safe bag for batteries is a good thing to have not only for your own safety. Some airlines require them and won’t let you (and your batteries) onboard without it. Safe bag doesn’t cost much, so I recommend getting one for each battery. The whole offer of Lipo Safe Bags is here.
What is a drone for without the correct memory card and some free space on it? Memory cards are no longer as expensive as they used to be. Myself, I recommend getting multiple cards with less capacity rather than a single big one. This way you won’t lose all your footage in case of loss or failure.
Personally, I recommend Samsung Evo UHS-3 64GB cards which can be bought here.
Mobile charging station
Portable charging station with built-in 5000 mAh battery can charge up to 3 batteries. It weighs 680 g and USB ports allow you to charge for example your smartphone.
The charging station costs 168€ and is available here.
In case you spend a lot of your time on your feet, a good backpack you can put all your gear in is a must. LowePro backpacks are an excellent choice
LowePro ProTactic 450 AW is probably the best choice with the 250€ price tag. It should offer a plenty of space to house all your equipment.
Another option is the smaller and cheaper LowePro SlingShot Edge 250AW or perhaps even smaller LowePro SlingShot Edge 150AW. The Spark will have no problem fitting in either of these.
I suppose you won’t want to shoot only from the air. In that case you might find DJI Osmo very useful. It’s offered in many different versions – you can see all of them here. But if you want to save some money, take a look at the well-reviewed Zhiyun Smooth Q gimbal. Its price is around 100$ with the code SmoothQ3.
What accessories do you use with your Spark?