DJI presents Mavic Pro, its first folding drone that competes with GoPro's Karma. It weighs 700 grams and fits comfortably in a backpack
The DJI presented its first folding drone, the Mavic Pro, which will be distributed starting October 15th. The announcement comes just a few days after that of the Karma – always closable – of Go Pro.The dimensions when closed, are reminiscent of those of a water bottle and it becomes small enough to always be carried with you everywhere. equipped with the Obstacle Avoidance system which combined with the redundancy sensor increases the safety in flight and the versatility of the drone. The visual positioning in combination with the GPS and GLONASS ensure precise targeting both indoors and outdoors, and can be controlled from phone via Wi-Fi connection. The drone has a range of action of about 4.3 miles (just under 7 km) and can be booked already immediately, although shipments will start with the official terms set for worldwide distribution. DJI lets you know it will be sold in its stores with offices in Hong Kong, Seoul and Shenzhene, but also in the Apple Store, approximately , for the beginning of November. The Mavic Pro will be equipped with many of the features that the Phantom 4 had, but it will be significantly smaller and no longer has the polishing of the structure, once inspired by Apple design. The price destined for the European market of 1199.00 with free shipping.
The technical sheet:Size: 1.62 pounds (730 grams) Camera: 4K video at 30fps, 1080p HD at 96fps, 12-megapixel camera Spectrum: Max 4.3 miles (7 km) thanks to the OcuSync transmission system Battery: 3830 mAh battery, 27-minute time flightSpeed: Max 40 mph (64.8 km / h) in maximum SportVento mode: resists winds of 24 mph (38.5 km / h) Card: 3-axis, -90 to +30 height, 0 or 90 rotationAutomatic flight characteristics: DJI FlightAutonomy, ActiveTrack , TapFly and Terrain Follow.