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DJI Mavi Pro Drone

Love the size! Wonder how it will stack up!
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the unveal :

GoPro must be a bit down today... a week ago, they launched the "same" drone, only bigger and with a lot less features...

Matt
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I think both would have their clients

Gopro is cheaper, and you can unmount The camera and Also you will get a steadycam, and monitor on The controller.

DJI mire features but you have to pay more.

If you want an adventure drone, you want to spend less.

If you are a more experience pilot you might get The DJI.

It is my opinion. I have several drones and each has its own characteristics. For different assignments.
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skycamguatemala private msg quote post Address this user
Sorry, but my spell checker mess it up. Hahahahaha
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I must have one!
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@skycamguatemala -- GoPro is cheaper but does't include the camera. This is cheaper if you don't already have a camera.

I'm totally getting this
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I like the size and you get the same resolution as the Phantom 4 or Inspire 1. For the price, you can't beat it. I think it is a much better value than the Karma. And I never did like the fisheye of the GoPro's
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I agree frstbubble the fish eye is terrible if you are using it professionally. I know you can correct in post, but as soon as I started making money with my work the gopro went in the closet for vacations.

The Mavic size without losing any features is amazing! If I ever crash my P3P and I'm not a point I can afford the inspire with an x5 the Mavic looks like an excellent choice!
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I also favor the Mavic. The camera is outstanding.
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I recently saw a side by side review of the footage from a Phantom 4 and the Mavic they are saying that the Mavic video is a little softer. But for the convenience of size and portability, it is worth the sacrifice. It's not that much of a difference.
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That would depend on what you want it for.

For personal footage, fine.

For work, mmmmmmmm dont know

Besides, if you show up with a client, that would look line The drone from one Of your kids.
Some clients need to see The show, is like showing up, with a rico theta S on a tripod or a Matterport.

For work, I only use Inspire PRO or something else. But never less.

It is my opinion, only!!!
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