DJI Mavic Pro Aircraft


Key features:

  • Dual GPS / Glonass positioning system, which allows you to hang almost at a point.
  • Duplication of the central systems (IMU, compass)
  • Ultrasonic front proximity sensors (parking sensors)
  • Ultrasonic sensors and cameras on the “belly” of the quadrocopter, allowing you to hang at a point in the room when GPS / Glonass satellites are unavailable
  • Three-axis gimbal on b / c motors
  • Camera with a maximum resolution of 4K 30fps

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DJI Mavic Pro is a very compact, but powerful quadrocopter. The high demand for DJI Mavic Pro is due to the reasonable price for high quality, simplicity, and ease of use. Now professional aerial photography has become possible to carry out with a quadrocopter, the dimensions of which allow you to carry it with you in everyday life.

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The drone is so compact that you can put it in a bag or a backpack and take it with you every day or take it for a walk and travel. In addition, special fasteners provided for fixing to the belt. The manufacturer made all the wings folding, while the hinge has a long service life. Instead of removing the screws, they are now enough to lay along the body. When landing, the camera unit almost gets out of the ground, so you need to carefully monitor the integrity of the drone when landing in the grass, sandy and damp surfaces.

The quadcopter’s equipped is with many sensors, sonars, and cameras. On the front side, a 3K camera installed on a 3-axis suspension. A cap (cover) for it, which can use in rainy or windy weather, is included in the components. At the rear, a removable battery is installed, secured by two latches. Also on the DJI Mavic Pro Case is a power button and four LED indicators that are responsible for displaying the battery charge level. When viewing the quadcopter on the side under the flap, you can see a MicroSD slot. On the left is the micro-USB port is available.

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Flight Modes

The ActiveTrack quadcopter flight system has three modes that allow you to track objects or people from any direction:

1.) Trace – the following mode behind, in front, or circling an object.

2.) Profile – a quadrocopter flies next to an object or person.

3.) Spotlight – focusing attention.

Also in DJI Mavic Pro, you will find already familiar modes:

1.) ‘Point of Interest.’

2.) ‘Follow me’ (Follow me)

3.) Waypoints for setting the direction curve

4.) Course Lock

5.) Home Lock for fixing the starting point for cyclic operations.

With the new Terrain Follow mode, the DJI Mavic Pro quadcopter is now able to maintain altitude at a small distance from the ground. A new gesture mode allows you to control the drone with a wave of your hand and take a selfie.

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The DJI Mavic Pro also has a, but only smaller. For the rest, quadrocopter is also capable of video recording in 4K quality at a speed of up to 30 f/s and take photos with a resolution of 12.7 megapixels. The 3-axis suspension, the camera can remain in the same position when performing various maneuvers, or with strong gusts of wind. The quadcopter viewing system equipped with a 94° camera ‘field of view.’ Object recognition is made possible by using Optical Flow and Active Track technologies that adjust focus, detect obstacles, and provide pilot gesture recognition.

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For full use of the quadrocopter, you need to download the DJI GO 4 application. When connecting control equipment and a drone, the application is activated automatically. Next, the picture from the camera displayed on the screen. The image is lost when the distance of removal is more than 4.5-5 kilometers, and the function of returning to the take-off point launched. In the application, you can configure Mavic Pro parameters such as height limit, deletion, flight mode, and stabilization. There is also a video editor with effects on set transitions and music.

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Remote Control

The quadrocopter remote control has also undergone significant changes: now, it has become much smaller and more conveniently fits in your hand. When assembled, its size is similar to a 5-inch smartphone. Before you start using the DJI Mavic Pro control equipment, install a cable with the necessary connector for your smartphone. It can also apply for FPV-broadcasting images on the phone display and additional settings. On the front side of the console are two sticks, a monochrome screen, and a series of buttons. On the back, there are also buttons and triggers. On the side of the equipment is a full-sized USB for connecting a drone. It may come in handy when flashing devices. The OcuSync video transmission system provides 1080 pix resolution and provides enhanced noise immunity.

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Battery & Charging

The drone DJI Mavic Pro uses a lithium-polymer 3S battery of 3830 mAh, providing up to 27 minutes of battery life (with active shooting – up to 23-25 minutes). When 10% reached, auto-landing starts; by default, at 25-30%, a warning appears about the need to replace the battery. Charging using the adapter takes approximately 70 minutes. The charger has two additional USB sockets for charging the remote control or phone.


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