DJI Mavic Pro



  • The DJI Mavic Pro folds down as small as a bottle of water, making it small enough to bring with you everywhere.
  • New OcuSync transmission system offers up to 4.3 miles (7km) of transmission range. Fly at up to 40mph (64kmh) or for as long as 27-minutes
  • ActiveTrack, TapFly and other smart features make professional looking video effortless. True 4K, fully stabilized ensures smooth footage
  • Obstacle Avoidance combined with sensor redundancy increases flight safety and reliability
  • Vision positioning paired with GPS and GLONASS ensures precise positioning indoor and outdoors
  • 250 Volts Battery Voltage
  • Item Dimensions 9.45 x 7.1 x 11.4 inches

Wherever You Go The DJI Mavic Pro is a small yet powerful drone that turns the sky into your creative canvass easily and without worry, helping you make every moment an aerial moment. Its compact size hides a high degree of complexity that makes it one of DJI’s most sophisticated flying cameras ever. 24 high-performance computing cores, an all-new transmission system with a 4.3mi (7Km) range, 4 vision sensors, and a 4K camera stabilized by a 3-axis mechanical gimbal, are at your command with just a push of your thumb or a tap of your finger. POWERFUL Fly for miles. From your pocket. Inside the Mavic’s pocket-sized remote controller is DJI’s brand new OcuSync transmission technology, with a range of 4.3mi (7km) and Full HD 1080p video streaming. No bumps and scrapes When you know what’s in front of you, you won’t bump into it. The same is true of the Mavic. Using Flight Autonomy it can see obstacles as far away as 49ft (15m) in front, so that it can fly at up to 22mph (36kph) while avoiding the things it sees. Absolute Precision Flight Autonomy technology means the Mavic can hover precisely in more environments, and automatically land almost exactly where you took off. Stay flying longer Why fly for 10 or 15 minutes when you can fly for up to 27? With the Mavic you can. Use every single pixel The Mavic is the only drone of its size to carry an integrated high-precision 3-axis mechanical camera stabilization system, giving you crystal clear photos and smooth videos, without losing a single pixel.



When designing the Mavic, we wanted to reduce its size without sacrificing flight time. Since the Mavic has a brand new 4.1mi (7km) (Unobstructed, free of interference, when FCC compliant)Full High Definition (FHD) video transmission system, we knew customers would want increased flight time and speed to enjoy their flying more. This is why the Mavic can fly for up to 27* minutes and reach speeds of 40mph (64kph). Because the Mavic is much smaller than the Phantom 4, it requires an even more efficient propulsion system. The efficiency of the Mavic’s propulsion system allows it to fly more than twice the 10 minutes that other folding or pocket-sized drones on the market are capable of. Its propulsion system is also more stable than smaller drones that do not have the power to fly in strong winds. The flight time of a drone is heavily dependent on its propulsion system and its overall power consumption. Since Mavic is smaller, the expectation is that it is less stable than a Phantom 4 when flying against the wind, but the Mavic’s airframe and propulsion system have been optimized to allow it to rival the Phantom 4 in the following ways:
1. An aerodynamic design in the front and rear of the Mavic and its polished surfaces reduce air resistance as it flies forwards. 
2. Mavic has 2 pairs of 8.3inch foldable propellers, each covering nearly half its length, compared to most foldable drones on the market whose propellers are only 1/4 their length. This is possible through elegant engineering that allows rear arms to fold below forearms, saving overall space while allowing room for larger props.
3. The aerodynamic configuration of the Mavic has been redesigned according to its flying attitude and angle when moving forward. We also optimized the aerodynamic efficiency of the propellers so that the Mavic can fly for longer. 
4. High-density lithium batteries reduce space required for batteries, yet provide the same amount of power. The battery compartment is deeply integrated inside the Mavic and guarantees structural strength.
5. An improved propulsion system ensures the Mavic ascends and accelerates faster. Combined with a fast responding, highly robustness flight controller, it is able to expertly handle strong winds while flying.*Battery duration is recorded in an ideal flight situation, subject to real flying environments and conditions.


Flight Control systems are critical to stable flight and they need data from different sensors on the Mavic to function. The Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) and the compass are the most important ones, yet they are also the most vulnerable to interference. The IMU acquires the angle, speed, and acceleration of the Mavic, so if it functions abnormally, it could negatively affect flight. The compass is used to know where the drone is heading, ensuring it flies in the right direction, and allowing it to return to home automatically. Without the compass, the Mavic would lose its ability to navigate. This is why the Mavic has dual IMUs and dual compasses.Stability is key to safe flight:
1. Stability of the propulsion system: The Mavic will only fly when its motors and propellers are normal and intact, and the battery is sufficiently charged.
2. Stability of flight attitude: Flight attitude is controlled by the Flight Controller. Any errors in attitude could have serious consequences including crashes. 
3. Stability of sensors: Flight attitude is calculated from the data of an array of sensors. Any errors from the sensors could have serious consequences including crashes.Through DJI’s years of experience in drone development, and from extensive reliability tests DJI has found that propulsion systems and batteries are highly reliable while sensors, especially the IMU and the compass, are more slightly more susceptible to errors. This is why the Mavic has made these sensors redundant with two sets of sensors working simultaneously. Whenever the system detects an inconsistency in one, it switches to the other, keeping your flight steady and reliable.


Sometimes a phone is all you need to fly. Not only does the Mavic support flying on your phone with Virtual Joysticks, but you also have full access to all of its Intelligent Flight Modes — TapFly, Trace, Spotlight, and Profile. Using just your phone, you can capture photos and video so incredible, that no one will believe you did it just by tapping a screen!


Situations without satellite positioning can be divided into two main types. First, satellite connectivity may be unavailable when flying indoors. Second, satellite connectivity is cut off during an outdoor flight, such as by flying under a balcony or flying from indoors to outdoors. The loss of satellite positioning makes these scenarios dangerous for new pilots, or those who want to fly long distances*.If the drone wants to position itself using satellites, the flight controller needs the current location and flight speed of the aircraft. However, if the drone needs to position accurately without GPS, flight status and location will need to be collected another way. Vision positioning equipped drones generally use what is known as an Optical Flow visual positioning system, consisting of dual ultrasonic sensors and a single camera. The ultrasonic sensors provide altitude information by measuring the distance between the aircraft and the landing point, while the single camera is used to calculate positioning information by capturing images below the aircraft. As ultrasonic sensors are the only measure of height, the higher the aircraft flies the less precise the data from reflected sound waves become. Accurate height positioning is therefore limited to less than 3 meters. The single camera is unable to improve height positioning accuracy and limits areas that the drone can hover stably to those that have a clear and definable texture.The Mavic overcomes these problems through the use of dual forward vision sensors. This setup allows the Mavic to see obstacles in 3-dimensions up to 15 meters in front, increasing positioning accuracy to 2-3 times that of an Optical Flow system. It also allows the speed of the aircraft to be calculated, enabling precise hovering at up to 10 meters without satellite positioning. Dual forward vision sensors allow it to calculate its current location and speed of flight by observing the scene in front, further increasing positioning accuracy. Thanks to this precise hovering technology, the Mavic is able to automatically land almost exactly where you took off. Every time you take off, the two downward facing vision sensors record a burst of video of the ground below and pair it with satellite coordinates. When you tell the Mavic to fly home, it will return to that coordinate, match the video, and land back at your feet.

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