The DJI Mavic Air is an ultra compact and foldable drone that sports impressive features not normally seen in such a compact package. The Mavic Air is the latest offering from Chinese based drone company DJI, and appears to be a fusion of the Mavic Pro and the smaller gesture-controlled Spark. In terms of exterior, the Mavic Air comes equipped with four foldable legs, a 3-way gimbal, maultiple matte colorways and gesture control. All of this comes in an impressively compact package and with an squally amazing 21-minute flight time, the Mavic Air is sure to be a staple in any drone enthusiast's collection.
Internally speaking, the Mavic Air comes with a robust suite of innovations that are significant steps up from the current DJI offerings. The on-board camera is 32-megapixels and is capable of shooting in 4K video, and comes with a panorama mode. The Mavic Air is also outfitted with Obstcle-avoidance sensors and a Visual Positioning System, both of which make piloting this piece of tech a breeze. The Mavic Air is a welcome addition to the drone market and positions itself somewhere inbetween the Mavic Pro and the Spark. Borrowing features from both, it manages to achieve an incredible assortment of features in a compact and portable build.