Drones sure are exciting, aren’t they? For some reason, humans have always been interested in flying and experiencing the bird’s eye view. Maybe, that’s because we can not physically fly ourselves. So, we rely on technology to do the work for us.
Anyway, there is no point in going off on a tangent. Drones are an amazing piece of technology that allows you to capture beautiful moments from different perspectives. Regardless of that, whenever we talk about drones DJI is the brand that comes to mind.
That statement is not without reason. DJI offers the best quality, stability, and customer support. Here are some of the best DJI drones available in Pakistan today.
DJI Mavic Mini
The DJI Mavic mini is a very capable entry-level drone. It’s surprising how small and travel-friendly it is. You can almost put it in the palm of your hand, it is unreal. It weighs 249g which is very lightweight. DJI calls it the Everyday FlyCam. It can fly and record for up to 30 minutes.
The propellers fold out, and they are quite durable. Its small size and the light color means it doesn’t look menacing in the sky either. It’s a friendly little drone. If you’re just getting started with capturing drone footage we highly recommend this one. Oh, and it can shoot 1080p at up to 60fps or 2720 x 1530 at up to 30fps.
DJI Mavic Air 2
The DJI Mavic Air 2 is the brand’s best consumer-grade drone. It’s also the latest drone from the company. The numbers speak for themselves. It uses a ½-inch CMOS sensor to capture gorgeous 48MP photos. As for the video, it can shoot in 4K at 60fps. It even supports HDR capture. Apart from that, the 34 minute flight time is a new standard for DJI.
You can shoot 8K hyper-lapse videos and do much more with the Mavic Air 2. It is also considerably easier to fly thanks to an Advanced Pilot Assistant System (APAS 3.0). If portability matters to you, you’ll be glad to know that this drone is smaller than the professional-grade stuff DJI offers.
DJI Mavic 2 Pro
The Mavic 2 Pro has been around for a bit now. Yet, it still remains one of the most impressive consumer-level drones we’ve seen. While the Mavic Air 2 has a better value for money, enthusiasts will love the Mavic 2 Pro. It’s all about that incredible one-inch Hasselblad sensor which takes 20MP photos.
It also has a 10-bit Dlog-M color profile. In short, the colors are better, HDR is better, and even low light performance is improved. It can easily shoot at 4K in a 10-bit HDR video with no problems. The foldable design, easy to fly features, and aperture control all come together to make this a no-brainer.
DJI Mavic 2 Zoom
As you can probably guess, there is one major difference between the Mavic 2 Pro and Mavic 2 Zoom. As the name implies, the Mavic 2 Zoom has a unique optical zoom lens. We don’t see this often in the drone industry. This sensor can shoot 12MP photos. It has the usual Mavic features. It’s easy to fly, has an intuitive app, and has a foldable design.
In comparison, the Mavic 2 Pro is the better shooter when it comes to pure image quality. However, the Mavic 2 Zoom is more versatile. You can create a cool parallax effect by locking on to the foreground, thanks to that zoom lens. Both of these Mavic 2 drones are great options.
DJI Phantom 4 Pro
The Phantom 4 Pro is easily the most recognizable drone out there. It’s famous for its shape and durability, and of course, the iconic white color. The Phantom 4 Pro can film in native 4K at 60fps and the 1-inch CMOS sensor takes 20MP photos. In terms of quality, it’s a noticeable step up from the Mavic lineup.
The OcySync 2.0 transmission system provides a stable connection, and obstacle sensing works great too. The dedicated remote controller has a built-in screen inside. Apart from that Phantom 4 Pro is tough and rugged. An incredible gimbal solution means the camera is always stabilized and footage is never blurred. This is still one of the best professional drones available.
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