DJI will unveil their new Mavic Air drone tomorrow, but drone news site DroneDJ recently revealed what kind of specs we will get with this new, unseen product.
Overall, the Mavic Air looks like a smaller and lighter version of 2016’s Mavic Pro. On the spec sheet, one will see an integrated 32-megapixel camera mounted on a three-way gimbal. It will also come with panorama mode and 4K video capture, although no word yet on the frame rate. Plus, expect gesture control, obstacle-avoiding sensors, foldable arms, and a flight time of 21 minutes. Buyers will get to choose between white, red, and black variants. Overall, te body will look like the DJI Spark from last year.
The Mavic Air is poised to be somewhere between the Mavic Pro and the Spark in terms of performance. Notably, it sports a shorter flight time than the Mavic Pro Platinum. Also, it lacks the Platinum’s quieter rotors, but makes up for it with a better camera. The Mavic Air touts a more advanced shooter and gimbal than the Spark, which cannot do 4K.
Presumably, DJI will have more to show off at its press conference tomorrow. Let’s get our fingers crossed for details regarding range, video specs, and other colors.