DJI Mavic Pro Review: It's Still The Best Drone On The Market
The DJI Mavic Pro could be one of the most amazing drones to ever hit the market. While the GoPro Karma is also a relatively competitive drone, DJI's expertise in the field has definitely made the Mavic Pro a doubtlessly great option. Here are some reasons why the DJI Mavic Pro is one of the best drones to buy this year.
DJI Mavic Pro Design
The DJI Mavic Pro is said to be lighter and more portable than most drones in the market. It also has a more compact shape when folded, making it a joy to carry around. DJI actually boasts of the Mavic Pro being able to fold down to a size as small as a water bottle. This means that the drone could fit into users' purse or outdoor belt bags.
DJI Mavic Pro Performance
A review from The Verge says that the DJI Mavic Pro can fly a bit farther and quicker than its immediate competition. Its power is also quite impressive. According to the review, the DJI Mavic Pro is able to last longer than the Karma on a single charge. This means that the DJI drone is one of the best drones to use in rough areas where charging is difficult.
Furthermore, it was also said that the DJI Mavic Pro still carries all the goodness DJI drones boast of. The follow-me feature alongside the gesture controls and obstacle avoidance features are all present in the DJI Mavic Pro. Quality-wise, PC Advisor says that this drone offers impressive captures.
DJI Mavic Pro Price
At $749, the DJI Mavic Pro is a really good buy. It can also be bought for $999 if you want a controller included in the package. However, DJI's drone can also be controlled through a smartphone so you can always just opt for a cheaper drone-only purchase. It's worth noting that the GoPro Karma also sells at a similar price point. Meaning, the DJI Mavic Pro is not at all expensive, at least when basing on the current market competition.
Overall, the DJI Mavic Pro is definitely one of the most satisfying drones the current market can offer. It is portable, light, and a good performer. It's also competitively priced, making it a good catch for drone enthusiasts.
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