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The Meaty Bits
Firstly, this DJI Mavic Pro Drone review was made in early 2017 and we fell in love with it.
A few months on and we firmly believe that this drone is still the best in its class. Quite simply, if you have a grand to spend on a drone, then we highly recommend this one.
Sure, some go higher and faster (slightly) but ounce for ounce, the DJI Mavic Pro still reigns.
DJI Mavic Pro Drone Review
In the light of many drones flooding the market right now, this Mavic drone is still great. The drone is compact and also extremely portable. Moreover, the stability of the machine didn’t suffer due to it’s size. With good daylight, the camera performs impressively, however images can suffer at dusk. Be that as it may, for the price, convenience and pure fun, the DJI Mavic Pro is certain to impress. However, you may want to carry some extra power packs if you want to extend its 20 odd minute flying time.
What we also love about the DJI Mavic Pro Drone apart from it’s pure fun, is the remote control. Just like the drone itself, the remote control is correspondingly compact. In addition to its nice design, you can add your smart phone to it for better functionality. This, of course, allows you to see the video from the drone whilst in operation. The Oracle Review people just loved this feature too.
What’s In The Box?
- DJI Mavic craft
- Remote control
- Battery charger
- Power cable
- 2 x bags with two sets of blades
- USB cable to micro USB
- Lightning connector
- Type C connector
- 16GB SD card (installed).
Finally, The Verdict
Without doubt, DJI have their grip on the drone market, it’s so clear to see that at this time.
This newish drone is brilliant in its design and performance, as you would expect from this manufacturer, of course. So much so that we highly recommend it. Finally, check out the video to get an idea of the DJI Mavic Pro’s size etc.