The DJI Mavic Air is your near-perfect beloved child of this very prosperous Mavic Pro along with the streamlined and user-friendly Spark. It is a customer drone that highlights DJI's dedication to innovation.
The Mavic Air hovers on the ideal average area, giving high-end specs at a below-cost point than the Mavic Pro. With great camera features where you can make 4K videos and 32MP panoramic images into a 21-minute battery lifetime. More to the point, the DJI Mavic Air isn't hard to fly thanks to a better object avoidance gesture and system controllers, providing this drone mainstream allure.
Cost and availability
With a starting price of $799/769/AU$1,299, the Mavic Air is less costly. Paying this cost gets one of the drones, a battery, the proprietary charger, redesigned remote control, a little supporting case, four propeller protectors, and 2 complete sets of propellers.
Design and construct
- Compact and foldable form variable yields Recessed gimbal provides security, but the clip-on cover is clumsy Removable joysticks on the redesigned controller USB-C interface for data transfer.
- The brand new drone's arms are foldable, such as all those of the Mavic Pro, taking portability into a whole new level.
- Despite seeming like a toy, the Mavic Air is strong and well-built. The recessed gimbal, using its own front-facing camera cover, adds a layer of security, which makes this a fantastic travel companion.
- The Mavic Air is your initial DJI drone to present USB-C for articles transport. Regrettably, the USB port can not be used to control the drone. For that, you will want to drag the charger that is proprietary.