Drones are a serious business. According to reports, DJI has sold close to a million drone units last year, gobbling up an estimated 75% of the market share in this particular segment.
The China-based drone manufacturer has clearly taken a good chunk of the sales back to the research table and earlier yesterday they announced their latest drone DJI Mavic Pro, smaller in size and yet packs the same features as its larger predecessors.
DJI earlier Phantoms were incredibly powerful but suffers from poor portability due to its sheer size. The Mavic Pro is made primarily to solve the problem of bringing it around, capable of folding down to a size equivalent to a small water bottle.
The new drone is also just as powerful – It features a 4K camera with gimbal stabilisation for smooth footage, flies up to 64km/h for as long as 27 minutes, has ActiveTrack, TapFly and other smart features similar to the Phantom, and a new OcuSync transmission system that offers up to a whopping 7km range.
Users will also get to control the Mavic Pro via a remote controller, it also has the option to attached your smartphone for display and tap functions.
DJI’s new Mavic Pro is available for US$999 and comes with free shipping worldwide, including to Singapore. Top up an additional US$340 for bundled accessories including a car charger, extra batteries, propeller wings, and shoulder bag.Buy from DJI