Any idea on which company provides the finest drones on the planet? DJI – a.k.a. Dà-Jiāng Innovations Science and Technology Co., Ltd – has some words to utter.
The Chinese company situated in Shenzhen, Guangdong, popular for its highly acclaimed DJI Mavic Pro, is reigning the UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) sphere once again with the DJI Mavic Pro Platinum. Seemingly, this drone model is imminent for nabbing the title of “2017’s Best Drone” as it has some incredible features worth boasting.
The newest addition to the Mavic line is quite breaking the norm of loud flying droids. The DJI Mavic Pro Platinum brushes off the helter-skelter drones because it possesses the high-tech 8331 propellers which are currently the quietest blades for a drone. These propellers are 60% quieter than DJI Mavic Pro’s propellers. Plus, it also has the FOC ESC drivers for enhanced stability and smoother performance. Cruising this above the dead silent streets in the night is certainly something to look for.
Compared to the DJI Mavic Pro, the DJI Mavic Pro Platinum can take flight against consistent winds with a speed of 25kph for as long as 30 minutes including the capturing of videos and photos in C4K, 4K and 1080p display. Thanks to its LiPo 3S battery that contains a high capacity of 3830mAh.
Its remote controller has an operating frequency range of 2.4GHz to 2.483GHz which is similar to its predecessor. It also has the same battery capacity with 2970 mAh.
Talking about DJI Mavic Pro Platinum’s ascending and descending speeds, it can move upward at 5 meters per second (Sports Mode) and downward at 3 meters per second. The drone’s ceiling limit is up to 5000 meters with reference to sea level and can travel as far as 15 kilometers from its starting point.
This drone can record videos in an astounding C4K display (4096 x 2160 24p) with 78.8° 28mm f2.2 lens ― an obvious major upgrade. The photography modes contain Single Shot, Burst Shooting (3/5/7 frames), Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB) and Exposure Bias (for enhanced picture detail).
The drone’s photography control can also be manipulated via the DJI Go 4 mobile app, which is available on iOS (9.0 or later) and Android (4.1.2 or later) devices.
As the drone’s name implies, it is coated with a platinum finish and is deserving to be deemed as a platinum drone mainly due to its ultra-fine enhancements.