What’s inside the DJI Spark drone? (Cracking Open)



The DJI Spark aka the selfie drone is a high-tech flying machine housing a high-end camera for taking great photos. So what makes it go? The Cracking Open duo disassembles the DJI Spark drone to see what’s inside.

DJI Spark review –

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8 thoughts on “What’s inside the DJI Spark drone? (Cracking Open)

  • May 11, 2018 at 11:34 am
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    DJI did not start off making Gimbals. They started making RC helicopter gyros and multi-copters "Wookong"flight controllers before releasing their first Phantom drones. The white square device with a dot in the center is the GPS antenna and the flight controller with MEM gyros.. The main board with the cooling fan contains the Electronic Speed Controllers for the individual motors and the flight controller with MEM gyros. The ESCs get very hot when the motors are running that is why it needs a fan. Overheating ESCs can cause the motors to stop spinning so adequate cooling is critical.

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  • May 11, 2018 at 11:34 am
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    I need to fix my DJI. It always goes spying my neighbor's wife, when I'm not paying attention. I think it's broken…

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  • May 11, 2018 at 11:34 am
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    After spending money on the spark I am literally satisfied knowing that the spark looks like pure quality inside. That heat sink is sexy

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