$999.00

DJI Mavic Air Fly More Combo, Flame Red Portable Quadcopter Drone with 32G SD Card and More

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Original Fly More Combo: Mavic Air Aircraft, Remote Controller, 3 Intelligent Flight Batteries, 6 Pair Propellers, Propeller Guard, Battery Charging Hub, Carrying Case, 32GB SD Card and More; Maximum Flight time up to 21 minutes, and can fly at exhilarating speeds of up to 42mph (68 kph) in…

3 reviews for "DJI Mavic Air Fly More Combo, Flame Red Portable Quadcopter Drone with 32G SD Card and More"

  1. :

    I would strongly recommend this combo for DJI Mavic Air. DJI is my favorite drone so far. The quality is absolutely no doubt and has been tested by the market. Mavic air is a pocket size drone, super easy with any packs. It can fly high enough for taking drone videos/pictures. The sport mode and following mode really satisfies any type of sport you are doing.This combo has anything needed for a drone and comes with cheaper price. It comes with 3 batteries which is one of the thing I like. Saves time and money instead of recharging one or two batteries. More propellers helps with replacing any unexpected damages.The sellers is nice too.

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    like all DJI drones, it’s good. It’s like DJI packed the Mavic Air with a slightly better camera than Mavic Pro, better form factor, and came up with a truly 2nd generation product to Mavic ProThe criticisms: it flys like a Phantom 3 standard, as in wobbly. Definitely not as steady as Mavic Pro and Phantom 4 Pro. It’s loud like a P3S as well.Now I have a Mavic Pro and P4P and have sold both for the Mavic Air because of form factor as I travel often and want drone footage of where we’ve been.There’s a trade off between portability and camera quality. I simply cannot travel with a P4P and Mavic Pro’s gimbal is not as “good” as Mavic Air.It’s a nice compromise. I’d give it 5/5 if flies similar to Mavic Pro.

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    Love this drone! I struggled for a long time between the Mavic Air and the Mavic Pro doing research for the better part of a month. I finally chose to go with the Mavic Air because of its compact size and some of the flight modes and obstacle avoidance capabilities. I am an avid drone user, I started with a very cheap very limited drone and as my abilities to pilot increase so do my requirements for features and capabilities built into the drone. The main reason I upgraded to this drone was for the ability to move the camera in flight via the gimbal for aerial videos and photos.The more fly package is well worth the extra money as you get a charger capable of charging 4 batteries (in sequence not all at once, to ensure you have a fully charged battery ready to go) ($50 value), 2 extra batteries ($80 each value), a 32GB SD card (not suitable for 4K video, however), and 8 extra propellers ($36 value).I have tried recording video to the supplied SD card and it will work however the video will get grainy and distorted at times, other than that it does ok. If you really want the 4K footage at 30 FPS you are going to need to update the SD card.You will likely need to update the firmware for all of your major components, the drone, controller, and the charging port. You can do this via the DJI GO 4 app when connected to the controller, or using a MAC or PC with the DJI Assistant 2 which can be downloaded from the DJI website. The process is simple and easy to follow either way and will take you about 15 minutes to complete.The drone is extremely stable in the air and holds it’s position very well. This allowed me to take some great shots in high resolution. The 4K video this little drone captures is great with awesome colors and depth. Flying it is super easy, it comes set-up with very low sensitivity and gain settings so once you have a handle on maneuvering it around you will likely want to modify these settings to give you more responsive control.

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