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Recently, DJI released two new awesome drones that command the sky, the DJI Phantom 4 Pro and the Mavic Pro. Both drones have exceptional features and excel in different aspects of performance and flight. By choosing either drone, you will not be at fault as they are both masters of the sky. Lets take a look at both drones and compare the two.

DJI Phantom 4 Pro

The Phantom 4 Pro boasts some awesome new hardware and software that make it the best ready to fly drone on the market today. The new and improved 1-inch image sensor is capable of 20MP stills, utilizing a mechanical shutter to eliminate roller shutter distortion.

Moreover, the Phantom 4 Pro’s new 5-direction obstacle sensing makes sense and avoid of obstacles that much easer. With 4 directional obstacle avoidance, you can ensure that you will be flying the skies safely without having to worry about random trees, poles, or buildings.

In addition, the Phantom has drastically improved its flight performance by making use of the upgraded Lightbridge HD video transmission. With a max transmission range of 4.3 miles, the drone ensures proper communication with you at all times to fly not only further, but also safer. Also, with the improved battery flight time of 30 minutes, you can get more time in the air to capture amazing footage. This is not a drone you want to pass up on!

DJI Mavic Pro

The Mavic Pro on the other hand has drawn major attention due to its compact size and extreme portability. Weighing roughly 1.5 pounds, it fits in all backpacks and is a perfect travel companion for the everyday adventurer.

Sporting a 3-axis stabilized 4K camera, the Mavic can shoot 12MP stills and 3ofps at 4K. This is the smallest 3-axis stabilized camera on a drone in the market today!

Like its older brother the Phantom 4 Pro, the Mavic includes forward obstacle sensing cameras to facilitate safe flight by avoiding trees and buildings. With dual remote controller mode, master and slave controllers can controller the aircraft and gimbal differently at the same time. This makes capturing aerial shots that much easier! The Mavic Pro is an exceptional drone especially considering its compact nature and size.

The verdict? If you want superior quality, go with the Phantom 4 Pro. If it’s portability and compact size you’re seeking, the Mavic.

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