The Mavic Pro can track moving objects and detect obstacles up to 15m away, pass them and then brake to hover. Hitting obstacles can be prevented even when the drone is coming back down to the ground from a height or after a long flight. And, the ActiveTrack subject tracking modes keeps an accurate eye on what’s ahead, to ensure your subjects are always in frame.
Shooting at 12 megapixels in raw and JPEG, you’ll be able to capture incredible stills from above. Think of the great shots you could take from the sky – aerial shots of the landscape, the coastline, even sporting events. Shooting in raw gives you great flexibility to edit your photos or videos in post-production which will take your shots to that next level.
With 4K video, you’ll be able to produce cinema-quality professional videos at a 4096 x 2160 rate at 30 frames per second. Together with the 3-axis gimbal and image stabilisation, your shots will be smooth and steady. You can shoot video of the fast-paced action of cars racing down the home straight or, slow it right down with full 1080p HD at 96 frames per second for excellent slow-motion sequences with cinema quality.
Hook your smartphone up to the gimbal with the Fly-by-Phone feature to use your phone as a remote. Make use of the Gesture Mode which will take a snap of you when you give it a wave, picking up gestures to take a photo. When you want to line up a cinematic shot, turn on the Tripod Mode to make the Mavic move slow and controlled.
Simply tap to tell the Mavic where to go with the TapFly function. This is great if you’re new to flying a drone and want to ensure a straight line. That way you can control your images and let the drone think about the flying. If you want it to travel slow, fast or cruise for a smooth shot, just put it in the mode you want.
Calculate the remaining time your batteries have left in your flight while it’s still in the air. It has a flight time of up to 27 minutes and will tell you how much time is remaining in real-time through the DJI GO app. Low-temperature protection will activate in colder conditions to keep your gimbal operating optimally.
With a 3-axis mechanical gimbal, you’ll be able to create super smooth videos. Imagine the shots you could take from up in the air or from a side angle. The Mavic Pro can hold the camera perfectly still for smooth footage which results in cinema-quality video.
GPS can help a drone position itself and hover in an unobstructed outdoor area free of interference. But, with forward and downward vision sensors, the DJI Mavic Pro can hover in precise positions even without GPS, and even indoors without signal.
The Mavic Pro may be compact, but it’s mighty and tough. It flies longer and reaches heights in less time than you would expect for its size. It can span as far as 13km with its powerful engineering.
You can see everything your camera sees through the DJI GO app, and it will also tell you where your battery life is at. See a live video feed or adjust the settings straight from your smartphone. You can also have a go at editing your shots straight from your smartphone with the app. And of course, you can share your shots directly on social media.
Put the gimbal in tripod mode to help you to get the perfect composition, for both video and stills.
Yes, you must register the Care Fresh pack before you activate your drone. The DJI website has a lot of useful information. You can also keep the DJI helpline handy: 1300 090 802. Make sure you check the local law and regulations before operating the drone. If you are unsure, don’t fly.
Always travel with the gimbal cover to protect the gimbal system and camera.
Yes, make sure you get a good line of sight of your drone at all times.
Check the weather of your location before you set off, and always bring spare Micro SD card with you.