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DJI’s Fly Drive gets airdropped into A/NZ

Seagate Technology announced the availability of the Fly Drive in Australia and New Zealand.

The device was released earlier this year in partnership with DJI.

Seagate and DJI have strategically partnered together to solve the data demands of drone users as they are creating more content than ever before.

As drone cameras gain resolution and drone flight times grow longer, Fly Drive allows users to securely and efficiently store, manage, backup, download and share their photo and video content on location, thanks to its large storage capacity, integrated MicroSD card slot, quick transfer speeds and durable build.

The fly drive has up to 2TB of storage capacity, thus it can store over 60 hours of 4K 30fps video footage.

On a drone like the DJI Mavic Pro, that’s more than 250 flights worth of content.

The device also has a microSD card slot so users can directly transfer data between the memory card and the Fly Drive.

The drive’s integrated, protective bumper helps provide shock resistance, to help protect it from falls and impacts. 

Compatible with both Mac and Windows, Fly Drive’s USB 3.1 Type-C interface allows for fast file transfers with the latest generation Thunderbolt 3 and USB 3.1 computers.

Fly Drive also features two months of complimentary access to Adobe Premiere Pro CC, one of the industry’s leading video editing software. 

Seagate aims to create space for the human experience by innovating how data is stored, shared and used.

DJI is a global leader in developing and manufacturing innovative drone and camera technology for commercial and recreational use.

DJI was founded and is run by people with a passion for remote-controlled helicopters and experts in flight-control technology and camera stabilisation.

The company is dedicated to making aerial photography and filmmaking equipment and platforms more accessible, reliable and easier to use for creators and innovators around the world.

DJI’s global operations currently span across the world making it one of the largest drone companies in existence.

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