Mavic Pro – DJI
- 1.What’s the main difference between Mavic and Phantom 4?
The Mavic is smaller, lighter, and easier to carry with you thanks to its foldable design. Its new OcuSync transmission system has a longer transmission range and 1080p resolution. Due to its larger size, the Phantom 4 has a higher maximum speed and can withstand stronger winds.
- 2.Does the folding mechanism wear out and will it need replacing?
The folding mechanism has been tested to last at least 5000 folds. It is unlikely that it will wear out during the Mavic’s lifetime.
- 3.What’s difference of camera between Mavic and Phantom 4?
The two cameras have the same features, but the Mavic’s camera has a smaller FOV, is able to focus as closely as 0.5m and can be rotated 90° for portrait shots and selfies. The Phantom 4’s larger FOV makes it better suited for landscape imaging.
- 4.Is the Mavic Pro waterproof?
No. As the Mavic chassis is low to the ground, only take off and land in suitable areas that are flat and free of puddles.
- 1.How do you enable auto focus on the Mavic Pro camera?
Focus is essential to capturing sharp images. To enable auto focus:
1. Tap the screen in the DJI GO app camera interface.
2. Long tap the screen to enable auto focus when using ActiveTrack, TapFly and Gesture modes. (This function needs to be enabled in General Settings)
3. Focus at the center by pressing a customizable button. C1 is set by default and can be used during normal flight or while using Intelligent Flight Modes.
- 2.When shooting in manual focus mode, my shots are blurred even when moving the slider all the way to infinite focus. Why?
The focus range of the Mavic is 0.5m to infinite. Slide along the bar until you reach a focus point. Sliding straight to infinite focus does not guarantee sharp focus.
- 3.Can I zoom during shooting?
The Mavic Pro supports a 2x digital zoom, but does not support optical zoom. You can zoom in or out by draging on the screen or by pressing the customizable buttons.
- 4.How to enter Portrait mode?
Slide to the left on the screen and tap the a Portrait/Landscape icon, or by pressing customizable buttons.
- Remote Controller & WI-FI
- 1.What is the difference between using the remote controller to control the Mavic, and using your smartphone to control it via Wi-Fi?
The Mavic remote controller uses DJI’s OcuSync transmission technology, giving it an increased range of up to 4.3mi (7km) in open areas without interference, FCC compliant. When using a smartphone connected via Wi-Fi, the controllable range is 80m, and maximum altitude is 50m, making it suitable for short-range shots like selfies and for setting up ActiveTrack. You can also download photos and videos directly from the Mavic to your mobile device via Wi-Fi. By sliding the Control Mode switch on the right hand side of the aircraft, you can choose easily between Wi-FI and RC mode depending on which transmission type you need.
- 2.How do I switch between the two controller modes?
First, make sure that your aircraft is powered off.
Then, open the small cover on the right hand side of the aircraft body. Slide the switch to the left to enable Wi-Fi control, or to the right to use the remote controller.
- 3.What sizes of smartphone can fit inside the Mavic remote controller?
The Mavic remote controller can fit smartphones between 6.5-8.5mm thick and up to 160mm long, without a phone case. Phones and tablets larger than this do not fit the remote controller’s device holder.
- 4.Can I use a regular USB cable to connect my phone and remote controller?
Yes, you can. However, for the best user experience, we recommend that you use a dedicated Mavic RC (Remote Controller) Cable to connect your phone.
- 5.What Remote Controller Cables are included with the Mavic upon purchase?
Three cables are included in the box: one with Lightning connector, one with a standard Micro-USB connector and the third one is the USB Type-C connector
- 6.What is the default Wi-Fi SSID and password?
For security purposes, each Mavic has its own SSID and password that can be found on a sticker on one of the forearms of the aircraft and inside the battery compartment. For your first use, you can scan the QR code with the DJI GO app to connect to the aircraft*, or enter the password manually under your phone’s Wi-Fi settings. (*Only available for Android devices).
- 7.Can I use other QR code apps to scan the QR code and connect to the aircraft via Wi-Fi?
No. You must use the DJI GO app to connect to your aircraft.
- 8.How can I set the Wi-Fi SSID and password?
Connect to your Mavic via Wi-Fi and then enter Camera View. Now enter Wi-Fi settings to manually set the SSID and password.
- 9.How do I reset the Wi-Fi password back to default?
Turn on the Mavic in Wi-Fi mode, press the linking button and hold for 5s.
- 10.What is the benefit of dual-band Wi-Fi?
The 2.4G Wi-Fi frequency was developed a long time ago, 5G Wi-Fi is newer. As 2.4G is older, more devices use this frequency, making it more likely to suffer from interference. 5G is less prone to interference as there are less 5G devices, but not all phones support the 5G frequency. You can switch between these two frequency bands in the Wi-Fi Settings menu in the DJI GO app.
- 11.What customizable buttons does the Mavic Pro have?
C1, C2 and 5D buttons on the remote controller are customizable.
Default settings: C1: Focus at the center, C2: Play back, 5D Up: Recenter gimbal, FD Down: Tilt gimbal down, 5D Left: Zoom in, 5D Right Zoom out.
- 12.What does the Pause button on the remote controller do?
It tells the Mavic Pro to hover, pausing the flight.
- 13.What’s the difference between the Remote Controller Cable (Standard Micro USB Connector) and the Remote Controller Cable (Reverse Micro USB Connector)?Phone with display facing up:
Standard Micro USB connector
Reverse Micro USB Connector
The Remote Controller Cable (Standard Micro USB Connector) is compatible with: Samsung, Huawei, Motorola and more. The Remote Controller Cable (Reverse Micro USB Connector) is compatible with: HTC, Mi, OPPO and more. For Sony, VIVO, and other brands, phone compatibility differs by model. Please take care to choose the correct type for your phone.
- 1.Do I have to take the propellers off when in transit?
No. Just fold the propellers and you are good to go.
- 2.What happens if the propellers are not fully unfolded before flight?
Once the rotors start spinning, the centrifugal force will automatically push the propellers into the correct position, so you don’t need to worry about not having unfolded them perfectly.
- 3.The Mavic’s motors are not all on the same plane. Will this affect its flight performance?
- 4.What’s the highest level of wind the Mavic can resist?
The Mavic can withstand a level 5 wind, also called a fresh breeze. This is defined as wind speeds of 19–24mph (29–38kph).
- 5.How far can the Mavic fly on a single charge?
In calm weather and under ideal conditions, the Mavic can fly up to 8 miles (13km) at 31 mph (50 kph). Real-world performance will vary though, so we urge you to monitor your battery level at all times.
- 6.Why does the Mavic have a longer flight time than hover time?
Thanks to its rotor system optimized for forward flight and its aerodynamic design, when flying at the optimum speed for energy consumption, the Mavic consumes less energy then it does hovering. This is why it is able to give you a 27 minute flight time, while its hover time is 24 minutes.
- Video Transmission
- 1.What is the main benefit of the OcuSync video transmission system?
OcuSync has a range of up to 4.3 miles (7 km) with improved resistance to interference and a higher transmission throughput. At shorter ranges it can stream footage to you at 1080p resolution and also allows photo and video downloads at 40Mb/s.
- 2.What is the resolution of the live view transmitted via OcuSync?
The users can switch between 1080P and 720P manually. However we don’t suggest the users use the 1080P when there is strong electromagnetic interference or for far-field transmission.
- 3. What is OcuSync’s transmission latency?
160ms-170ms from the Mavic’s camera to your device screen under ideal conditions.
- 1.What is the difference between quick calibration and advanced calibration?
When the Vision System fails to function normally, you can do a quick calibration in the DJI GO app, or connect the aircraft to a computer to perform advanced calibration for higher precision.
- 2.What is the difference between the Mavic’s Intelligent Vision Positioning System and an Optical Flow Vision Positioning System?
The Mavic combines dual forward and downward vision sensors to realize precision hovering. Therefore, it requires no more than a patterned surface and enough available light to be able to hover stably up to 13m above the ground. Even if the Mavic is unable to identify reference points on the ground, it can still rely on its forward vision sensors to hover. In contrast, an Optical Flow system, requires information from ultrasonic sensors to supplement its view of patterned surfaces.
An example to show the difference between the two systems is when the aircraft is returning to you while you are standing on a balcony. When flying in over the balcony, drones using Optical Flow will receive data from two data sources that measure its height above the below surface differently – one being its height above the ground, and another the height above the balcony. As the data is not compatible, an Optical Flow system may become confused.
Another example is when the ground below the drone is covered by vegetation. Plants and trees do not reflect sound as well as other surfaces, causing the Optical Flow system’s ultrasonic sensors to be unable to gather altitude data.
In conclusion, the Mavic’s Intelligent Vision Positioning System requires fewer inputs and is therefore more robust in its functionality.
- 3.What is the maximum distance and maximum flight speed at which the Mavic can fly while avoiding obstacles?
The Mavic will automatically avoid obstacles 50ft (15m) in front of it. The maximum speed at which the Mavic is able to avoid obstacles is 22mph (30kph).
- 4.What are the conditions required for Precision Landing?
Precision Landing is an upgraded version of GPS RTH. It needs a GPS signal strong enough to initiate Precision Landing, so that the Mavic can be navigated back to the vicinity of the take-off point.
Then, the aircraft needs to be able to visually recognize the pattern of the ground it took off from, for example cracks or other identifiable patterns. A uniform patch of sand, however, is not suitable for Precision Landing. Finally, the Mavic needs to capture footage of the ground during take-off to record its appearance. This means that you should give the Mavic sufficient time during its ascent and fly up to around 10m above your takeoff point , instead of flying away immediately after take-off.
- 5.Why can’t I calibrate my Mavic’s vision sensors with DJI Assistant 2 on my computer?
here are a few reasons why calibration may fail:
1. Every sensor leaves the factory with a protective cover. Check if the protective covers have been removed.
2. Check if the sensors are clean and if the preview image is clear.
3. Some computer screens may be unable to calibrate. Try using a different screen.
- 1.Can the Mavic’s charger charge both its Intelligent Flight Battery and its remote controller?
Yes, it can charge a battery and two other devices simultaneously via USB. However, it will take longer to fully charge the devices.
- 2.Does the Mavic’s battery support quick charging?
Yes. The Mavic’s Intelligent Flight Battery supports quick charging at nearly 2C, with a maximum charging power of 100W. The rated power of Mavic Battery Charger is 50W, and the rated power of the Mavic Car Charger is 78W. When using the Mavic Advanced Charging Hub with a 100W adapter, the battery can be charged at 100W.
- 3.What is a Battery Charging Hub? What is the difference between the two versions of the Mavic’s Charging Hub?
The two Charging Hubs can both charge up to 4 batteries at one time. In order to fully charge the first battery as quickly as possible, the Intelligent Flight Batteries are charged in sequence according to their power levels, from high to low. This gives you the fastest way of getting all your batteries fully charged.
There are two main differences between the two Charging Hubs. First, the standard Charging Hub only supports the Mavic’s 50W Battery Charger and Mavic Car Charger, while the advanced version also supports the 100W Battery Charger and Car Charger from the Phantom 4. Second, the advanced version will balance the voltage of each battery cell to improve charging efficiency. When one battery’s charging enters the second-half of its charging phase, the next battery will enter the first-half of its charging phase. With 4 batteries all at 15%, the advanced charger can get 4 batteries fully charged in 140 minutes using the Phantom 4’s 100W charger, while the standard version will need 270 minutes with the Mavic’s 50W charger.
- 4.What is the Mavic’s Battery to Power Bank Adapter?
This adapter can be connected to the Mavic’s Intelligent Flight Battery, turning it into a power bank. Thanks to its high capacity, an Intelligent Flight Battery at 25% charge can fully charge the Mavic’s controller, or an iPhone 6.
- 5.What is the maximum output current for the Mavic’s Battery to Power Bank Adapter?
The adapter has two USB ports which can be used simultaneously. The output voltage is 5V, and the max current is 2A + 2A.
- Travel Notice
- 1.How many batteries can I carry in the Mavic’s Shoulder Bag?
Four. One mounted on the Mavic, one at the bottom of the bag, and one in each of the two side pockets.
- Firmware Updates
- 1.When using DJI GO 4 to update firmware, can I let the update run in the background while I use other apps?
No. DJI GO 4 will state an update error. You will have to reconnect to the internet to update again.
- 2.After downloading the firmware successfully, can I disconnect from the internet and continue updating?
- 3.Will the update fail if the battery level of the aircraft or controller is lower than 50%?
The update will not start if the battery levels are lower than 50%. After downloading the firmware, please ensure the aircraft and controller have sufficient power to continue the update. However, the update will continue to run normally if battery levels fall below 50% during an update.
- 4.Will the remote controller be updated when upgrading the aircraft via USB?
No. In this case, only the aircraft will be updated.
Please refer to the instructions below when using DJI Assistant 2 to update.
1. To update the remote controller only: Power off the aircraft and connect the remote controller to your computer via USB.
2. To update the aircraft only: Connect the aircraft to your computer via USB.
3. To update the aircraft and remote controller together: Power on the aircraft and link it to the remote controller then connect the remote controller to the computer via USB;
Once the aircraft and remote controller are connected to your computer, DJI Assistant 2 will respond to the device that was connected first.
- 5.When the remote controller is connected via USB, my computer and DJI Assistant 2 become unresponsive. Why?
The remote controller does not support hot swapping. Please ensure that the remote controller is powered off before connecting it to the computer. Power on the remote after connecting.
- 6.What happens if the battery firmware version differs from the aircraft firmware version after the update?
DJI GO will examine version consistency for all devices. If there is a problem, follow the instructions in DJI GO for a further update.
- 7.Can I update through DJI GO 4 when using Wi-Fi to control the aircraft?
No. You cannot update the aircraft in this instance. However, you may update other components to the current aircraft firmware version.
- 8.What does it mean when the progress bar gets stuck during an update?
Both devices have different update speeds. It will take approximately five minutes for the remote controller, ten minutes for the aircraft, and 15 minutes to update both simultaneously. If the update takes longer, check your network connection and USB cable or power off, restart and try again.
- 9.What happens if the remote controller gets disconnected from the aircraft after an update?
Please refer to the instructions in the user manual and relink the remote controller and aircraft. Check the latest version numbers to make sure both have been updated properly.
- 10.If the update still fails, try the following steps:
1.Check that the battery level is at least 50% or higher before updating.
2.Check that you haven’t powered off the device during the update. If so, switch the power on again to continue.
3.Disconnecting from the internet during a firmware download will lead to update failure. However, you can disconnect the aircraft from the computer after downloading the firmware to start an update. When the update is finished, reconnect the aircraft to the computer via USB. DJI GO will show the update is 100% complete.
4.If update failure persists, or the remote controller does not link with the aircraft, there may be firmware inconsistencies between devices. In this instance, use DJI Assistant 2 on your computer to update to the latest versions separately. It is normal for the remote controller to restart a few times when updating. When linked to the aircraft, it will disconnect and relink twice.
DJI Makes World’s Best Camera Drone More Accessible With Mavic 3 Classic
DJI Makes World’s Best Camera Drone More Accessible With Mavic 3 Classic
Newest Member of the DJI Mavic 3 Series Expands Possibilities For More Creators
November 2, 2022 – DJI, the world’s leader in civilian drones and aerial imaging technology, today makes the world’s best camera drone more accessible with the Mavic 3 Classic, giving creators a new way to experience the unparalleled Hasselblad camera and unbeatable flight performance of the Mavic 3 Series. Mavic 3 Classic features the same 4/3 CMOS 20-megapixel camera, 46-minute maximum flight time, and O3+ transmission system as the original Mavic 3 drone, without an additional telephoto lens. Mavic 3 Classic is compatible with existing DJI RC Pro, DJI RC, and DJI RC-N1 to put premium performance in a more affordable package, making it easy for drone creators to move up to the best flying camera on the market.
“The Mavic 3 series has always set the standard for what a drone can do, from the original Mavic 3 and Mavic 3 Cine that transformed aerial photography and cinematography, through the Mavic 3 Enterprise and Mavic 3 Thermal platforms for professional work,” said Ferdinand Wolf, Creative Director at DJI. “Now, DJI is moving forward to give more creators access to the photographic excellence and operational reliability that are the hallmarks of the Mavic 3 Series. With the launch of Mavic 3 Classic, we hope to see even more creators putting our top-of-the-line tools to work and pushing their creativity past their old limits.”
The Best Camera for Your Best Content
With the launch of Mavic 3 Classic, more creators will have full access to the wide possibilities afforded by the Mavic 3 4/3 CMOS Hasselblad camera. For video work, the camera captures up to 5.1K/50 fps, 4K/60 fps and 1080p/60fps using H.264 and H.265 encoders. In slow-motion applications, Mavic 3 Classic captures video at 4K/120fps and 1080p/200fps. Its 24mm equivalent focal length lens opens to an adjustable aperture spanning f/2.8 to f/11 for 12.8 stops of native dynamic range. When light hits the 20-megapixel sensor, it is processed in 12-bit RAW for photography and 10-bit D-Log for video, making the camera up to the challenge of accurately conveying the vivid colors, peak highlights, and detail-rich shadows of our world.
Because the Mavic 3 Classic camera is based on Hasselblad’s groundbreaking research and development, it is designed to capture true-to-life details matching what the human eye perceives. The Hasselblad Natural Colour Solution directly outputs photos and videos with genuine and accurate colors, and its HLG system for high dynamic range photography generates footage that does not require color tuning in post-production. Even in low-light scenarios such as sunrises and sunsets, a night shot video mode reduces visual noise to allow cleaner shots.
Intelligent in the Air and on Your Screen
Capturing the world’s images accurately is just the beginning of the creative process. Mavic 3 Classic is engineered to put the power of DJI’s flight technology at the service of every creator in a simple and easy-to-use interface that functions smoothly right out of the box, is customizable for the most precise control, and easily outputs images and videos for sharing, editing, and post-production.
Creators who have honed their skills on earlier versions of DJI’s drones will find themselves free to fly for up to 46 minutes with Mavic 3 Classic, which uses the same batteries as the rest of the Mavic 3 Series. The O3+ transmission system for flight control and video can display stellar 1080p/60fps video at a range of up to 15 kilometers (9.3 miles). Transmission distance is a proxy for signal strength, and Mavic 3 Classic should always be flown within the pilot’s line of sight.
From the first moments in the air, Mavic 3 Classic’s array of intelligent algorithms can begin tracking subjects, framing images and automatically moving the camera in cinematic flight patterns. The ActiveTrack 5.0 system uses multiple vision sensors to recognize subjects, lock them in frame, and move the drone and camera in concert to create professional-quality videos. With MasterShots, both shooting and editing functions are automated to make the creative process simple and effective even for new pilots still developing their personal visual language in the air.
Mavic 3 Classic features the automated QuickShots shooting modes that DJI pilots have come to love, as well as continued support for timelapse, hyperlapse, and panorama shooting styles. The new Cruise Control feature allows pilots to set a constant flight speed for their drone, allowing them to focus on the imagery while minimizing any camera shake from manual speed control.
Once Mavic 3 Classic is back on the ground, turning raw imagery into classic content is easier than ever. The High-Speed QuickTransfer option allows quick image and video downloads direct from the drone to a mobile phone over Wi-Fi 6 at speeds up to 80 MB per second without connecting to the remote controller.
Safe and Certified
Mavic 3 Classic features a full array of safety features to help pilots steer clear of hazards and other aircraft while creating amazing content. It has eight visual sensors to detect obstacles in all directions, feeding that information to the APAS 5.0 system that can avoid obstacles and independently plan routes around them. Its advanced Return To Home system scans the environment from up to 200 meters away, then can plot the best path back to its launch point and fly that route if necessary.
DJI has always led the drone industry in safety technology, and Mavic 3 Classic continues that proud tradition. It is equipped with an AirSense ADS-B receiver, giving drone pilots awareness of airplanes and helicopters nearby that are transmitting ADS-B signals – often before the pilot can see or hear those aircraft. DJI’s GEO 2.0 geofencing system gives drone pilots information about airspace restrictions and potential flight hazards in the area, providing an extra margin of safety for flight operations. To learn more about DJI’s safety leadership, visit dji.com/flysafe.
Like all DJI products, Mavic 3 Classic is designed with data security in mind. Creators never have to share their photos, videos or flight logs with anyone unless they choose to do so. The drone never has to be connected to the internet during flight, and transmission systems are encrypted for both the drone’s video signals and its flight controls. Even when flying high-profile photo and video assignments, DJI’s data privacy systems provide the discretion and protection that sensitive assignments demand. To learn more about DJI’s security leadership, visit security.dji.com/data/overview.
Mavic 3 Classic is ready for the latest generation of regulatory system compliance around the globe. In the United States, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has approved Mavic 3 Classic’s means of compliance with Remote ID rules, as it has done for the other drones in the Mavic 3 Series. In Europe, the full Mavic 3 Series has been issued the world’s first C1 certificate under the new European Drone Regulation, allowing users to fly in the new A1 Open Category without taking a costly remote piloting licensing exam.
Price and Availability
The DJI Mavic 3 Classic is available for purchase today from store.dji.com and authorized retail partners in three purchase configurations:
- Mavic 3 Classic (Drone Only) does not include a remote controller or charger, and is ideal for owners of existing DJI drones who are ready to move up to the top-of-the line camera performance of Mavic 3. It is compatible with any existing DJI RC-N1, DJI RC or DJI RC Pro controller. It is available for the retail price of US$1469.
- Mavic 3 Classic includes a charger and the DJI RC-N1 remote controller. It is available for the retail price of US$1599.
- Mavic 3 Classic (DJI RC) includes a charger and the DJI RC remote controller. It is available for the retail price of US$1749.
- Mavic 3 Classic Fly More Kit includes two Intelligent Flight Batteries, a Battery Charging Hub (100W), 65W Car Charger, three pairs of Low-Noise Propellers, and a DJI Convertible Carrying Bag. It is available for the retail price of US$649.
For more information on all the new features, accessories, and capabilities, please visit https://www.dji.com/mavic-3-classic
DJI Care Refresh
DJI Care Refresh, the comprehensive protection plan for DJI products, is now available for DJI Mavic 3 Classic. The replacement service covers accidental damage, including flyaway, collisions and water damage. For a small additional charge, you can have your damaged product replaced if an accident occurs.
DJI Care Refresh (1-Year Plan) includes up to two replacements in one year. DJI Care Refresh (2-Year Plan) includes up to three replacements in two years and extends the original warranty up to 2 years from the date of purchase. Other services of DJI Care Refresh include rewards for safe flight and free shipping.For a full list of details, please visit: https://www.dji.com/service/djicare-refresh.
DJI Mavic 3 Classic for SkyPixel
DJI is excited to see the creative works that will result from the help of DJI Mavic 3 Classic. To bring this opportunity to the world, SkyPixel – the leading global community for aerial photographers and videographers – is also launching a campaign that will give users the chance to try and shoot with this new impressive drone. The SkyPixel Product Tryout Program will send DJI Mavic 3 Classic to select users who will be able to experience content creation with the device for a limited time, and be in the running to win their very own DJI Mavic 3 Classic. For more detailed information, please visit the official SkyPixel site: https://www.skypixel.com
DJI Mavic comparison: which drone to choose?
The DJI Mavic Series offers outstanding features, enjoyment and superior performance for beginners and professional pilots alike. This article will help you quickly compare drones and choose the best ones for your adventures. First, let’s turn to the table to quickly compare them.
|||Mavic Mini||Mavic Air||Mavic Pro Platinum||Mavic 2 Pro||Mavic 2 Zoom|
|Weight||249 gr||430 gr||734 gr||907 gr||905 gr|
|Size (folded)||140*82*57mm||168*83*49mm||198*83*83mm||214*91*84 mm||214*91*84 mm|
|Stabilization||3-axis gimbal||3-axis gimbal||3-axis gimbal||3-axis gimbal||3-axis gimbal|
|Video||2. 7K/30fps @ 40Mbps||4K/30fps @ 100Mbps||4K/30fps @ 60Mbps||4K/30fps @ 100Mbps||4K/30fps @ 100Mbps|
|Matrix||1/2.3″ CMOS, 12MP||1/2.3″ CMOS, 12MP||1/2.3″ CMOS, 12.71MP||1″ CMOS, 20MP||1/2.3″ CMOS, 12MP|
|Max distance transmission||4 km||4 km||7 km||18 km||18 km|
|Time in flight||30 minutes||21 minutes||30 minutes||31 minutes||31 minutes|
The compact Mavic Mini is a great drone for beginners with good features and lots of fun. Mavic Mini is the lightest and most portable drone in the Mavic family. With the new DJI Fly app, Mavic Mini provides simple and intuitive control.
Mavic Mini Key Features
Ultralight. Mavic Mini weighs less than 250 grams, making it the lightest in the series. Its low weight, portability and foldable design eliminate it from drones that are subject to registration in most countries around the world.
The 2.7K camera and 3-axis gimbal on board the Mavic Mini provide superior stabilization and cinematic-quality video. It can shoot 12MP photos and 2.7K video, providing bright and sharp shots for social media.
The maximum flight time is 30 minutes.
Due to its low weight, Mavic Mini can stay in the air for up to 30 minutes. This long flight time means you can get more out of every adventure.
1. DJI Fly app. The new DJI Fly app includes a new “Creator templates” feature that allows users to create amazing videos with a couple of taps. This app will suit users with no video editing skills, offering the ability to turn their content into a beautiful and easy-to-share clip.
2. Control panel. The DJI Mavic Mini standard remote control provides HD video transmission at a distance of up to 4 km.
3. Optical sensors and GPS. Mavic Mini can hover in place indoors and outdoors thanks to GPS and optical sensors underneath.
Mavic Mini is the smallest and lightest of the entire DJI Mavic lineup. Filled with great features, it will allow any user to get Hollywood quality videos. Buy this mini drone if you are looking for an extremely comfortable, easy to use drone with incredibly easy controls.
Go on an adventure with a portable, foldable and high performance drone. Mavic Air will give you the opportunity to get 4K – 30 fps video. This drone has 8GB of data storage on board, allowing you to capture photos and videos directly to the aircraft’s memory.
Portable system. Mavic Air features an ultra-portable foldable design designed to take you anywhere.
4K camera and 3-axis gimbal. Mavic Air has a 3-axis gimbal that delivers smooth, cinematic-quality video. Whether you’re skiing in the mountains or capturing a beautiful sunset, every second of your adventure can be captured in stunning 4K/30fps at 100Mbps.
The maximum flight time is 21 minutes. Smart batteries are made with high-quality lithium, which gives a long flight time.
1. 32MP spherical panoramas. Mavic Air stitches together 25 photos in seconds to create a 32MP spherical panorama.
2.SmartCapture. Users can launch and control Mavic Air with gestures. Take photos and videos.
3. Optical sensors in 3 directions. With front, rear and bottom sensors, Mavic ensures safety and ease of control.
Mavic Air is a foldable and portable drone with a powerful interior, perfect for beginners and advanced users. A good choice for travel, offering the highest flight quality and endless possibilities.
Mavic Pro Platinum
Compared to its predecessor (Mavic Pro), the upgraded version has longer flight time and less noise. It also has the ability to shoot 4K video and is pleasant to use.
The Mavic Pro platinum has a sleek silver finish and foldable arms. It will easily fit into most travel bags and suitcases.
4K camera and 3-axis gimbal
The shooting capabilities of the Mavic Pro include 4K 30fps movie shooting, as well as JPG and RAW photo shooting.
Flight time – 30 minutes. Improvements in motor and propeller design give the Mavic Pro Platinum a maximum flight time of up to 30 minutes. Aircraft noise is reduced by 60% compared to Mavic Pro. This effect is achieved by special noise control measures – updated regulator firmware and special propellers.
1. OcuSync transfer. This technology allows you to fly up to 7km while streaming 1080p and 720p video.
2. Front and bottom optical sensors. The Mavic Pro Platinum has front and bottom optical sensors for greater positioning accuracy without the need for satellites. This means that the drone can hover at a point and land in almost the same place from which it took off.
3. Tripod mode. Great option for taking photos. This feature allows you to control the aircraft with very slow and precise movements. Whether you’re performing complex flight maneuvers for the perfect shot or simply looking for more control while flying, tripod mode gives you more control over your drone.
The Mavic Pro Platinum is a great choice for users looking for a high performance drone with easy controls.
The Mavic 2 has redefined the world of aerial photography. With exceptional low-light performance and powerful features. Both Mavic 2 Pro and Mavic 2 Zoom incorporate the most advanced DJI technology.
DJI Mavic 2 features
The Mavic 2 has changed the world of aerial photography with its amazing camera capabilities and good flight performance, but there are a few significant differences between the two versions of the Mavic 2.
Folding design (both versions). Like all drones in the Mavic series, the Mavic 2 features a portable, foldable design.
1. 4K camera and 3-axis gimbal. Both versions of the Mavic 2 feature a 3-axis camera stabilization system for smooth shooting in any situation.
2. 1″ sensor The Mavic 2 Pro has the largest sensor in the Mavic series, which provides the best performance in low light conditions and the widest range of sensitivity (ISO).
3. Color profile 10-Bit D-Log-M. This mode preserves the maximum amount of color transitions and details, and provides the maximum dynamic range for stunning aerial shots.
4. HDR video. With support for 4K 10-bit HDR, the Mavic 2 Pro’s camera is able to capture more detail at the edge of brightness and contrast areas, making your footage even more natural.
5. Optical zoom lens. Equipped with a 12MP sensor and a 4x zoom lens, the Mavic 2 Zoom pushes the boundaries of creative shooting.
6. Hybrid autofocus. Combining phase and contrast detection, the new autofocus system on the Mavic 2 zoom lets you shoot incredibly sharp shots, even when zooming out.
1. The maximum flight time is 31 minutes. Both the Mavic 2 Pro and Mavic 2 Zoom have a flight time of up to 31 minutes, the longest flight time of any Mavic series drone.
2. Quiet flight. The Mavic 2 combines custom ESCs with new firmware and special low-noise propellers to ensure quiet flight.
1. Dolly Zoom. A new movie-inspired feature available in the QuickShot menu, which is available on the Mavic 2 Zoom, adds a very interesting zoom-in effect to your video.
2. Photos with super resolution. This feature is specially designed for Mavic 2 Zoom. With this shooting, your landscapes will receive exceptional detail and clarity.
3. Omnidirectional collision avoidance system. Collision sensors are located on all sides of the drone, which ensures maximum safety in flight.
4. OcuSync 2.0 video transmission. Improved OcuSync technology further improves video transmission, resulting in improved quality and immunity to interference.
Mavic 2 combines the latest DJI technology for aerial photography professionals. These drones incorporate the latest technology and features to give you exceptional results.
Mavic series drones
The combination of portability, power and flight performance has made the Mavic series one of the most popular drones on the market. For users who are looking for an everyday drone, Mavic Mini is the one that combines the smallest weight and smallest size, as well as ease of control. Travelers will find the Mavic Air handy for great 4K video and high-quality photos. If you’re looking for exceptional flight capabilities, the Mavic 2 is the best choice. Users who venture into professional aerial photography will love the great pictures and videos that the Mavic 2 delivers. Whatever you want, wherever you go, the DJI Mavic series gives you everything you need to get the results you want.
mavic 3 – DJI Lab
Mavic 3 is the latest high-tech drone from DJI. Continuation of the professional Mavic PRO line. The previous model pro 2 was produced for more than three years without changes.
Users have been waiting a long time to see what DJI will surprise its fans with. And at the end of 21, the Mavic 3 was introduced. Unlike the 2 pro, the model was not as warmly received as the previous one.
Huge bright camera and almost 35% longer flight time – that’s great! But the pros are outweighed by the unreasonably high price and the simple remote that comes with budget models. The normal RC Pro controller only comes with the most expensive version of Cine.
The second lens is absolutely not suitable for photography and videography, but it takes up space and weight. Is the appearance of zoom for observation justified?
DJI has realized their mistake and is ready to release a combo kit with the RC Pro controller soon.
If the Mavic 2 pro was the breakthrough everyone wanted to have, the mavic 3 makes you think and ask DJI questions.
We discuss all the pros, cons, and experience of operating the Mavic 3 drone.
DJI prepared for a long time, made a lot of money for those who need a telephoto lens on the Mavic 3. Don’t forget to make money on those who don’t need a telephoto lens on the Mavic 3 Classic. And it looks like it’s time to cash in on those for whom this was not enough, it’s time to meet the Mavic 3 Pro with three cameras! If you look at the kit it will come with… Read more
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Today, one news after another, DJI decided to please Mavic 3 owners as much as possible and brought two new features at once. Firmware version 01.00.1000 The first is waypoint flight, which we haven’t tested yet. Second, the maximum height ceiling has been increased to 1000 meters. But not everywhere, only in certain areas. The third is 4k 23/25 fps mode in night … Read more
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DJI has rolled out DJI Fly 1.9.0. This time a major update of the popular flight software for DJI RC-N1, RC and RC Pro controllers. Let’s take a look at what’s new there. Adding a New Drone The first is support for the new DJI Mini 3 drone (which is not a Pro). We talked about its announcement earlier. The main difference is the lack of … Read more
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Altitude and no-fly zone hacks for the DJI Mini 3 and Mavic 3 do not currently exist. Drones are relatively new. Therefore, there are no known vulnerabilities that would allow hacking. Fans of flying and shooting in the mountains suffer, the height of 500 meters from the take-off point is clearly not enough. Theoretically, you can apply to DJI for a license … Continue reading
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In the fall of 2022, DJI introduced an updated series of industrial drones. The first two quadcopters based on the Mavic 3 were shown – Enterprise and Thermal. The Enterprise is similar in appearance to the Mavic 3 from the consumer series, the thermal version has a camera with an unusual appearance and an integrated thermal imager on board. As a reminder, the Mavic 2 Enterprise series work for the benefit of specialists in various … Read more
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DJI continues in style. Only recently it became known about the imminent release of Mini 3, which is not pro. Now the Mavic 3 Classic has arrived. Logic in this of course is not worth looking for. We think that by releasing the legendary and unique Mavic 3, JI learned from the sales volume. It was decided to plug the hole in the price segment between … Continue reading
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Before I had time to tell you about the new DJI Mavic 3 Enterrise and Thermal drones, the first photos appeared. It has been confirmed that the April 1st DJI Easter Egg really does show a new camera with a thermal imager. Interestingly, in addition to this, information about the camera block appeared. And its performance is really impressive. Judge for yourself: The sensor in … Read more
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DJI registered two new drones on the Internet.