The DJI Mavic Air is an easy-to-fly drone that shoots great 4K video, packed into an impossibly small package.
It’s the latest — and in many ways greatest — consumer drone from DJI, the name that’s effectively become for drones what Apple and Samsung are for smartphones. The Mavic Air effectively combines the best aspects of the company’s top-end— my go-to consumer camera drone recommendation since it was introduced in October 2016 — with the portability of its more casual-focused, travel-friendly , while adding some great new capabilities to the mix, including better obstacle avoidance and an improved 4K video camera.
Starting at $799, £769 and AU$1,299, the Air is a clear step up from the Spark, but its position against the $999 Pro is more hazy. The Mavic Pro has a couple features the Air doesn’t, but the opposite is also true. Mainly, the Pro has
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