How The DJI Phantom 4 Pro Beats The Mavic Pro In Multiple Aspects Except One
DJI is a widely embraced brand when it comes to drones. The company is one of the topmost names when talking about high-quality, sturdy and intelligent camera drones. With that, every product DJI releases become a big hit in the market, and this includes the DJI Mavic Pro and the Phantom 4 Pro. These two drones are some of the company's most recent releases and both of these products got quite a positive response from the consumers.
However, among the two, it's probably the Mavic Pro that has become a more talked-about drone in the recent months. This is probably because the Mavic is more targeted towards the general masses while the Phantom 4 Pro is more professional in nature than most of its siblings. Nevertheless, the Phantom 4 Pro also deserves limelight, so below are some of the new Phantom's features that make it a better drone than the others.
DJI Phantom 4 Comparison With DJI Mavic Pro
The Phantom 4 Pro is more "pro" than the Mavic. However, if there's one thing that the Mavic Pro can boast of that the Phantom 4 Pro cannot, it would be the Mavic's foldable and compact body. But other than that, the Phantom 4 Pro is one tough drone to level with. The Phantom 4 Pro's flight time is 30 minutes while the Mavic's is 27 minutes. The Pro's speed level is up to 72 kmh while Mavic's is 65 kmh. The new Phantom's 4K video resolution is at 60 fps while Mavic Pro's is at 30 fps. The Mavic also boasts of its 12 MP camera while the Phantom 4 Pro boasts of its one-inch 20 MP camera. Additionally, the Phantom 4 Pro's controller has a built-in screen while Mavic's need a smartphone to get a live footage.
DJI Phantom 4 Pro Specs / Features
The Phantom 4 Pro also boasts of its five-direction obstacle sensing and four-direction obstacle avoidance system that pretty much makes the drone very unlikely to collide with anything. Additionally, the drone offers the Draw feature wherein the user can draw the route that the drone will follow. There's also the TapFly feature that allows you to control the direction of the drone by just tapping on the screen. On top of that, the Phantom 4 Pro also has the Return To Home feature, alongside ActiveTrack and Gesture Mode which are pretty much explanatory. Overall, the Phantom 4 Pro is one super amazing drone and even at $1499, it's a pretty tempting deal.
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