NEW YORK CITY — Even as the world of available public drone fly space shrinks, DJI continues to innovate, hoping to find new ways to attract drone customers and encourage them to fly — even indoors.
The small, smart, foldable Mavic Pro, which DJI unveiled on Tuesday, is the company's latest siren song to the drone curious.
It cuts away at least one layer of the complexity that might have kept the drone-shy at bay: no more attaching the propeller blades.
DJI has owned the American drone market for a while, and for a dang good reason. DJI makes fantastic drones with some of the most advanced features on the market. With a little practice anyone can fly one and pull off the kind of ph...
DJI just took the wraps off their latest drone -- the Mavic Pro. This is a reimagination of the drones they usually make. Whereas the drones from the Phantom series are usually beast-like in size, the DJI Mavic Pro can fit into a ro...
Number one drone manufacturer DJI gives USA TODAY a test drive of it's new $999 foldable 4k camera drone, the Mavic Pro.
GoPro’s new Karma drone isn’t on sale yet, but it already has a nemesis, the Mavic Pro—a new quadcopter introduced Tuesday by SZ DJI Technology, the Chinese company that has risen to dominance in the consumer drone space.