Another great release by DJI happened this last week on the 23rd of January. The new Mavic was “born”. Is it better than the Mavic Pro or the Spark? We will see soon!
Welcome to the UnlimiteDrone Drone-Offs. The purpose of these series is to show differences between drones that are often mentioned together and to help pilots-to-be in deciding which one to buy. Enjoy the article and please feel free to leave any comments in the comment section below.
MEET THE CONTESTANTS
DJI Mavic Pro
This small (when folded) and a powerful drone is the first of its kind DJI ever built.
This transformable drone can be fitted in a pocket but when it’s up in the air don’t underestimate it! It is fast, agile, maneuverable, has a great camera, and it will bring you a great experience!
Will the Mavic be the winner of today’s Mavic Pro vs. Mavic Air vs. Spark Drone-Off?
DJI Mavic Air
Definitely the smallest drone of this kind ever built by DJI.
Is it the best small drone?
Can the improved camera compensate for the shorter flight time and distance?
Size-wise it is smaller and more portable than the Spark, but the “lil’ bro” could still have some tricks up his sleeve.
The smallest drone ever built by DJI…Not anymore!
It is a great drone in its category of small drones. Great build quality, and a great starter drone.
But don’t be misled, even professionals use it. It is just so small and light and easy to carry around. Some even prefer it over the Mavic. But is it actually better than the Mavic?
We will now see the differences. Please comment below which one do you prefer and why?
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Mavic Pro vs. Mavic Air vs. Spark
So there you go.
If you look at all specs Mavic Air leads the way on most aspects. Second best is Mavic Pro, and in the last place, we have the Spark.
This, of course, doesn’t mean that the Spark is a bad drone! If that’s what your budget allows, go for it! You won’t regret it. So, if you are looking for a more affordable but still awesome drone that still records high-quality footage… You will not make a mistake with this one.
If you are new to drone flying, the Mavic Air is definitely a great drone for you because it has collision sensors on the back as well as on the front.
This means it will be twice as safer as Mavic Pro or Spark.
If you are looking for a drone that can fly further and longer but still record 4k footage… You will not make a mistake with this one.
With 30 minutes flight time and 4+ miles of range, it will give you plenty of “room” to figure out all the best angles and to get that awesome shot.
Tell us in the comments how you liked the comparison, and what drones would you like to see side by side next!