Good news for you too mate...
I am not sure if you are reading what everyone is telling you but DJI did NOT up any prices.... It's your dollar. It only happened in your country (and prob a couple of others). They would not raise he price just in one location and not the others. Can't be more clear then that. The economies of the world are not the same. There is a money market and yours just got a little weaker. That is it. For DJI to sell there at the old price, when they exchange their money back to the Yuan or whatever it is they use, they would loose out and make less per unit.So I apologise to retailers.
DJI upped the price to promote P3 sales and widen the price gap.
It makes the P3 a better option for price but not for product looks.
Didn't seem like you were understanding after it had been said a few times. Thought I'd throw in some caps so you'd see my post. I am a fan of my DJI products and it just gets old when people continually come in here and slam them. Not that your not allowed to, it is just annoying. It makes it a little bit more annoying when the stuff is untrue.Don't get your nickers in a knot.
I do understand the exchange rates and how they work.
DJI sets the price in US$. Our Aussie dollar has fallen from over parity with the US$ last year to Aud$0.77...do the Mathis and weep along with me.That's right "kick start the economy, start a war". Just joking.....
But 10% increase is above the AUD drop in value.
Price gouging again by Australian business.