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The popularity of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) or most commonly known as drones are on the rise. According to Gartner, a research & advisory company, revenue growth rate is expected to reach $11.2 Billion by 2020. In 2017 alone, one drone company brought in a staggering $2.7 Billion in sales or over 70 percent of the drone (UAV) market. Who is it? It’s no other than Da-Jiang Innovation or DJI.
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A consumer drone often referred to as personal drone and it is specifically engineered for mass market ease of use. The DJI Mavic, DJI Spark and DJI Phantom series drones fall under this category. Professional drones on the other hand such as the DJI Inspire 2, are for experts where image quality and flight speed is key. Compared to consumer drones, these drones have better and more advanced features, such as longer flight times, swappable cameras, faster flight speeds, and increased obstacle avoidance sensing..
Not to be confused, the DJI Mavic Air is actually pretty different from the Mavic Pro and Mavic Platinum, it is not the second iteration of the Mavic Pro – although they share the same name. One notable difference with the DJI Mavic Air is that it folds up to the same size as the DJI Spark or about the size of a smart phone. Although it has a small form factor it still produces crispy 3 axis gimbal stabilized 4K footage and has obstacle avoidance on the rear. Whereas the DJI Spark only has a 2 axis gimbal and shoots video in a max resolution of 1080p.This is contrasted by the DJI Mavic which does not have rear obstacle avoidance but does have a 30-minute flight time vs only a 21-minute flight time on the Mavic Air. Transmission distance with DJI products
Last on the consumer drone segment is the longest running DJI Drone, the DJI Phantom. DJI calls the Phantom series “Pro-Level Aerial Imaging.” Now on its fourth iteration, the Phantom 4 is available in 4 models – standard, advanced, Pro, Obsidian, andV2.0. All models sport the familiar Phantom design where the models start to differ is obstacle avoidance features, camera, and transmission system.
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