DJI Mavic Air launched, with 4K recording and long flight-time
DJI has now become the leader of the consumer drone segment, where the Mavic Pro and Spark are enjoying huge market shares. At its launch today, DJI unveiled the new DJI Mavic Air, priced at $800. This puts it right in between the Mavic Pro ($1,000) and the DJI Spark ($500), though, if those are out of your budget, you can always start at something small, like the DJI Tello.
With FlightAutonomy 2.0, enjoy Advanced Pilot Assistance Systems for smarter, safer flight. A marvel of engineering and design, Mavic Air enables limitless exploration wherever adventure takes you.
The drone can record 4K at 30 ps and 1080p at 120fps, with a stabilized 1/2.3″ sensor, and an f/2.8 aperture for low light imaging. It weighs just 430 grams, and gives a best-in-class battery life of 21 minutes. The Mavic Air has 8GB on onboard storage, a first for DJI, along with microSD expansion, and fast data transfer at USB 3.0 speeds over USB type C.
There is a new sphere panorama mode, which stitches together 25 images to form a 32 megapixel images. Additional pre-programmed flight paths have been added, to help with better shooting.
The DJI Mavic Air will retail at $799 starting today, and is available in red, white and black.