In the past couple years, you could ask a drone to be two things: good or small. But never both. The Mavic Air changes the game. In fact, I’d go so far as to say that the Mavic Air wins the game, and things will never be the same.
At just under one pound and just over six inches long, DJIs new folding drone fits comfortably in the palm of your hand. I’ve described its big sibling, the Mavic Pro, as being about the size of a hefty Italian sandwich when all folded up, but the Mavic Air is more like half a BLT. Unfolded, it’s no wider than a frisbee. That’s so small, it makes the Spark, DJI’s smallest drone, basically look stupid, since it doesn’t fold it all.
What is it?
A tiny folding drone