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Just when GoPro was looking to make it big in the camera drone market with its Karma, the world’s largest drone maker, DJI, has counterpunched with the impressive new Mavic Pro. Coming in at roughly half the size of the flagship Phantom, the 1.65-pound Mavic Pro is DJI’s smallest 4K-capable camera drone yet. The device manages to fit into the palm of your hand and could easily tuck into a backpack or even a small purse. The Magic Pro is able to achieve this space-saving trickery by folding its front arms rearward (and tucking its rotors), while the rear arms fold forward creating an incredibly compact device. But don’t let its small stature fool you, the Mavic Pro is packed with high-end components... Read more...
If you’re a Hollywood filmmaker with deep pockets, DJI has a new drone that is bound to give you the perfect aerial shot with tracking accuracy that is measured down to mere centimeters. The drone in question is the Matrice 600 (M600), which come packing a wealth of advanced features and redundancies to justify its immense price tag. For starters, the M600 uses Lightbridge 2 video downlink technology which allows the M600 to stream 1080p video at 60fps from distances of up to three miles away. And an all-new A3 flight controller combines up to three GPS units with three Inertial Memory Units (if you opt for the upgraded A3 PRO flight controller) to give the M600 unprecedented accuracy when traveling... Read more...
If you’re into aerial drones, DJI is hopes to address your in-flight photography needs with the introduction of a new entry-level model in the Phantom 3 series. Whereas the Phantom 3 Professional and Advanced cost $1,259 and $999 respectively, the new Phantom 3 Standard is a bit easier on the wallet at $799. That price of admission will get you a gimbal-mounted camera capable of shooting 2.7K HD video at 30 FPS along with 12MP still shots (in JPEG or RAW format). As you might expect, video captured from the camera can be streamed back to your smartphone in 720p (the range for this feature is just 0.62 miles, or roughly half that of its Advanced and Professional counterparts) while you film... Read more...
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