While DJI Mavic Pro is undeniably the company's most popular drone unit right now, its success didn't stop DJI from introducing more units to the loose drone market. The most recently revealed DJI product is the Matrice 200 series. Here's a quick overview as to how this new series differs in purpose from the popular Mavic Pro drone.
DJI Matrice 200 And DJI Mavic Pro: Target Audience
As per POB Online, the Matrice 200 series is designed for professional usage. It's practically made for aerial inspections and data collections. While it differs from the Mavic Pro when it comes to its main purpose, both drone products are foldable and easy to setup. Nevertheless, the DJI Matrice 200 series is claimed to be weather and water-resistant. The Mavic Pro, on the other hand, can likewise take so much physical abuse. However, DJI doesn't claim that the popular Mavic drone is straightforward waterproof or weather-resistant.
With that said, the Matrice 200 series is clearly more appropriate for a more intense usage, unlike the DJI Mavic Pro which is virtually targeted towards the mainstream masses. The Mavic Pro's compact body and multiple user modes pretty much suggest that it is designed for hobbyists rather than workers from the more industrial fields. For photographers, videographers and outdoor-lovers, the Mavic Pro should be the most regret-free drone option. Industrial businesses on the other hand alongside various agencies could find convenience in using the Matrice 200 drone series.
DJI Matrice 200 And DJI Mavic Pro: Features
With these two having different target audiences, the Matrice 200 and the Mavic Pro have different sets of features. While the DJI Mavic Pro boasts of amazing camera-drone features like Sport mode, Gesture mode, Tripod mode and 4K imagery, the new Matrice series boast of a more technical set of specs. The Matrice 200 have more professional features like its Dual IMUs (inertial measurement unit), triple barometers, dual frequencies, high-tech batteries, built-in ADS-B receiver, real-time kinematics and multiple gimbals.