The DJI Mavic Air Drone is the perfect choice for drone enthusiasts who need a compact, foldable design without compromising hardware and camera functionality. The DJI Mavic Air allows you to record video footage in 4K resolution or stream live to your smartphone. You can immediately send your footage to friends or family with a smartphone app.
The DJI Mavic Air Drone has a sleek look with swooping curves that make it look like it’s flying, even when it’s on the ground. Like the Pro, the Air’s four arms rotate outward from the main body for flight mode.
The DJI Mavic Air Drone is smaller than the Mavic Pro—at 6.6 inches long, 3.2 inches wide, and 1.9 inches tall, it’s about an inch more compact in both length and height. Given the name, it shouldn’t surprise you to learn that it also weighs significantly less just over 15 ounces, versus the Mavic Pro’s near-26 ounces. The result is a drone that slips into a jacket pocket and doesn’t feel weird to keep there. The remote control, which uses your smartphone as its screen, is svelte, too; complete with joysticks that can be removed and stowed within the remote’s body.
The DJI Mavic Air Drone footage, however, looks great without you really having to do anything. It has a slightly wider angle lens (24mm versus the Pro’s 28mm) which is better for capturing sweeping landscapes. You don’t have to tap to focus.
The 12MP camera takes crystal clear photos and can even stitch together images to create 32MP panorama shots. The camera is stabilized with a 3-axis gimbal meaning your images and footage won’t look shaky. With a range of 2km (6561.7’), a flight time of 21 minutes, and smart flight technologies, you can travel far and wide without limitations. As it has the same 4K camera and three-axis gimbal as the more expensive Mavic Pro, videos and photos taken with the Mavic Air were excellent.
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If you want to skip the controller entirely, the Mavic Air, like the Spark, can be controlled using nothing more than hand movements. You can launch the Air, move it up, down, right and left, and take photos and videos. The Mavic Air is the most portable DJI drone to house a 3-axis mechanical gimbal, with its angular vibration range reduced to 0.005°. Set in a triangular formation, gimbal dampeners help create even steadier shots.