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Some slick new Mavic Pro accessories (one of which doubles for the Spark) just caught our attention, so we thought we should pass them along.

The Mavic Pro, of course, has proven immensely popular – so it’s no surprise there’s some new gear available for the foldable drone. What is somewhat surprising is how cool some of this stuff is.

For starters, there’s the National Geographic Earth Explorer backpack as seen at the top of this story. The versatile backpack can be used as a camera carrying case, and can even tote an externally attached monopod or small tripod. Note the retro world map printed on the material.

But where it really excels is toting around the Mavic Pro. Check out the perfectly sized compartments. Looks like they’ve even snuck in a Fujifilm camera on the left, based on the controls and lens cap. (Awesome cameras!)

BackPack Mavic

The NatGeo backpack also features a padded laptop compartment, and is available for $129, tax and shipping included, right here.

If you happen to have the new intelligent Spark, don’t feel left out. There’s a smaller National Geographic Walkabout backpack that will work with either of the two drones.

NatGeo smaller

 

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It also has a laptop compartment, and is just a single click away. (Nice to see they snuck that Fujifilm in this pack, too. In fact, we’d be happy if every pack sported a Fujifilm, as we are big fans of the cameras.)

For the more utilitarian shoppers, there’s a nice little combo unit from Manfrotto that will carry both the Mavic Pro and the Osmo.

Manfrotto

It’s $90, including shipping and tax.

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While we’re at it, we just happened to notice this little accessory – which may well have been on the store earlier. It’s an adaptor that will allow you to use the juice from a Mavic Pro Intelligent Flight Battery as a power bank. Simply attach to a battery and plug in up to two devices that can be charged via USB.

PowerBank Adaptor

At $19, this thing would be a lifesaver if you were out in the field with a drained smartphone and/or remote. You can pick up this here.

And finally, we’d be remiss if we didn’t remind you that DJI Goggles are still in stock at the moment. We’ve got another video coming on these goggles within the next two days, and we’re still just as blown away by them as we were the first day we saw them.

Goggles

The DJI store says these are available in limited numbers, with shipping July 4. If you want them for the summer, now is the time.


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