DJI Zenmuse gimbal and S800 Spreading Wings preorder

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  1. Shoryuken

    Shoryuken New Member

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    FYI

    MSRP-


    Zenmuse 3-axis gimbal $3,470
    S800 Spreading Wings $1,610

    There will be substantial savings for existing WKM and Ace One owners during pre-order period from March 10 to April 10. The pre-order period is limited to end users and not "Dealer". Official DJI website in English will list the detail within 12 hours.

    S800: during preorder period
    Not WKM owner $1,370
    WKM owner $1,050
    Ace One Onwer $1,050

    Zenmuse during preorder period
    Not WKM owenr $3,150
    WKM owner $2,510
    WKM Waypoint owner $2,350
    Ace One C&G owner $2,350

    Package price during pre-order period
    WKM + S800: $2,330
    WKM + Zenmuse: $3,870
    WKM + S800 + Zenmuse: $4,990











     
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  2. jforkner

    jforkner New Member

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    The pricing has been on the web since yesterday, but no details about the products---what's included with the S800, for instance.

    Whadda have for me?


    Jack
     
  3. Tahoe Ed

    Tahoe Ed Active Member

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    it has been posted that it includes, motors (380-420kv yet to be determined), escs, and I think props. This is a 6S system. They will have a 15000mAh lipo for sale, but at $420, I think I will use my 6S lipos that I have for my heli and put them in series.
     
  4. Shoryuken

    Shoryuken New Member

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    Oh, let's wait a couple of days and DJI seems to be working on it. They got their banners updated.
     
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    Thanks, Ed. Missed that post.

    Jack
     
  6. Kilby

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    Damn that's asking a lot for a product that we really know nothing about. While I love my WK-M, There is no way u would preorder something at that price with out several proof of performance videos at least. Till they do that, it's vaporware in my book.
     
  7. BorisS

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    its probably going to be good equipment. But I think i am going to sit back for this round and wait. I know that other stuff is going to be released soon all in the sector of gimbal and gimbal stabi that might have effects on the prices or be better or give a feature option that is more of a benefit to me. A discount it great but a discount around 200 400 $ whatever is no big deal if I end up buying a 3000 $ product that doesnt do what i want it to.

    But exited to see the first in customer hands !

    Boris
     
  8. Tahoe Ed

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    Sidney just posted on RCG that the S800 will include 15" CF props. I am wondering how big the esc's will be. I am guessing 60A but maybe 40A is big enough.
     
  9. BorisS

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    hmm well they are talking about 6s reducing the current again and if the 15 have a low pitch and low KV motors you´ll scratch the 40a maybe at max

    Boris
     
  10. BorisS

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    interesting will be even if the props are super light weight how they manage to get the S800 stable with these 15 ", it wasnt possible for me after several test to get good restuls with 14 " 13 " only with 12 and 11, so i guess they must have started changing the FW.
     

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