Used DJI Mavic Pro Drone
Price from £404.10
Original RRP £684.42 | You Save £280.32
Compact and powerful, the Mavic Pro is one of the most advanced drones in the DJI lineup. The Mavic Pro utilises the might of 24 high-performance processing cores, a transmission system with a range of 4.3miles (7km), four vision sensors and a high resolution 4K camera with 3-axis gimbal stabilisation.
The DJI Mavic Pro comes with the DJI Mavic Pro remote, 1 x 16gb microSD card, 3 x propellor sets, 1 x Mavic intelligent flight battery and charger, a micro USB cable and both micro USB and lightning RC cables.
The Mavic Pro is capable of video recording in up to 4K/30p quality, giving you highly detailed footage with richly saturated colours. The drone’s camera with its 28mm f/2.2 lens can also be used for aerial photography, capturing 12-megapixel Adobe DNG RAW images, as well as JPEGs. The 3-axis gimbal of the Mavic Pro helps to keep footage smooth and images sharp, even in wind and when the drone is in motion.
The Mavic Pro is a drone that beginner and experienced drone pilots can use with confidence as it features intelligent obstacle and collision detection sensors, which can bring the drone to a safe hovering stop up to 49ft (15m) away from potential hazards. Additionally, DJI’s up-to-date GEO system enables users to fly safely and responsibly, providing warnings about known no-fly areas.
Using satellite positioning, the Mavic Pro can be tracked from its controller or a compatible smart device. It can also be called to return to its last take off position by touching the return-to-home button or at a user-defined low battery warning point. When flying safely indoors or in areas that block GPS signals, the Mavic Pro can still hover and avoid drifting using its forward and ground vision sensors.
As well as manual controls, the Mavic Pro comes with some built-in autonomous flight capabilities, enabling it to follow, circle or pan a chosen subject/point of interest. It also responds to gestures for capturing selfies or active tracking your movement for example. Beginners who aren’t familiar with drone control sticks can use TapFly to tell the Mavic where they want it to go while they simply focus on controlling the camera’s gimbal to capture the scene. The precision controls of the Mavic Pro allow you to perform slow cinematic camera movements or fly at up to 40mph when in Sport Mode.
Capture, edit and share using your smart device as the DJI GO app records your footage and stills, as well as the microSD card in the drone. This means you can output quick edits of flights and share with the DJI community or your own social networks. The DJI GO app also provides detailed flight information and a clear heads up display while flying, whether you’re using the DJI controller paired with a smart device or just your smart device. Additionally, the Mavic Pro is compatible with the DJI Goggle headset which connects to the drone wirelessly and provides a uniquely breath-taking hi-res first person view of the drone’s camera while in flight.
Please note: A CAA/IAA permit is required to fly this drone at its maximum capacity of 4.3 miles (7km). If you do not have a permit, then you can only fly it below 120m and within your line of sight. Please click the links below and make yourself more familiar with the rules on flying unmanned aircrafts in the UK before you purchase this product.
Unmanned aircraft and drones
|Camera FOV (Degrees)||78|
|Weight (g)||734 g|
|Max. Descent Speed||3 m/s|
|Camera Megapixels||12 MP|
|Max. Flight Speed||65 km/h|
|Max Flight Times||27 m|
|Max. Ascent Speed||5 m/s|