The growing miniaturization of electronic devices could not but touch on such an industry as the production of unmanned aerial vehicles. The DJI company (China), a leader in this field, continued to produce drones, offering its new, smallest Spark quadrocopter, characterized by ease of management and low cost. This model is a logical continuation of the DJI series of aircraft, launched in September 2016 with a small Mavic Pro drone. The overall dimensions of Spark (Spark) are smaller than those of the previous model, and make up 143 × 143 × 55 mm (folded), the weight of the drone is about 300 grams. Spark flight speed can reach up to 50 km / h, and autonomous flight will last about 16 minutes. The sensors and sensors built into the drone will not allow it to collide with other objects. If the signal is lost, the UAV will return to the starting point. Charging is via micro-USB. By analogy with Mavic, there are intelligent modes that allow you to monitor a specific object or flight in a given direction when controlling touch from a smartphone. And the new Palm Contro control mode allows the user to control the drone using gestures. However, the new product has a Quick Shot function that allows you to shoot clips in the original cinematic angles (flying around the subject and others), while the captured one-minute clip can be edited without leaving the place using a smartphone and DJI Go program, which allows you to glue selected 10 second fragments in a single video. Video recording is carried out in Full HD at 30 fps, while photographing 12-megapixel JPEG images are obtained. DJI Spark will go on sale in 5 colors. At the same time, from June 15, the consumer will be able to purchase a drone with a minimum configuration (without remote control, propeller protection) for $ 499, and a more complete version with remote control, a spare battery, a second set of screws and propeller protection will cost $ 700.