DJI today introduced the DJI FPV, a new hybrid drone that claims to “redefine flying” by offering users first-person perspective, giving them the sensation of flight (on steroids, might we add) through low-latency HD goggles and combining the mobility and speed of racing drones with the ease-of-use of consumer models.
The successor to the Mavic Air is here, two years and three months after the original was launched with the traveler and outdoor enthusiast in mind.
DJI goes more compact and portable with the launch of the Mavic Mini. It’s almost like the 2017 DJI Spark, but with the Mavic line’s foldable legs, it’s easier just to slip this drone into your bag.
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Good news: DJI’s newest product, the Osmo Pocket stabilized camera, will be released in the Philippines in parallel with its availability worldwide.