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DJI goes compact with folding Mavic Pro drone for the road

Consumer drones haven't been around all that long, but if there is a player in the game with some sort of pedigree, it's DJI. With a user-friendly learning curve and excellent aerial cinematography capabilities, its hugely popular line of Phantom drones became the go-to tool for many hobbyists – but they aren't so easy to lug around. Looking to bring its expertise to a more mobile market segment, DJI today released the Mavic Pro, a mobile flyer featuring a folding design, 4K camera and a suite of autonomous flight modes.
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