Mavic Pro

A foldable 4K drone by DJI that fits in your hand

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Jeff Hill — toothbrush seller, Molr Dental Club
As a phantom 3 owner I was stoked about GoPro's Karma, loved the "all in one" package. DJI is counter punching like a seasoned pro. The size is crazy by itself and then you see the features, it's like a mini-phantom 4.
Willie Morris — Faithbox Founder, Ex-Amazon & Boeing
@uphillmma That's def what it feels like, a mini-phantom 4. I have a phantom 4, but it'll be going on eBay and replaced. Portability is my only issue with the phantom, so yeah, take my money DJI.
Stephane — Co-founder & - LA
@uphillmma What do you prefer from the Karma?
Jeff Hill — toothbrush seller, Molr Dental Club
@stephanehaddad originally I liked the idea of everything in one backpack, the removable gimble (which is still a great idea) but the Mavic outscores it across the board. The features are not even close. The subject tracking and the gestured "drone" mode show how far ahead DJI is in this space.
Ben Tossell — Community Lead, Product Hunt
Just saw the unveiling! DJI kill it with Drones...interesting to see right after the GoPro Karma launch!

Apparently the following on this is crazy good

DJI’s folding drone is smaller, pricier and better at tracking than GoPro’s offering TechCrunch
DJI Mavic Pro Drone Leaked, Totally Spoils GoPro's Month Forbes
DJI's new Mavic Pro drone folds up and fits in the palm of your hand The Verge
Chinese drone maker DJI’s new portable drone is so smart it will follow you around like a dog Recode

24 high-performance computing cores, an all-new transmission
system with a 4.3mi (7km) range, 5 vision sensors, and a 4K camera stabilized by a 3-axis mechanical gimbal,
are at your command with just a push of your thumb or a tap of your finger.
Greg 'X' Willis — Founder & Developer @ Taste Buff
@bentossell It looks like they were waiting to see what GoPro was going do.
Ben Tossell — Community Lead, Product Hunt
@greg_x_willis was only announced 8 days ago though
Greg 'X' Willis — Founder & Developer @ Taste Buff
@bentossell That's true. I was thinking they was more of a "wait and see" product announcement approach to see if they should make any adjustments to the actually product versus their competitor. Product makers will make things in parallel that are similar. Then it becomes a whose 1st too announce, then the other one would to see how the populace reacts (Xbox vs. PlayStation). Similar situation, no?
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