DJI launched Mavic Pro Drone, ultra-portable drone for consumers. This new launch comes equipped with many interesting features. One of the features is that the drone can follow and track the user. This is a feature that was not present in GoPro Karma that was released a couple of days ago. Other attractive features that the latest device has that Karma does not have are the obstacle avoidance and tracking modes.
Let us now look at the other features of Mavic Pro Drone. The latest Mavic fly comes equipped with a 12-megapixel camera. It can fly at a speed of 40 MPH in sports mode. The battery life of the drone is a few minutes less than half an hour when used continuously. Apart from the sports mode, there is also Tripod mode which can help use the camera in finer angles. Positioning the adjustments for selfie are also enabled in this mode.
Another mode is the Active Track Mode. In this mode, the drone can identify specified objects such as people, animals and cars and can follow them. DJI completely changed the design of the controllers from its previous devices. You can now clip the smartphones at the bottom of the unit. The user can also use the on-screen joysticks from smartphone to control the drone instead of using the controllers.
Mavic Pro can be launched quickly and is ultraportable. Mavic Pro can easily carry in the backpack or purse. It has four folding arms, and the propeller can be tucked neatly away. For long-range flying, use the remote controller, and for shorter ranges, there is feasibility to use the smartphone. If the battery is low or if the pro lost contact with the remote controller it will automatically come back to the launch location.