Hints and Tips Discussion What is the range of the DJI Mavic Pro?

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    johncruise New Member

    Announced in September 2016, the Mavic Pro, which was released in late 2016 was the first of the Mavic series. The drone is capable of capturing 4K video, has a flight range of 4.3 miles (6.9 km) and a flight time of 27 minutes. Top speed is 65 km/h (40 mph) in sport mode. An improved Lightbridge system can livestream video at a distance of 7 kilometers (4.3 miles) in 1080p.The Mavic Pro is equipped with the same camera as the Phantom 4 UAV, with a 78-degree field of view (FOV) instead of the Phantom's 94 degrees.[1] The camera is a 12MP camera that is capable of shooting 4K video at 24 frames per second (FPS). It is capable of 96 FPS when shooting in 1080p. Its camera keeps the same 60 Mbit/s bitrate seen in the Phantom 4. The Mavic Pro folds small enough to fit into a small bag (83mm x 83mm x 198mm). Its legs and propellers fold underneath and to the side of the drone to form a compact package.

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