Between alluring features and new tech advancements, buying a drone can be as overwhelming as buying a car. The same can be the case with DJI drones – the Chinese technology company headquartered in Shenzhen has developed more than 39 drones with more than 4 series based on its intended use, size, battery life, etc.
DJI Mavic Pro is one such drone. It is a small yet powerful drone with a high degree of complexity, making it one of the most sophisticated aerial cameras in the market. It has 24 high-performance computing cores and technologically advanced features that let it cover at least four miles on a single charge. It has 4K camera stabilized through a 3-axis gimbal mechanism with five sensors. You can buy DJI Mavic Pro from its official website and other e-commerce websites such as cabelas.com, gearbest.com, dronefly.com, etc.
Here are some benefits of buying the DJI Mavic Pro drone:
Parts and accessories
DJI drones add a bunch of accessories to Mavic Pro. It offers a slim and soft carrying pouch and replacement cables and an advanced charger as you can charge for four batteries at a time, allowing you to shoot photos and videos for a longer duration. You can also order ND filers for the drone camera for sunny flights.
DJI Mavic Pro takes cinematic 4K videos and photos for up to a 4960 x 2160 resolution. You can capture photos and videos at 24 fps or bump it up to 25 or 30 fps based on your requirements. They have also upgraded their DJI GO 4 app, which includes new camera control capabilities with added continual focus.
The DJI quadcopter comes with a remote controller, which is one of the most compact devices of the DJI Mavic Pro drone. The small LCD drone offers more than just the basics to keep it up in the air and bring it back on the ground safely after capturing a top-notch 4k video. It also has a dedicated “return to home” button and a separate button for photo capture, video capture, autofocus, and much more.
The DJI Mavic Pro drone has GPS cruiser control and a wide range of autonomous flight modes. Some modes include the “follow-me” mode, circle an object mode, and point and fly using a connected smartphone display. It also has a forward-facing object detection, so make sure you have your finger on the pause button as there can be a risk of your drone flying autonomously sideways into a tree.
Being one of its most interesting accessories, DJI goggles or Ocusync is a powerful tool that can wirelessly connect with DJI Mavic Pro, giving you FPV (the first person viewing) flying on the go. What’s more interesting is that you can control the Mavic Pro flight in a limited number of ways. One of them is that you can turn your head to turn the camera gimbal of the DJI quadcopter and also use the trackpad to set the active track and other modes.