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DJI Mavic PRO with Dual Remote capability

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Mavic Pro Distance Range For Live HD Transmission

The new DJI OcuSync transmission system allows the Mavic Pro to transmit live high definition video streaming at 1080p / 720p from a distance of up to 4.3 miles (7 kilometers). The Mavic Pro range is a big increase of almost 1.25 miles from other DJI models and is well ahead of the competition. The transmission of live video is one of the main reasons why drones of all types have become so popular.

Here is an excellent Mavic Pro distance test which shows the Mavic over some beautiful landscape.

If you would like to understand more about video transmission, then read this article on FPV Live Video, Antenna Gain And Range.

Mavic Pro Max Height

The Mavic Pro max height is listed in the specifications as follows.  It has a max service ceiling above sea level of 16,404 feet (5000 meters) which is pretty amazing.

Service ceiling is the maximum altitude where a 100 foot per minute climb can be maintained. Above the service ceiling you should still be able to climb, but climb performance will be less than 100 feet per minute. Max operating altitude is the maximum altitude it will go. Both are theoretical as there are many factors that would determine the actual values.

Here is a link showing you the Mavic Pro height at 8200 feet over the island of Milos which is a  volcanic Greek island in the Aegean Sea.

Flight Time

The Mavic Pro is flying longer than most other consumer drones.  The Mavic Pro has an average of 27 minutes flight time with the Platinum having 30 minutes.  A extra few minutes means more fun flying and filming.

Excellent Collision Avoidance System

Mavic Pro Max Height, Altitude, Distance Reviewed

The Mavic Pro has a new “FlightAutonomy” system using vision and ultrasonic sensors to see objects up to 49 feet in front (15 meters) and to avoid these obstacles.

The FlightAutonomy technology gives the Mavic Pro long range, high precision obstacle sensing. This new FlightAutonomy system scans its environment in 3D. This new FlightAutonomy system dramatically increases accuracy and helps the Mavic to locate obstacles around it.

FlightAutonomy is made up of 7 components, including 5 cameras (forward and downward dual vision sensors and the main camera), dual band satellite positioning (GPS and GLONASS), 2 ultrasonic rangefinders, redundant sensors and a group of 24 powerful, specialized computing cores.

In general, an ultrasonic range finder sensor enables a drone or robot to detect obstacles in its path by utilizing the propagation of high frequency sound waves. An ultrasonic range sensor such as the Vex EDR Ultrasonic Range Finder sensor emits a 40 kHz sound wave, which bounces off a reflective surface and returns to the sensor.

Then, using the amount of time it takes for the wave to return to the sensor, the distance to the object can be computed. To increase the sensing range, the sensor can be mounted to a servo to allow it to rotate.

The Mavic Pro has cameras on the left and right side along. The cameras on the front of the Mavic are fixed in place using an an aluminum bracket to ensure the optimum alignment of the vision sensor lenses.

Dual Forward And Downward Vision Sensors 

As the Mavic flies, dual forward and downward vision sensors measure the distance between itself and obstacles by taking photos from all four cameras and using the information to create a 3D map which tells it exactly where obstacles are.

The dual forward and downward vision sensors require visible light to function, and can see as far as 49 feet (15 meters) in front in bright light.

With forward and downward vision sensors active, the Mavic can fly with total stability indoors or outdoors.  The Mavic Pro can detect and avoid or stop before an obstacle which it sees, making flying safer and more reliablle.

 

This obstacle avoidance system is activated in every Intelligent Flight Mode including all ActiveTrack modes, TapFly and Terrain Follow.

It is also available during automatic Return to Home, so that the Mavic can easily make its way back without bumping into anything in its path.

Super Still Hovering

Using the new “FlightAutonomy” sensor system, the Mavic drone hovers perfectly still.  There is no other drone on the market which can hover as perfectly still as the Mavic.

Mavic Pro Frequency

The Operating Frequency of the Mavic Pro remote controller is 2.4GHz to 2.483.  The Mavic Pro WiFi operating frequency is 2.4G / 5G.

4K Video On A High Precision Gimbal

For its size the Mavic has a tremendously precise 3 axis gimbal camera which uses every pixel on its sensor.  The video and stills shots are just perfect.  The Mavic can capture 4k video at 30 frames per second. Here are some of the Mavic video camera highlights:

Sensor – 1/2.3” (CMOS), Effective pixels:12.35 M (Total pixels:12.71 M)

Lens FOV: 78.8° 28 mm (35 mm format equivalent) f/2.2 with distortion of < 1.5% Focus from 0.5 m to ∞

ISO Range: 100-3200 (video)
100-1600 (photo)

Shutter Speed: 8s -1/8000s

Max Image Size: 4000×3000

Video Recording Modes as Follows:

C4K: 4096×2160 24p
4K: 3840×2160 24/25/30p
2.7K: 2704×1520 24/25/30p
FHD: 1920×1080 24/25/30/48/50/60/96p
HD: 1280×720 24/25/30/48/50/60/120p

ActiveTrack Intelligent Flight Modes

The ActiveTrack flight system has 3 modes which allow tracking of an object or person from many different angles allowing for very unique aerial filming and photography shots.  The 3 ActiveTrack Modes are as follows;

  • Trace – Follow behind, in front or circle a subject as it moves
  • Profile – Fly alongside a person or object
  • Spotlight – Keep the Mavic camera trained on an object while you fly almost anywhere

 

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Mavic Pro Distance Range For Live HD Transmission

The new DJI OcuSync transmission system allows the Mavic Pro to transmit live high definition video streaming at 1080p / 720p from a distance of up to 4.3 miles (7 kilometers). The Mavic Pro range is a big increase of almost 1.25 miles from other DJI models and is well ahead of the competition. The transmission of live video is one of the main reasons why drones of all types have become so popular.

Here is an excellent Mavic Pro distance test which shows the Mavic over some beautiful landscape.

If you would like to understand more about video transmission, then read this article on FPV Live Video, Antenna Gain And Range.

Mavic Pro Max Height

The Mavic Pro max height is listed in the specifications as follows.  It has a max service ceiling above sea level of 16,404 feet (5000 meters) which is pretty amazing.

Service ceiling is the maximum altitude where a 100 foot per minute climb can be maintained. Above the service ceiling you should still be able to climb, but climb performance will be less than 100 feet per minute. Max operating altitude is the maximum altitude it will go. Both are theoretical as there are many factors that would determine the actual values.

Here is a link showing you the Mavic Pro height at 8200 feet over the island of Milos which is a  volcanic Greek island in the Aegean Sea.

Flight Time

The Mavic Pro is flying longer than most other consumer drones.  The Mavic Pro has an average of 27 minutes flight time with the Platinum having 30 minutes.  A extra few minutes means more fun flying and filming.

Excellent Collision Avoidance System

Mavic Pro Max Height, Altitude, Distance Reviewed

The Mavic Pro has a new “FlightAutonomy” system using vision and ultrasonic sensors to see objects up to 49 feet in front (15 meters) and to avoid these obstacles.

The FlightAutonomy technology gives the Mavic Pro long range, high precision obstacle sensing. This new FlightAutonomy system scans its environment in 3D. This new FlightAutonomy system dramatically increases accuracy and helps the Mavic to locate obstacles around it.

FlightAutonomy is made up of 7 components, including 5 cameras (forward and downward dual vision sensors and the main camera), dual band satellite positioning (GPS and GLONASS), 2 ultrasonic rangefinders, redundant sensors and a group of 24 powerful, specialized computing cores.

In general, an ultrasonic range finder sensor enables a drone or robot to detect obstacles in its path by utilizing the propagation of high frequency sound waves. An ultrasonic range sensor such as the Vex EDR Ultrasonic Range Finder sensor emits a 40 kHz sound wave, which bounces off a reflective surface and returns to the sensor.

Then, using the amount of time it takes for the wave to return to the sensor, the distance to the object can be computed. To increase the sensing range, the sensor can be mounted to a servo to allow it to rotate.

The Mavic Pro has cameras on the left and right side along. The cameras on the front of the Mavic are fixed in place using an an aluminum bracket to ensure the optimum alignment of the vision sensor lenses.

Dual Forward And Downward Vision Sensors 

As the Mavic flies, dual forward and downward vision sensors measure the distance between itself and obstacles by taking photos from all four cameras and using the information to create a 3D map which tells it exactly where obstacles are.

The dual forward and downward vision sensors require visible light to function, and can see as far as 49 feet (15 meters) in front in bright light.

With forward and downward vision sensors active, the Mavic can fly with total stability indoors or outdoors.  The Mavic Pro can detect and avoid or stop before an obstacle which it sees, making flying safer and more reliablle.

 

This obstacle avoidance system is activated in every Intelligent Flight Mode including all ActiveTrack modes, TapFly and Terrain Follow.

It is also available during automatic Return to Home, so that the Mavic can easily make its way back without bumping into anything in its path.

Super Still Hovering

Using the new “FlightAutonomy” sensor system, the Mavic drone hovers perfectly still.  There is no other drone on the market which can hover as perfectly still as the Mavic.

Mavic Pro Frequency

The Operating Frequency of the Mavic Pro remote controller is 2.4GHz to 2.483.  The Mavic Pro WiFi operating frequency is 2.4G / 5G.

4K Video On A High Precision Gimbal

For its size the Mavic has a tremendously precise 3 axis gimbal camera which uses every pixel on its sensor.  The video and stills shots are just perfect.  The Mavic can capture 4k video at 30 frames per second. Here are some of the Mavic video camera highlights:

Sensor – 1/2.3” (CMOS), Effective pixels:12.35 M (Total pixels:12.71 M)

Lens FOV: 78.8° 28 mm (35 mm format equivalent) f/2.2 with distortion of < 1.5% Focus from 0.5 m to ∞

ISO Range: 100-3200 (video)
100-1600 (photo)

Shutter Speed: 8s -1/8000s

Max Image Size: 4000×3000

Video Recording Modes as Follows:

C4K: 4096×2160 24p
4K: 3840×2160 24/25/30p
2.7K: 2704×1520 24/25/30p
FHD: 1920×1080 24/25/30/48/50/60/96p
HD: 1280×720 24/25/30/48/50/60/120p

ActiveTrack Intelligent Flight Modes

The ActiveTrack flight system has 3 modes which allow tracking of an object or person from many different angles allowing for very unique aerial filming and photography shots.  The 3 ActiveTrack Modes are as follows;

  • Trace – Follow behind, in front or circle a subject as it moves
  • Profile – Fly alongside a person or object
  • Spotlight – Keep the Mavic camera trained on an object while you fly almost anywhere

 

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