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‘DJI Mavic Pro Vs DJI Phantom 4 Pro’: Check Price, Specs and Review Between Two Best Drones Cameras

By Suraj Panda (staff@sportsworldnews.com)
on Jan 23, 2017 10:18 AM EST
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DJI is a well known company and a trusted brand for drone cameras, DJI has released new drone units include the DJI Mavic Pro and the DJI Phantom 4 Pro and these both drones have a active track features.

According to T3 report, this organization has been sharp in releasing smart, durable and general focused drones in the market. In fact, quite recently a year ago, DJI has released various drones to oblige the necessities of various fields.

Quick Overview of DJI Mavic Pro

The DJI Mavic Pro gloats of its foldable body that has no issues fitting inside your backpack. It has 1/2.3-inch CMOS sensor with 12 MP camera that captures video at 4K 4096 x 2160 resolution at 30fps. It's likewise simple to-use as it has four vision sensors and a 3-axis mechanical gimbal.

Furthermore, the Mavic Pro's FlightAutonomy permits it to see snag meters far from it, making it difficult to crash into anything. This automaton is likewise ready to arrive precisely where it at first took off.

The Mavic Pro's ActiveTrack framework then permits it to take after a subject from behind, from the front or in circles. It can likewise fly nearby the subject. For selfie-shots, Mavic Pro's Gesture mode proves to be useful.

The Mavic Pro hits 40mph top speed, which lasts for 27 minutes on a single charge and can hit a height of 5,000 metres and it weighs just 734 g.

Quick Overview of DJI Phantom 4 Pro

The DJI Phantom 4 Pro is much more solid then Mavic Pro. Besides, the Phantom 4 Pro accompanies a 1-inch 20 MP sensor camera that can shoot in 4K at 60 fps. This drone additionally gloats of the FlightAutonomy framework that gives it a 5-bearing obstruction detecting and a 4-course snag shirking framework.

Also, the Phantom 4 Pro's remote controller has an implicit screen not at all like the Mavic Pro's which needs a cell phone associated with get a live footage at 1080p Screen. The DJI GO application is likewise integrated with the screen so enhancements can be effectively done close by the utilization of HDMI, microSD, mic, WiFi and more.

 On top of all these awesome components of the Phantom 4 Pro, it additionally brags of the "Draw" highlight wherein the client can essentially draw a route on screen and the drone will take after that bearing while keeping a similar height. With this element, the client can concentrate on controlling the camera and take complex shots.

The Phantom 4 Pro takes the lead with 45mph top speed, which lasts for 30 minutes on a charge and can hit a height of 6,000 metres and it has a fixed size and shape, it weighs at 1,388 g.

The DJI Phantom 4 Pro is available at £1,600 while the DJI Mavic is available at £1,100 but the DJI Phantom 4 Pro is definitely a good take for outdoor action shoot.

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