The Mavic Air may be similar to Spark in terms of size, however, that it is essentially where the similarity ends. New hand drones can be folded, like that of Mavic Pro, which takes portability to a whole new stage.
Weighing in at 430g, it weighs more than 300g but Sparks lighter than 743g Mavic Pro, and actually lighter than a pint of beer. Although it looks like a toy, the Mavic Air is robust and is built with great camera features.
The hidden gimbal, with a clip-on digital camera cover, adds a layer of security, making this a brilliant association trip. DJI has released Mavic Air in three colors: white, black and pink.
The Mavic Air is the first drone DJI introducing USB to transfer the C-matter content. Unfortunately, the USB port can not be used to assess the unmanned aircraft. For that, you have to carry around a proprietary charger.
Of course, it also comes with a micro SD card slot. So, in case you forgot about the cards or manipulating real quick to fill it, you can keep taking pictures with just one tap.
Another outstanding innovation that adds portability has not been easy: the new drones are redesigned. The Mavic Pro controller does not have an integrated remote screen for a flight where you can get the live video feed.