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National Geographic & DJI Instagram Photo Contest #drone #droneday #MyMavicContest #NatGeoTravel

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There’s still one month left to enter your photo. Check out rental drones here. From National Geographic:

Enter our Instagram Photo Contest, and you could be 1 out of 5 winners to win a free DJI Mavic Pro drone!

The DJI Mavic Pro is a powerful, foldable drone that turns the sky into your creative canvas. Taking up the space of just one pro lens in your camera bag, it unlocks a brand-new perspective on your next shoot. Dynamic controls and incredible image stability in a compact design make the Mavic Pro one of the most sophisticated flying cameras DJI has ever created.

View the official contest rules here


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