Now DJI Mavic Air scheduled for TOMTOP is ready to ship. Mavic Air, DJI’s new unmanned aerial vehicle, features a foldable design that is small when folded: 168 x 184 x 64 mm, roughly the size of a smartphone, and weighs 430 grams. About half the size of DJI Mavic Pro, it slides into my pocket as you wish, which means we can go out for aerial photography without a backpack. Its arm is easier to fold than the Mavic Pro arm and has a stronger hinge design. Mavic Air is the first DJI drone to introduce USB-C content delivery. The redesigned Mavic Air controller has a simple sports mode button. Official specifications say it can launch 16,404 feet of sea level, up to 2.5 miles. Even more exciting than the farthest and highest speed is whether Mavic Air collides accidentally. Its three-way sensing and seven camera vision systems avoid obstacles, Advanced Assisted Driving System (APAS), can adjust its flight plan to avoid targets in order to fly around or above the target, not just with obstacles Stop flying when it’s there. Mavic Air can easily or simply fly around an obstacle depending on the situation, which is a surprise for a beginner and you can turn APAS off and on directly in the application DJI GO. APAS will reduce the incidence of collisions.
People like to shoot good video cameras, DJI Mavic Air also uses a 4K camera, 100mbps bit rate. This means your video compression is less than when using the original Mavic Pro. The camera has an incredible 32-megapixel sphere panorama mode and the photo is 12 megapixel, providing excellent visual effects. The drone has a total of one infrared sensor and seven cameras. Its optimized algorithms and powerful features will make the RC drone familiar with better 3D maps, as well as more precise hovering and display of other flying skills, and to help Mavic Air Track objects. Target detection has been increased to 20 meters, exists in the back and front, greatly reducing the possibility of accidents.
DJI Mavic Air is now available for purchase at TOMTOP, ships within 72 hours.