DJI Mavic Pro Review – Compact Nature Meets Big Brains

The DJI Mavic Pro is the company’s most portable drone to-date, and it has all the advanced features that you would expect from it, and then some. There are some additional functionalities that get thrown into the mix, and it makes the quadcopter even more accessible than ever before.

DJI Mavic Pro Review - Compact Nature Meets Big Brains

The DJI Mavic Pro is Pretty Impressive, Despite it Being the Most Portable Drone by the Firm To-Date

There are a lot of people who immediately think that drones are generally large and quite unwieldy, but that’s not the case for the DJI Mavic Pro. As mentioned earlier, this is the DJI’s smallest quadcopter to-date. However, don’t think for a second that just because of its diminutive size that it doesn’t have the brains to give you the best experience on offer. Aside from being the most compact drone by DJI to-date, it is also its smartest, not to mention it being the most approachable model as well.

It measures in quite the diminutive 3.27 x 7.8 x 3.27-inches when it is folded up, and it looks downright adorable. But because of its dimensions, you can even carry it in your hand without any much worry so you don’t have to worry about lugging around a briefcase or a huge backpack just to store it away. For those who are not too keen about numbers, just think about this – the Mavic Pro  is about the same size as a water bottle. The build quality is also astounding, despite it only weighing 743-grams.

When it comes to devices in general, and not just drones, going smaller means dumping some features and cutting corners, but that notion could not be more wrong for DJI’s latest drone. It is still equipped with all the features that you would typically find in the firm’s larger drones, which does include the front and bottom-mounted sensors, subject tracking, built-in obstacle avoidance, geofencing, and self-piloted return landings.

If there is anything that is lost with the creation of the DJI Mavic Pro it is that it does lose a tiny bit of speed as compared to larger models. It has a maximum speed of 40-miles-per-hour, whereas the company’s other, larger drones can hit 45-miles-per-hour for their top speed. But what it can handle is that it can fly steadily even when there are 24-mile-per-hour winds facing it. On paper, this is the most accessible drone built by the company to-date, and it is even priced at the right point.


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DJI Mavic Pro Review – Compact Nature Meets Big Brains
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