DJI Phantom Drones Price, Where to Buy, Rules and Regulations in Nepal

What is Drones?
Drone is, technologically speaking, an unmanned aerial vehicle navigated manually with a remote control or operated with software that works with a GPS system.

This aircraft is probably the most advanced human invention in the field of robotics and is continuously being developed and improved.

Many countries have tried to build drones for military purposes but failed because of poor technology.

So far, the US and Israel remain the leading manufacturers of unmanned aircraft but India and Britain are also joining the race.

Where to Buy?

Even with the strict rules related to drones in place, couple of distributors have released some powerful drones in Nepal. Starck Trading, a subsidiary of Jyoti Group, and the distributor of DJI in Nepal has launched plenty of new drones in the Nepali market. The list below consists specifications and price of DJI drones available in Nepal through the re-sellers Oliz Store and EvoStore.

Rules and Regulations in Nepal for the use of Drones:
It’s illegal to operate a drone in Nepal. But with official papers and permit, one can easily fly a drone. Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) has set some rules regarding the use of drones. Operators must ensure that they follow the following rules/ laws issued by the Nepal Government:
  • You must first apply for and receive permission from the Civil Aviation Authority before flying a drone.
  • Respect others privacy when flying your drone, there have been reports of locals not appreciating drones flying near them.
  • You cannot fly your drone over people or crowds of people.
  • Do not fly your drone over military installations, power plants or other areas that could cause concern among the local authorities.
  • You must fly during daylight hours and only fly in good weather conditions.
  • Do not fly your drone near airports or in any area where aircraft are operating.

Process obtaining a permit to fly a drone in Nepal:

  • First of all, you should take permission letter from the municipality of the place that you want to fly a drone.
  • Then the police headquarters of the places that you want to fly your drone over will give you a security clearance letter or even provide security in those areas, if necessary.
  • Second, you need to take a recommendation letter from the CDO office. The CDO office will give the recommendation letter only after getting the permission letter from the municipality.
  • Then with security clearance letter and all the documents listed above, you should submit the documents to the CAAN.
You do not need to pay money to get the permit to fly drones. The above-mentioned process will take 3 days in total.

 DJI Drones Full Description and Price in Nepal:

1216 g
Diagonal Size (Excluding Propellers)
350 mm
Maximum Ascent Speed
5 m/s
Maximum Descent Speed
3 m/s
Maximum Speed
16 m/s (ATTI mode, no wind)
Maximum Flight Time
Approx. 25 minutes
GPS Mode
Built-in GPS
1/2.3” Effective pixels:12 M
FOV (Field Of View) 94° 20 mm (35 mm format equivalent) f/2.8
ISO Range
100-3200 (video)
100-1600 (photo)
Shutter Speed
8s -1/8000s
Image Max Size
Still Photography Modes
Single Shot

Burst Shooting:
3/5/7 shots

Video Recording Modes
2.7K: 2704 x1520p 24/25/30 (29.97)
FHD: 1920x1080p 24/25/30
HD: 1280x720p 24/25/30/48/50/60
Supported SD Card Types Micro SD Card 8 GB included
 Photo         JPEG, DNG
 Video         MP4, MOV (MPEG-4 AVC/H.264)

Required Operating Systems
iOS 8.0 or later Android 4.1.2 Jellybean or later

Price :           Rs. 69,999

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