DJI launches foldable cameradrone in palm-sized
Dronebouwer DJI launches with the Mavic Pro a new cameradrone that folds flat and then in a palm-sized.
Although the Mavic Pro about half as large as DJI’s best known cameradrone, the Phantom, has the little brother do all of the functions that the Phantom 4 has also. That writes The Verge Tuesday.
Thus, the Mavic Pro sensors on the front and back to overcome obstacles and to bypass, the device can independently of a moving object tracking and self countries.
The camera has the same sensor as that in the Phantom 4. Can video in 4K or in 1080p HD be included. Also there is a camera with 12 megapixels.
In terms of engine does the Mavic Pro despite his lesser size, not much for the Phantom 4. According to DJI gets the Mavic Pro 27 minutes of flight time on a full battery and the device with a speed of about 64 km per hour to fly.
The wings of the Mavic Pro in to fold, and then the device is small enough to fit in a good palm fit.
The Mavic Pro’s with remote controls to control, but can also gesture-controlled. For example, users can inter alia, by a Y-shape with their arms to make sure the drone is on them focuses. By a rectangle around their face, users can the drone a photo of their face.
The cameradrone includes a remote control for around 1000 dollars (about 890 euros) to purchase. Without the remote control takes the device about 750 dollars (670 euros), cheaper than the recently launched and also foldable GoPro Karma. DJI expects the Mavic Pro from the middle of October to send.