DJI MAVIC PRO
4K Capabilities with Great Shutter Speed
Gesture Controls and Follow Mode
Front Sensors to Avoid Objects
Perfect Small Size
Affordable Price Tag
No Backward & Downward Sensors
Unremovable Camera and Gimbal
DJI MAVIC PRO – Is it still worth it?
The Mavic range has come very long since the release of its first-generation Mavic Pro drone. The DJI Mavic Pro is the first drone in Mavic Series. DJI company is one of the top consumer drone companies in the drone market.
DJI Mavic Pro is a perfect compact drone for both beginners and pro users. With its easy and impressive features, one can get a great experience and satisfaction with photography.
DJI has also launched its successor upgraded drone model called DJI Mavic 2 Pro and Zoom. There are newer drones like DJI Mini 2. So is it worth it to buy DJI Mavic Pro today?? Let’s find out!
DJI Mavic Pro Features & Specifications:
DJI Mavic Pro is a small drone with 3 axis stabilization. It has a 734gm weight, 4K capable camera with so many filters and options to choose from it.
The drone is designed to fold to the size of a water bottle!! This drone is small enough which will not take too much space in your bag. Or depending on the space, it could even be small enough to fit in your pocket!!! After folding, the drone size becomes 83x83x198mm.
DJI Mavic Pro comes with a forwarding and downward vision system, GPS for better flight performance. It has 27 minutes of flight time (depends on the wind). It supports Micro USB (Type-B), USB (Type-C) for mobile connectivity.
Mavic Pro Camera:
The camera of the DJI Mavic Pro is small but powerful. It stays true to its 4K capabilities. Its 1/2.3-inch CMOS sensor can capture 12MP stills in JPEG or DNG RAW format, as well as video at a variety of resolutions and frame rates: 4K at 30fps or 1080p at up to 96fps. It can not record 4k/60fps videos.
The shutter speed is 8s-1/8000s, which is really great on its own. For still photography, there are some options to choose from EV Bias, Interval, Single Shot, Burst Shooting at 3/5/7 Frames Rate, Auto Exposure Bracketing, AEB at 3/5 bracketed frames per 0.7, etc.
Mavic Pro camera is mounted on a tiny motorized gimbal combined with the drone’s suite of sensors. It can make near-instant adjustments to keep itself level at all times. You can also set it to a POV mode, which tilts and turns it along with the drone.
Sensors in Mavic Pro:
There are four other sensors onboard. The sensors aid in-flight stability and safety. It includes 1/2.3” (CMOS), Effective pixels:12.35 M (Total pixels:12.71M). This sensor pair faces frontwards, detecting obstacles in a forward arc and preventing the drone from hitting objects.
DJI Mavic Pro precision measurement range is 2 ft (0.7m) to 49 ft (15m). The detectable range is 49 ft (15m) to 98 ft (30m).
It’ll stop moving if it comes within a few feet of anything solid. But only when it’s in front or downward. The obstacle detection won’t prevent a crash if the Mavic moves backward or sideways into a tree, lamppost, or neighbor’s window. So beware!
Now, DJI has added all three direction sensors to its New DJI MAVIC AIR drone and many other models.
Durability & Build Quality:
This drone has a hinge system that helps with the safety of the drone. It allows the drone to fold itself up into a compact size. You don’t even need to remove propellers. You can fold it too.
Where durability is concerned, users will never have to worry about destructive crash landing, crashing against objects, or even rains!!
If you still crash your drone, the best way to get it back is by using the GPS information stored on the DJI GO App. Click on the map, zoom in to where the last signal was sent from, then head over and start searching. It’s crazy how accurate it is!
Mavic Pro Battery, Range & Flight Time:
The drone comes with a 3830 mAh battery, a voltage of 11.4, and is a LiPo 3S type. The battery gives the drone 21-27 minutes of flight time. Charging temperature varies between 41° to 104° F (5°C to 40°C).
The new DJI OcuSync transmission system gives a great transmission range. It allows the Mavic Pro to transmit live HD video streaming at 1080p/720p from a safe distance of up to 4.3 miles (7 kilometers).
Should You buy DJI Mavic Pro?
Do you want a tiny flying 4K camera that doesn’t compromise on battery life, flying ability, and image quality – all the while maintaining a relatively affordable price tag? If so, the Mavic Pro is a good choice.
But today, it is outdated. There are better drones available. It is one of the good drones for photographers and travelers. If you are getting a second-hand Mavic Pro or getting it on rent, you can go for it. It can fulfill your photography goals.
Here are some common questions people ask:
Yes, the original DJI Mavic Pro is still good. But if you want a better camera for photography, new features, new technology, then we recommend the latest drones in the market.
DJI announced Mavic pro in September 2016. They released the drone in late 2016.
Yes, DJI Mavic Pro production has been discontinued. DJI company has announced the end of life of Mavic Pro and Mavic Pro Platinum.
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