DJI – Introducing the DJI Mavic

DJI – Introducing the DJI Mavic


It may sound crazy. But you can do this too. All of it. It’s easy. How do we know? Because we’ve made it easy. At DJI, we created the flying camera as you know it. And there is a good chance that the drone videos you’ve seen online were shot with one of our cameras. This time we started small. So you can dream
big. We created your first personal drone, but we’re still squeezing in big power. It automatically follows you or whatever you want, without a bracelet or tracker, avoids obstacles, and comes packed with a 4K stabilized camera, 27-minute flight time and a whole lot more. This is the DJI Mavic pro, and this DJI Mavic Pro unfolded. To make it this small, we had to rip out a ton of cool stuff, right? No. It’s got 24 high performing computing cores. Dual-satellite connectivity. An all new transmission system, with a 4.3 mile range, 4 visions sensors and more. Sound complicated? It’s not. It’s easy. The Mavic knows where it takes off from, where it is in the air, where it’s going, and what it’s capturing. When you take off, the Mavic uses true vision sensors, and connects with up to 20 satellites, all so as to remember your location. This means the Mavic knows where “home” is,
so it can return by itself. Precision landing technology means it can land almost exactly where you took off at the touch of a button. As you fly, satellite systems keep track of
you working in harmony with all 4 vision sensors. Telling you what’s below and what’s in front. Whether you are flying beside a cliff, in a forest, or even indoors. Just like you, Mavic sees and thinks. That means it can avoid the things in its path, from trees, to walls. Any good flying camera needs stabilization. The Mavic’s expertly miniaturized gimbal, keeps
the entire camera steady. Unlike electronic stabilization, you use every pixel from the sensor, and you don’t have the weight of a bulky add
on camera. Shooting an epic tracking shot of a friend
is easy. ActiveTrack technology means it just takes
a few taps. Not just one kind of tracking shot either.
It’s got Spotlight, Profile, and Trace. Or use TapFly to tap… and fly. Terrain Follow mode keeps the Mavic at a height you define, as the ground rises, so you can focus
on your shot, not your height. Everything can be controlled using a game-pad sized controller, you can keep in your pocket. It opens up to clamp around your phone, and has been custom engineered to give you more feedback, and more accuracy. You will always feel in control. If you don’t want to bother with the controller, fly using virtual joysticks, right from your phone, over Wi-Fi. Whether you fly with the remote controller, or just your phone, ActiveTrack Modes are ready to make you shoot
like a pro. Want to be on camera? Not behind it? It just takes a wave and a gesture. Then there is the new DJI Goggle. Strap these on to really feel like you’re
flying. Combine them with Sport-Mode, to get your pulse pumping, while you fly at an incredible 40mph. When you’ve got your shots, edit everything together in DJI Go and share, or even stream your flight live to Facebook
or YouTube. Inspiration can strike from the smallest thing. A sketch, a feeling, an experience. The Mavic has been designed for you to take
it anywhere. Ready at a moment’s notice, whenever inspiration
strikes you to create something truly great. DJI Mavic. Wherever you go.

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