The DJI Mavic Air is an awesome new addition to the Mavic series. It’s compact size and ability to fold up make it a great companion for anyone who travels, hikes, or likes to explore. It’s lightweight for carrying, but durable for any accidental bumps or crashes; which should be near impossible to achieve as it’s so well equipped with sensors and automatic safety features. If you are looking to get your first drone, or maybe looking to downsize your current one, I would recommend the Mavic Air. Impressive in size, features, battery, camera, video, and automation. What more do you need?
Traveling with your drone can be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be! When I got my first drone, the DJI Phantom 2+, I was terrified to take it anywhere with me. I was actually terrified just to fly it, which is disappointing because you’ll miss out on a lot of great footage. To help with that, here’s a few quick tips on how to travel with your drone.
When getting into a new hobby, especially photography or film, there are a lot of new terms to learn. In order to not overwhelm you, here are a few beginner terms to help you get started. Knowing these will help you understand your drone’s settings and how to shoot higher quality content from your drone. I highly encourage you to play around with your settings to learn which weather conditions would require adjustments.
As an avid drone user, I can tell you one of the most difficult parts of planning a flight is determining where I can and can't fly. We all know the FAA has placed restrictions in certain areas, but local government or restrictions could make your flight planning difficult. Check out AirMap and why it's crucial for drone pilots.
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