Tested on voyage DJI Mavic Pro Drone

Opinions are divided over flying with a plane. You can take beautiful photos and videos with it, on the one hand, but you can experience flying with a drone as irritating on the other. We bought a DJI Mavic Pro drone a while ago and recently tested it extensively. If you are thinking of buying a drone, then you definitely recommend the DJI Mavic Pro.

 

Specifications DJI Mavic Pro

The Mavic Pro DJI is a compact, foldable drone, weighing about 734 grams. Photos are taken in 4 K at 30 frames per second, resulting in the best possible photos. The DJI Mavic Pro has measurements of 83 mm x 83 mm x 198 mm. When the drone is folded, certain measurements apply.

Why DJI?

 

Even though increasing numbers of manufacturers make robust drones, DJI is seen as the founder of private drones. You can, of course, buy the home, garden and kitchen drones for 20 euros as well, but DJI has set the standard for reliable drones for all. There were few alternatives when we purchased our drone there. Now there are more hijackers on the coast who have sold a successful drone, although we don’t have much experience with that.

Drone traveling

If you want to take a drone on a trip with you, it is crucial that you do research ahead of time. Flying a drone isn’t allowed in any region. There are strict drone laws in Morocco, Iran, and Sweden for example. The most important rules per country you can find on drone travel.

If you’re searching for the perfect travel drone, you might not end up with the DJI Mavic Pro right away. The Mavic surely isn’t the smallest drone released in recent years. For example, the DJI Mavic Mini and the DJI Mavic Air are smaller and good drones. Such drones are smaller and therefore easier to carry, but the image quality isn’t as good as that. So it really does make choices.

If you have already decided that flying with a drone at your destination is allowed, there are a number of important guidelines you must follow. When you want to fly, the drone already shows a lot of those rules. You are not allowed to fly close to airports, for example, and you are not allowed to fly too low over inhabited areas, either. Information about so-called no-fly zones in the Netherlands can be found here.

Driving the Mavic Pro

The DJI Mavic Pro drone is supplied with a controller in which you press on your screen. It’s crucial you have a phone that’s relatively quick. You will download the DJI GO 4 app into your phone before you ride. This is associated with your drone, and that controls the drone. You can see everything the drone sees flying on your camera, too. You can make adjustments on the screen about sharpness, ISO and shutter speed when traveling. Several communication cables, including USB-c, mini-USB, and lightning, are issued to the device.

The quality of the images of the DJI Mavic Pro

DJI Mavic

The DJI Mavic Pro was first tested in Australia. It took some to get used to it but we made the most beautiful pictures early. It’s not difficult to drive the Mavic and anyone should. Because the Mavic has a number of sensors, it is indicated when you fly towards a tree or a building, for example. But paying

 

attention is always necessary since not everything is indicated. For example, on the back, top and sides there are no sensors (this one does have the Mavic Pro 2)

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