DJI Mavic Pro Quadcopter Drone
DJI Mavic Pro Quadcopter Drone - Intuitive Drone, 4K Camera, Satellite Positioning, 40mph top speed, 4.3 miles range
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DJI Mavic Pro: 4K Flying Machine
Portable BrilliancePowerful. Portable. Small. The DJI Mavic Pro is the best way to capture the view from above or get incredibly unique shots as you zip about at a lower height. With 24 high computing cores and an all new transmission system, five vision sensors and a 4K camera on a 3-axis gimbal to top it off, the Mavic Pro is the top of the line drone for video at this very moment.
Professional Drone Shots, No Effort
Easy to useThe DJI Mavic Pro features connectivity with your smartphone, allowing you to use it as not only a viewfinder, but as part of the drone’s functionality too. Trace, Profile and Spotlight allow you to track your subject with relative ease, by simply highlighting them on the screen of your phone. If you’re not as confident in flying yourself while shooting, this is the perfect solution to get over that, as the drone will hover and stay incredibly still with its 3-axis gimbal, giving you that professional touch with just a touch.
Smart Phone Functionality With touching on the mind, the Mavic Pro might be one of the best professional or consumer level solutions for drone filming on the market today, but it doesn’t leave those who are new or even without a controller in the dark. By connecting your phone to the Mavic, you can fly with virtual joysticks. There’s also TapFly, which does exactly what it says on the tin. You tap on your screen and the Mavic Pro will glide over with ease.
The DJI Mavic Pro’s footage can all be edited straight from your mobile phone too, with the DJI Go 4 Editor. Once you’ve finished touching up and trimming footage, you can choose which social media you want to upload it to.
Smart ThinkingThere’s no worries with the Mavic Pro while it flies either. If you get too low, the drone will automatically sense it and stop the decent if it detects uneven ground. This in conjunction with its two sets of sensors means that if something happens to go wrong, the other one will kick in for safety measures.
4K Video, High in the Sky
Fantastic Quality4K video at 30fps gives you extraordinary quality while in the air. The quality on the camera will give you beautiful shots no matter where you are. It also shoots at 12 megapixels and a maximum exposure time of 8 seconds. To top all of this off, the Mavic Pro can do Adobe DNG RAW, giving you the utmost quality that the camera can give you.
Scan Pro Video Recommends
Do MoreStorage is vital when capturing 4K video. The SanDisk 64GB Extreme Pro is fantastic SD Card to store all the footage and photos you've captured. When it comes to editing, you'll need a solid base to work off and what's better than having a LaCie Copilot Boss, which doesn't even need a computer to back up your precious memories, as your drone will plug in for automatic backup via the integrated USB.
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 12 months
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 1 months
- 0207 660 3037
The central board carries a 12 month warranty, the remaining parts are covered for 6 months:
Battery 6 Months and Charge Cycle less than 200 Times
Vision Positioning System
Note: Due to the nature of the following parts, they are not covered under warranty.
Date Issued: 24th Jul 2017
An unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), better known as a drone, is a type of aircraft that is controlled remotely and is therefore flown without a human in the cockpit. Drones come in all shapes and sizes, from military UAVs primed for reconnaissance and missile deployment through to civilian drones for applications as varied as aerial photography, product deliveries, and keeping tabs on agriculture and livestock.