The DJI Mavic Pro is a slight yet strange drone that turns the sky into your innovative canvas quickly, helping you make every moment an aerial instant. Its immense size hides a high degree of complication that makes it one of DJI’s most advanced flying cameras ever. Twenty-four high-performance computing cores, an all-new transmission system with a 4.3mi range, five vision sensors, and a 4K camera maintain by a three-axis, are at your order with just a push of your thumb or a spout of your finger.
Custom-design, high-energy batteries; an optimized thrust system; and new power management give the Mavic a great extensive flight time than many compatible platforms in its size. It results in flight times of up to twenty-seven min under ideal conditions and up to 21 min for average flights.
Camera & Function
The Mavic Pro camera shoots 4K video at 30 frames per second and Full HD 1080p at 96f/s so that you can create beautiful slow motion. Its least focusing distance is just 19′, making it ideal for everything from the ultimate aerial selfies to landscape shots. Every picture you grasp with the Mavic can be as big as twelve megapixels.
OcuSync long-range-transmission technology is consistent with relaying a signal up to 4.3mi line-of-sight while supporting 720p HD video. Every time you fly, OcuSync scans a span of available frequencies to find and use the one with the least interrogation to give you more reliability and authority. OcuSync gives vital statistics of the Mavic to you in real-time, and can also use to download pictures and videos at up to 40Mbps while flying.
Flight Control & Modes
FlightAutonomy is the Mavic’s brain. A composite network of hardware and software that indicates five cameras, GPS/GLONASS, a pair of ultrasonic range acquire, redundant sensors, and a group of 24 CPUs to process and fuse all of this information. The Mavic can position itself accurately in a variety of environments, beyond what is possible using necessary ‘optical flow’ technology, which depends on a single downward-facing camera and assumes that the ground below is always flat. Mavic can sense its environment in 3-dimensions. The ground covered in uneven markings and obstacles.
With ActiveTrack, tell the Mavic who to track, and it handles the rest. No GPS bracelets or transmitters are required. The Mavic has trained to detect and recognize many subjects, including people, riders, cars, trains, and animals. At one time, you have marked your topic; you can fly around them to create a massive variety of shots. As the Mavic Pro is tracking, you can even choose probably where you want the subject in the frame. Three modes are available:
1.) Trace – Follow for or in front of your subject, or circle it as it moves.
2.) Profile – Fly alongside your subject.
3.) Spotlight – stay the camera trained on your subject while you fly almost all over.
The Intelligent Flight Battery has its integrated battery-management system that takes into account everything from remaining voltage, amount of power used, temperature, and more to calculate remaining flight times. When placed in longer-term storage, LiPo batteries should only keep at a 50 percent charge. If you live in a winter place or plan to fly on a winter break, low-temperature protection will activate. It controls available propulsion power based on the temperature of the battery so that only a fully-warmed-up battery can offer full potential.
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